Issue 12 - Summer 2012 Downloadable Resources|
Sun Fun - Actively Observing The Active Sun
Is There A Chance of Storm Today?
A Unique Course In A Most Urban Environment
A Proposal for A Daytime Astronomy Course In The US
Viewing The Sun With Radio Eyes
Lessons Learned From A Ring of Fire
Finding Astronomically Nutritious News Stories
The Transit of Venus Determines the Astronomical Unit
- Astronomy Planning Calendar - Summer
- Photons Focused On: - Astronomy in Mexican Cityscapes (The Celestial Streets of Mexico City,
A Universe On A Library's Walls)
- My Views of the Classroom Universe (Editor's Column) - What a Spring! Time for some Sun!
|Issue 11 - Spring 2012 Downloadable Resources|
What Can You Teach With A Ring of Fire?
After The Transit-of-Venus Party is Over
A Transit of Mercury Lab
From Generation to Generation - Measuring Double Stars
Model Solar Systems - More Than A Walk In the Park
Oh, Nooo! What's That Thing In The Box??? Overcoming Telephobia.
My Views of the Classroom Universe (Editor's Column) - The Year of Stellar Astronomy
- Astronomy Planning Calendar - Spring
- Astronomical Teachniques - Using APOD to Find Out What Interests Introductory Astronomy Student
- Would You Like a Homemade Dome With That Toy Planetarium?
|Issue 10 - Winter 2011-2 Downloadable Resources |
Discovering Astronomy Through Poetry
Sketching The Moon and Galaxies
Taking Spreadsheets from Dull to Dynamic With Animation
Which Toy Universe Would a Teacher Want for the Holidays?
Simulations on your Online Course Pages with HTML5
- Astronomy Planning Calendar - Winter
- Photons Focused On - The Moon in Everyday Life
- Teacher's Challenge - This Issue's Puzzling Terms - Puzzle on planetary configuration and Light terms
- Astronomical Teachniques - The Planets Rule
- My Views of the Classroom Universe (Editor's Column) - The Arts in the Science
Issue 9 - Fall 2011 Downloadable Resources
The Lunar Parallax and December's International Measure The Moon Night
Archimedes Updated - Give Me a Satellite and I'll Measure Earth's Mass!
Using Galileoscopes to Duplicate Galileo's Solar Observations
Space for Math - Finding Exoplanets
Star Motions with Sky Simulators
Solar System Ballet, or Chaos Can Be Fun
- Astronomy Planning Calendar - Fall
- The RAP Sheet - Research Abstracts for Practitioners -
- Pupils Produce Their Own Narratives Inspired by the
History of Science: Animation Movies Concern the Geocentric-Heliocentric Debate
- Astronomical Teachniques - Education Designed Universally
- My Views of the Classroom Universe (Editor's Column) - Toe Dipping in the Online Pool