Human Body: Space Adaptationss
This web seminar took place on January 16, 2013, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern
Time. The presenter was Jordan Snyder, NASA Explorer
Schools Education Specialist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In this program,
Mr. Snyder talked about a series of integrated activities that investigate the impacts
of spaceflight on the human body.
The PowerPoint, related resources from the NSTA Learning Center, and web links from
the presentation are now contained in the above resource collection. Clicking on
the collection link will place it in your Learning Center, My Library,
neatly organized under the My Resource Collections tab.
This was the first presentation of Human Body: Space Adaptations for the 2012–13
school year. In this seminar Mr. Snyder discussed the effects of microgravity on
astronauts’ bodies. He shared detailed strategies for implementing three lessons
targeted toward elementary and middle school students: O2…How Much?, Bag of Bones,
and Get a Leg Up. Participants learned about required materials, procedures, data
collection methods, and extensions. They also found out how to access a wealth of
online resources related to the lessons, including videos and the educator guide.
Seminar participants received an NSTA SciGuide. A certificate of attendance
was deposited into participants' My PD Record and Certificates area in
the NSTA Learning Center for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.
Here are some comments provided by the participants at the end of the Web Seminar:
- “I enjoyed the easy flow of dialogue and I am excited to do some of the experiments
with my students!!”
- “Superb resources!”
- “I thought this really used the interactive features well. The chat conversations
about the lessons were helpful to know some of the issues that might come up.”
Thanks to the participants and the presenter for the learning opportunity, the interactions,
and a job well done!
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