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Published in : 2019-04-30 | by Smithsonian Education
The elements that make up nearly all that you are and can see first came from the explosion of a massive star. Step inside one such explosion and explore the ...
Published in : 2015-03-12 | by Smithsonian Education
Much of the light emitted by dim stars, nebulae, and galaxies is invisible to the naked eye. Watch as Joe DePasquale, Science Imager at the ...
Published in : 2014-03-13 | by Smithsonian Education
This session examines how to prepare our youth for an increasingly interdependent world. Specifically, we will explore what it means to be a globally competent ...
Published in : 2014-03-26 | by Smithsonian Education
The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA) hosted "Digital Directions in Learning", an online discussion series with leaders and ...
Published in : 2014-03-13 | by Smithsonian Education
Phil Sadler of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory shows how to bring the cosmos down to size by using the processes of any scientific investigation: ...
Published in : 2009-03-17 | by Smithsonian Education
Robert Bain, Associate Professor of History and Social Science Education, and Faculty Affiliate and Steering Committee member of the Museum Studies ...
Published in : 2014-03-10 | by Smithsonian Education
Through a selection of images of nationally important Lincoln artifacts, participants will explore the life and times of this extraordinary figure. Each object will ...
Published in : 2014-04-30 | by Smithsonian Education
The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA) hosted "Digital Directions in Learning", an online discussion series with leaders and ...
Published in : 2014-03-13 | by Smithsonian Education
When President Eisenhower hosted Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev at Camp David in 1959, negotiations had come to an impasse. Eisenhower decided that ...
Published in : 2015-02-24 | by Smithsonian Education
Free Registration Required: http://smithsonianscientificargumentation.eventbrite.com Use Smithsonian and other published resources to help students judge the ...