Astrobiology (general)

NAI Teams and Partners Offer Summer Workshops for Educators in Astrobiology

By Keith Cowing
March 3, 2007

From Hawai’i to Massachusetts, workshops offering hands-on, in-the-field, in-the-lab experiences for teachers are being held this summer by NAI teams and others. The workshops feature cutting edge astrobiology research delivered by scientists and education professionals, as well as inquiry- and standards-based activities ready for the classroom. Many offer stipends and/or education credits. Click here for offerings from NAI’s Teams at MBL, Penn State, University of Hawai’i, and the SETI Institute, as well as the Lunar and Planetary Institute. [source: NAI Newsletter]

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