These free, interactive, TV-style webcast programs will introduce your middle school students to core science concepts through the lens of Smithsonian research and experts, providing students with positive STEM role models and a connection to science in their lives.
The shows air live twice each day, and provide opportunities for your students to interact via live polls and Q&A with the scientist.
Press Save to send invites to the new Panelists entered. They will see the active speaker view of the meeting and the screen share of the meeting if the screen is being shared. Attendees are invited to register for the event, given questions chosen by the organizer.
Once registered, they will receive an email notification with a unique join link.
Supplement each live chat by watching the video of the featured scientist and using the available teaching resources before and after the chat.
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Explore the topics in the schedule by watching a webcast and using the classroom activities, lessons, readings, and other teaching resources that support each webcast program.
These free, interactive, text-based web chats feature scientists who have previously appeared on a live webcast. The chats take place twice each day, and allow students to have direct conversations via text with scientists about their career pathways and research at the Museum.
Marion also addressed the service’s big data challenges, and how the cloud will play a key role.
Additionally, he discussed technology innovation through public-private partnerships, ensuring the civilian workforce has the necessary skillsets and how the Air Force is transforming its cyber workforce.
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