in the Classroom 2004
Cosmos in the Classroom 2004: A Hands-on Symposium on Teaching Introductory Astronomy took place on July 16 - 18, 2004 on the campus of Tufts University.
About 200 instructors from around the country met for panels, workshops, poster sessions, and discussion about how to present astronomy more effectively for non-science majors. The meeting program is still available for your review.
We are pleased to announce the publication of:
in the Classroom 2004: A Hands-on Symposium on Teaching Introductory
Papers, Handouts, and Resource Guides from a National Meeting.
Edited by Andrew Fraknoi (Foothill Coll) & William Waller (Tufts Univ)
These meeting handouts and poster papers, as well as several extensive resource guides have been collected together in a 3-hole-punched loose-leaf formatted book. The 390-page volume contains 68 contributions separated into 8 categories including:
New Technology and the Astronomy Classroom,
Going Beyond the Lecture: New Ways of Teaching, and
Laboratory and Observing Experiences for Non-Science Majors.
here for a full Table of Contents.
Order online today at the ASP's AstroShop.