OCTOBER 13, 2017: Eclipses as Heavenly Laboratories: Launching Revolutions in General Relativity and Exoplanets
[ PLEASE NOTE: The e-week announcement about this event had the incorrect date. The correct date for this talk is Friday, October 13, 2017. We apologize for any confusion. ]
Join Jana Sebestik, Assistant Director of STEM Curriculum Design, for a unique MSTE Friday Lunch experience - a hands-on workshop!
How do solar powered path lights work? Let's look inside! Use the components to do something else. Create a night light or power a toy car...
Bring your imagination. We'll provide supplies.
This presentation will provide an overview of the NSF-funded research on integrated K-8 computer science (CS) instruction for academically diverse learners, including those with disabilities.
Due to a last minute emergency, this talk was cancelled and has been resceduled for Friday, October 13th, 2017.
May Berenbaum, Professor and Department Head of the University of Illinois Department of Entomology, will discuss how science fiction films can be used in the classroom to teach science through bad examples.