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Welcome to 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendyl Morris   
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 08:54

NASATalk Team Contributes to Special Issue on Virtual Learning Communities

Wheeling Jesuit University Center for Educational TechnologiesNASATalkThe NASATalk team recently published A Logical Approach to Supporting Professional Learning Communities as one of 11 articles featured in Creating, Supporting, Sustaining, and Evaluating Virtual Learning Communities: A Special Issue of Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal. This special issue of Knowledge Management & E-Learning examines the role of emerging technologies and virtual learning communities (VLCs). 

The special issue includes an A NASA-sponsored projecteditorial comment that overviews the journal and how the articles characterize four major themes. As Xun Ge, guest editor of the special issue explains, “It is truly interesting and exciting to see such a collection with a wide range of topics and from a group of authors with diverse background and disciplines practicing and researching virtual learning communities.”  Read more...


Resources from NSTA for Science Educators

2012 has arrived and the NSTA Express Newsletter looks at some current events and news to open the new year. Read More…

NSTA Offers a Reader's Guide to the Framework for K–12 Science EducationNSTA_ReadersGuide

The National Science Teachers Association has released The NSTA Reader’s Guide to A Framework for K–12 Science Education, and you can download it now for free! A Framework for K–12 Science Education provides a broad set of learning expectations for students as they study science and engineering throughout the K–12 years. Released by the National Research Council (NRC) in July, the Framework guides the writers of the forthcoming Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS); will influence curriculum, assessment, and teacher professional development decisions for years to come; and ultimately will help inspire new generations of science and engineering professionals and scientifically literate citizens. Read More…

Moonbuggy Race for High School and College Engineers MoonbuggyRace

For those of you wondering what your next robotics or engineering project might be, check out the NASA Great Moonbuggy Race. The race be held April 13-14, 2012, in Huntsville, AL, at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Read More…

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 January 2012 17:42