AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 132. Astronomy in the K-12 Classroom

Oral, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, 2:00-3:30pm, Pacific Salon 1

132.01 Building an Astronomy Community to Sustain Research in the Classroom
S. K. Croft, S. M. Pompea, C. E. Walker (NOAO), NOAO Education Outreach Team
132.02 Distance Learning as a Successful Means to Enable Research in the Classroom
C. E. Walker, S. M. Pompea, S. K. Croft (), NOAO Education Outreach Team
132.03 Overview of the Space Science Education and Public Outreach Program at NASA
L. P. Cooper, A. Krishnamurthi (NASA Headquarters)
132.04 Interactive Teaching as a Recruitment and Training Tool for K-12 Science Teachers
J. L. Rosenberg (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
132.05 Astronomy Education for Pre-Service Teachers
W. H. Waller, R. Pertaub (Tufts University and NASA/NESSIE), L. Ruberg, S. Jones (Wheeling Jesuit University and NASA/MARSSB)
132.06 Strategies for Astronomers in the Preparation of Pre-Service Elementary and Secondary Teachers
G. R. Schultz (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
132.07 Exploring Ways to Help Preservice Teachers Meet Science Education Challenges
L. F. Ruberg (Mid-Atlantic Region Space Science Broker), S. Shipp (Lunar Planetary Institute), D. A. Smith (Space Telescope Science Institute), Space Science Preservice Educators Working Group Collaboration
132.08 Kinesthetic Astronomy: Significant Upgrades to the Sky Time Lesson that Support Student Learning
C.A. Morrow, M. Zawaski (Space Science Institute)
132.09 The Community-based Organizations Working Group of the Space Science Education Support Network
J. H. Lutz (University of Washington), L. L. Lowes, S. Asplund (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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