Tag Archives: scientific method

Presenting at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

An Exemplary Teacher I have been blessed by learning from some of the best teachers in Utah, both as a student and as a colleague. The best teacher of all was J. Fay Jacobsen, a science and math teacher at … Continue reading

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A Poster at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

As our school-wide Mars Exploration project got underway at American Academy of Innovation, I wanted to give the team leaders an opportunity to share what they were doing with a larger audience and meet the people who are actually planning … Continue reading

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NITARP Days 5-6: What We’ve Learned

  For our final day at Caltech for the NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program (NITARP) we drew conclusions from our research and evaluated how much we’ve learned from the process. Our main goal, besides learning how to use the IPAC … Continue reading

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Mastering the Dark Arts: BYU-RET Week 2

With my prospectus completed and approved, I was ready to begin my actual research project at Brigham Young University. I am here on a Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) program funded through the National Science Foundation (Grant # PHY1157078). I’m … Continue reading

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