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The Classroom Astronomer is
a quarterly print, PDF and App
as a practitioner
journal for classroom
teachers of astronomy.
While centered at the
high school level, it
also provides tips,
articles for teachers
of grades K-8 and
"Astro 101" courses.
Our mission is to
increase the amount of
astronomy in the
school systems and
improve the skills of
Back issues, single issues and annual subscriptions are available.
Journal and Review of Astronomy Education and Outreach (JRAEO) is a new (Spring 2014, three times per year, scholarly online journal on astronomy education and it is
accepting submissions now. JRAEO intends to publish peer
review research articles (Section A) and non-peer (Section B) articles
that are news of the field, pertinent stories, research notes that are
not yet peer-ready (“Field Observations”) and commentary
(“Hypothesizing”). JRAEO will be a subscription-based publication following the publishing of Issue 1 this spring.
That Tells Time!
your Rolex. This timepiece is solar powered!
TWO Dials, for Standard
Time and for Daylight
for adjusting for the
month and variable
position of the sun.
- Useful for
- Comes in
adult S, M, L, and XL.
Design on Sunny Yellow 100%
Cotton, Pre-Shrunk T-Shirt
viewer designed by an
astronomy teacher for ease
in seeing and identifying
element and molecular
spectra from gas
tubes. Easier to use than hand spectroscopes, speedy comparison,
less eye strain or aiming difficulties, easy to carry around.
"...puts basic spectroscopy in the hands of the
masses at an affordable price." - Mike Marks, Edutarium, MA
"After using these,
my students didn't want to use hand spectroscopes. These were easier to use!" -
D. Franklin, Mercer University Atlanta, GA
Is your campus, school, or
two-sided Lighting Viewer is for studying
local area lighting for cost and energy efficiencies, and
light pollution. Useful for physics,
astronomy and environmental
science courses, teachers or
NEW! Version 2.0! Now with more realistic representations of street light spectra and improved color printing!
"...great tools for raising awareness of just how
much energy your local lighting consumes as well as for education in or out of
the classroom." - International Dark Sky Association E-Newsletter, August
good way of integrating engineering and the Next Generation Science
Standards into your class activities" - Jim Nelson, FL AAPT Section
| The TCA CD!
CLOSEOUT SALE--$12.00, while supplies last! The first three yearly volumes on The
collected on a CD,
searchable, indexed, every
article and every page. A
supplemental CD with Volume 4 is also available for an additional $20.
|Where is the United Federation of Planets?
A two-sided mini-poster charting the 43 real objects mentioned in the entire collection of Star Trek
series and movies. On one side are the objects plotted on
galactic scales, indeed, using the list of objects is a good educational
assignment! On the obverse is a chart showing where all the objects
are in Earthly skies. Sprinkle your sky talks with Star Trek
interest by pointing out Spock's homeworld
and the stars nearest the borders of the Romulans, Klingons, and
Andorians! Which stars are also known to have exoplanets are listed as
well as their Star Trek lore.
Based on an article from TCA Issue 18 (article included!) and excerpted
from Hermograph's forthcoming book, Federation Space!
$7.99, folded, with article.
The Sky Teacher: Collections of the Best Classroom Astronomer Articles
- Anthologies on various astronomy topics for teachers
Federation Space - The Real Worlds of Star Trek
To Teach The Stars - How to Start, Operate and Defend Astronomy Courses in High Schools