Webinar: Facilitating three-dimensional learning with curricular materials from InTeGrate

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Webinar: Facilitating three-dimensional learning with curricular materials from InTeGrate

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Last call to vote for your NESTA leadership!

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Earth Science Week

Earth Science Week

Various activities planned for each day. Check out the website for ideas for you to take part in at your school.

National Fossil Day at MSU

Activities Include:

Michigan fossil dig & sift
Junior Paleontologist hunt
Fossil molds to make and take
Face painting
"Ask the Expert": a paleontologist will be on hand to answer your fossil questions and to identify specimens
Fossil puzzle station
Fossil ID competition with prizes
MESTA Rock Shop

NESTA Election 2018 Special Alert

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NESTA Election 2018 Special Alert

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Lunar Eclipse #2

Lunar eclipse visible in much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, Africa, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica.

Partial Solar Eclipse #3

Partial solar eclipse will start out over the North Atlantic Ocean and Greenland, moving north and east so that the shadow simultaneously moves toward Iceland, northern Europe and the northern polar regions. Continuing its path over the top of the planet, the shadow will be wide enough to cover most of northern Russia from east to west. It will then dip down into Mongolia, China and surrounding areas.


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