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Webinar on Teaching the Solar Eclipse

by MnSTA, posted on 11:01 AM, April 13, 2017
FREE resources produced by WGBH and available on PBS LearningMedia™ to help you and your students prepare for this momentous event

Webinar: TEACH THE SOLAR ECLIPSE

Ideas and Resources 

Wednesday, April 19th at 7pm ET
Free for educators. Register HERE  

The 2017 Solar Eclipse will be here August 21st. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the continental United States in 38 years.

Please join us for a conversation with NASA scientist Alex Young and WGBH/PBS LearningMedia STEM Lead Rachel Connolly, as they discuss the eclipse and (FREE) resources produced by WGBH and available on PBS LearningMedia to help you and your students prepare for this momentous event.

Whether you are in or out of the path of totality, in school or not, we have tips, activities and resources to make the eclipse a meaningful learning experience for you and your students.

We will be recording and the on-demand webinar will be available shortly after our live presentation. REGISTER NOW, space is limited

What is PBS LearningMedia™?

PBS LearningMedia is PBS's FREE service for PreK-12 educators, providing media-rich online learning resources across all subjects. Sign up here. (Free and easy.) 

  

New to webinars?  
This is your perfect opportunity to try out a virtual gathering of colleagues, eager to learn and share. Detailed instructions will be sent after you register, but feel free to contact your host, carolyn_jacobs@wgbh.org with questions. 


Click here for more information and to register. Don't delay - registration is limited. 

*This activity is funded by NASA under cooperative agreement award No. NNX16AD71A.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.