[amsat-bb] Re: In School ARSSat Demos / lessons
clintbrad4d at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 20 13:48:32 PST 2011
Doesn't anyone on the board of AMSAT talk to anyone at ARISS?
When submitting an application for an ARISS contact recently, curriculum was established for our students. It was part of the application process ... Which means there are literally HUNDREDS of classroom projects/topics in the ARISS "archives!"
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On Nov 20, 2011, at 13:24, "Gould Smith" <gouldsmi at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> That is good to hear Clint.
> What we need is exactly what EMike requested:
>> With ARISSat-1's main mission being Educational I would like to hear about people's experiences with
>> schools in using ARISSat-1 as a teaching tool, in class demonstration, data collection, etc.
>> I am especially interested in hearing from educators, but anybody's experience is welcome.
> Gould, WA4SXM
> -----Original Message----- From: Clint Bradford
> Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2011 5:39 PM
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> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: In School ARSSat Demos / lessons
>>> ... With ARISSat-1's main mission being Educational I would like to hear about people's experiences with schools in using ARISSat-1 as a teaching tool ...
> What do you need? Classroom lessons abound for all aspects of amateur radio as it applies to the satellites - from elementary school to college classrooms.
> Each ARISS contact has a lot of work "behind the scenes" at the campuses. There are phenomenal teachers and school administrations who really get
> behinds their ARISS projects.
> Be a little more specific with what you need - and I can either assist you, or point you towards excellent resources.
> Clint Bradford, K6LCS
> NASA / ARISS school technical support
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