Issue 1 of The Classroom Astronomer Magazine, Fall 2009

Issue 1 of The Classroom Astronomer Magazine, Fall 2009
The very first issue of The Classroom Astronomer Magazine, only PDF. What if Ptolemy and Copernicus Played Ping Pong? * Researching Historical Astronomy in the Classroom * The International Astronomy Olympiad, A Commentary and Call for Participants * Arizona, Where "I Can't See The Big Dipper" is Heard * Teachable Moment: Jupiter, A Comet and Jupiter's Not-So-Mighty Winds * Teachers Challenge - Moon Phases * Astronomical Teach-niques - Science in Everyday Life - A Classifying/Coding Exercise; Should That Be A Straight Line or A Curve?; Usng Iridium Flashes to Show Systematic and Random Errors; What Causes Light Pollution? * The RAP Sheet - Research Abstracts for Practitioners -- Gravitating Toward Science; A Cross-age Study of Children's Knowledge of Apparent Celestial Motion; The Relationship between Students' Views of the Nature of Science and their Views of the Nature of Scientific Measurement; Understanding of Earth and Space Science Concepts: Strategies for Concept-Building in Elementary Teacher Preparation * Sky Planning Calendar * Alternative Universes - Houghton Mifflin Science Grade 4 * My Classroom Universe (Editor's Column) - Why This Magazine?

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