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The Classroom Astronomer Newsletter - Inbox Magazine
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A 30 Issues per year Inbox Magazine, emailed straight to your Inbox, covering many
of the same topics as the magazine, starting May 2021. The newsletter
Articles on useful educational software and other areas of interest,
Astronomical Teachniques, tips and methods to teach specific topics,
Services and other items that connect teachers and students to sky events and objects (Connections to the Sky),
and the RAP Sheet--items found in scholarly research that you can use now.
Designed for use for all levels of astronomy educators, including
the pandemically virtual home teachers and home schoolers, and anyone
who wants more than just a "Wow, what's up in the sky?" news briefing.
Other columns and articles have or will include, for example, a
column on the
astronomy in the Next Generation Science Standards and remote
observatories you can use for personal or class observations. Many
from the most recent astronomy and astronomy education world
The Galactic Times Newsletter - Inbox Magazine
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A twice-monthly Inbox Magazine on astronomy that covers Sky News,
Events, and Astronomy in Everyday Life, from May 2021, and that:
brings the most interesting news stories (This Just In) which connect to the current night sky
a textual and visual two-week Sky Planning Calendar,
with Moon-Gazing using the Moon's wanderings to find the planets and other objects,
Observing-- Plan-et notes on the planets and events, our anti-horoscope musings in Border Crossings, and For the Future helping you plan for events coming soon, and more.
Other articles include quirky findings of Astronomy in Everyday Life, and articles on other facets of the Universe.
Many stories come from the latest news in world astronomy conferences
and professional journals.
The Classroom Astronomer Magazine was
a quarterly PDF publication designed
as a practitioner
journal for classroom
teachers of astronomy.
While centered at the
high school level, it
also provided tips,
articles for teachers
of grades K-8 and
"Astro 101" courses, and others.
The magazine's mission was to
increase the amount of
astronomy in the
school systems and
improve the skills of
was published from 2009 until 2015. You can go to the legacy
website for some free articles, for all Tables of Contents, for a
detailed index of all relevant articles arranged by subject area and
educational level. Start at www.classroomastronomer.com/currentindex.html .
All 23 issues are available for purchase in PDF format in the Hermograph Store.