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Agenda for Tuesday March 20, 2012


8 am

Class Starts promptly.

Dr. Hair introduces cosmology, the big bang, the expansion of the universe, and other cosmology topics, including possible areas of research.

9:30 am

Students pick topics to research and explore them in books and on-line.

11:30 am

Check-in with teacher on research results



12:30 pm

Dessert and informal discussion with guest speaker, Prof. Caldwell

1:00 pm

Guest speaker presentation

Prof. Robert Caldwell


2 pm

Question and answer session with speaker

3 pm

Students and teachers head home with exciting new knowledge


Introductory Presentation

Cosmology Power Point Presentation


Student Pages

Student research results are described on the following pages

Quasars 2012

The Four Forces 2012

Black Holes 2012

Higgs Boson 2012

The Shape of Universe 2012

Gluons 2012

Time Travel 2012

Graviton 2012

Blazars 2012

Relativity (Special and General) 2012

String Theory 2012

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field 2012

Unbalancing of matter and antimatter 2012


Sources and Links

World Book at NASA

"World Book Encyclopedia and NASA are working together to provide World Book content to NASA Internet visitors."



Imagine the Universe at NASA

"This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe."



Universe Forum by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

"The Universe Forum is the national center for teaching and learning about the structure and evolution of the universe."



Cosmos in a Computer

"Part of a Multimedia Online Expo, 'Science for the Millennium,' a product of the Education and Outreach Group at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)."



The Universe Adventure

"The Universe Adventure provides a variety of supplementary resources to bring cosmology into the classroom." Produced by Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory



HyperPhysics: Astrophysics

"an exploration environment for concepts in physics which employs concept maps and other linking strategies to facilitate smooth navigation."



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