A Teacher’s Quick and Dirty Guide to Cosmos

For the past two summers, I have had the privilege to work with an amazing collection of teachers as a part of the MSU-Wipro STEM & Leadership Teaching Fellowship. One of my favorite aspects of spending my summer as an MSUrbanSTEM instructor is seeing the amazing artifacts that can be created in such a short amount of time by this world class collection of educators. This year, the fellows read Cosmos by Carl Sagan in preparation for our summer session.  Over the course of only a few days, and intermingled with a myriad of other tasks and assignment, the fellows crafted this amazing resource for other educators – A Teacher’s Quick and Dirty Guide to Cosmos.

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