Zero gravity an attractive teaching environment

06/28/2006 | eSchool News (free registration)

Teachers angling to get their students interested in science are taking advantage of a unique program that enables them to design and conduct science experiments in a zero-gravity environment. The Weightless Flights of Discovery program, which has attracted 240 teachers from all 50 states and at least 15 countries, teaches educators how to relate zero-gravity experiments to science, engineering, technology, and mathematics curriculum development.

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