Tag: Space

Pluto and Charon – endless opportunities for numeracy and literacy

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With more and more data and amazing images arriving from New Horizons every day, there has never been a better time to look at the two body system Pluto-Charon and embed engaging literacy and numeracy opportunities in your science lessons

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Space to engage – #asechat summary 25/05/15

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It was again a pleasure to moderate #asechat this evening and, as usual, the collection of ideas and resources suggested by the educators who took part were really good and useful! I have created a Twitter Collection that summarises the

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Skimming and scanning with Rosetta

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You must have heard something in the news about the Rosetta probe and its chase of Comet 67P. News items like this one offer tremendous opportunities to develop a number of skills, but in this post I want to focus

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Impact Calculator – A great simulator

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I was at TeachMeet Cardiff last night and among other great presentations Paul Roche showed a great simulator he developed with his team called Impact Calculator. What does it do? Well, as the name suggests Impact Calculator works out various parameter from the

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