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EEAB Wiki Welcome
EEAB Wiki Purpose
Working as a Team
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Team Wiki Tips
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Sample Hurricane Project
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EXPEDITION EARTH AND BEYOND (EEAB) Wiki Welcome
Expedition Earth and Beyond is a NASA program, facilitated out of the
Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Directorate
at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Involved classrooms have the opportunity to:
Use our Launchpad Activities to get used to using NASA data and astronaut imagery in the classroom. These activities can help spark an interest in a feature to investigate.
Conduct a research investigation about Earth and/or planetary body comparisons.
Publish team research on an EEAB Team Wiki.
Interact with scientists.
Submit a request to have an image(s) acquired by astronauts on board the International Space Station (ISS).
Share and present research to scientists and other students.
This wiki is specifically designed for students teams wanting to conduct their own research investigation AND also those who wish to publish their work on their own EEAB Team Wiki. The wiki menu on the left provides links to pages of information you may find useful. There are 4 general sections of the wiki:
EEAB GENERAL INFO:
General information about EEAB and publishing your work on your own Team Wiki.
Resources that may help teams as they conduct research and/or publish information on their Team Wiki
Forms for TEACHERS only to get on our email distribution list, request to have a Team Wiki set up, or to register for Webinar events.
: Links to team research pages and a Teacher Wiki (for teachers only!)
Students participating in Expedition Earth and Beyond.
The EEAB NASA Team -- including NASA and University science experts -- look forward to seeing what student teams are investigating in the classroom....and look forward to potentially being YOUR team's mentor!
For more information on Expedition Earth and Beyond go to our NASA Website:
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