Re: Altimiter simulation

From: Ginny Dexter <>
Subject: Re: Altimiter simulation
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 1996 14:55:50 -0600 (CST)

Yes, great lithos. I made group sets and liminated them so that we could 
mark on them and use them without worry. They have been a wonderful 
teaching tool! Gin

On Tue, 10 Dec 1996 wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> Just a short note to let everyone know that we're going to do the altimeter
> simulation (the activity with the shoeboxes) today.  I'm going to snap a few
> black-and-white photos of the kids at work on their Martian landscape.  I
> might even make a mini-movie of them at work (AVI format).
> We're also going to discuss the simulation coming up on December 18.  We
> have to start the classroom makeover today, too.  Posters go up today, and I
> need to move a portable sink into the simulator.
> Over the course of the past few weeks, we have been working on activities in
> the JPL "Mars Exploration" booklet and the PTK "Live From Mars" booklet.  I
> just haven't taken the time to announce to members of this list what we've
> been doing.  
> Remember the BIG lithos of the Martian surface we were given?  Well,  those
> lithos sure came in handy when we analyzed photos of the surface of Mars to
> identify interesting features worthy of study.
> Regards,
> Chris
>               (oo)
> ---oOOo-(_)-oOOo---
> Chris Rowan                   
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> "I'm not much for sports.  I get a headache
> putting my socks on."        Michael Caine

Ginny Dexter