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Inspiring Science Education Academy

 

Inspiring Science Education Academy offers the following courses, please visit and learn more about how to how to plan activities for your students, such as the Eratosthenes Experiment.

- Ark of Inquiry: Creating future responsible citizens through inquiry learning
- Discover the COSMOS: From Telescopes to Accelerators
- Stories of Tomorrow: Students’ Visions on the Future of Space Exploration
- Let's Go STEM

 


INSPIRING SCIENCE EDUCATION

 

Inspiring Science Education is the initiative that promotes activities such as Eratosthenes Experiment. Visit the website and follow as on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated for future events.

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Ark of Inquiry

 

"Ark of Inquiry: Inquiry Awards for Youth over Europe“ is a project on teacher training, oriented towards raising science awareness, particularly that of youth aged 7 to 18, to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). You can find more information about our project on the project overview page
Feel free to explore the site and find out what treasures lie hidden inside the Ark!  Join the Ark of Inquiry project community!

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COSMOS: THE ERATOSTHENES EXPERIMENT EXPLAINED BY CARL SAGAN

 

Carl Sagan - Cosmos - Eratosthenes

 

 

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IBM:  "Eratosthenes"

 

Excerpt from the IBM film "Mathematics Peepshow"

 

 

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MIT K12 videos: Using geometry to measure the circumference of the Earth

 

Using geometry to measure the circumference of the Earth.

 

 

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NASA Connect Channel: A segment explaining questions about Eratosthenes, the Earth's circumference, parallel lines, angle relationships, and a transversal

 

NASA Connect Segment explaining questions about Erastothenes, the Earth's circumference, parallel lines, angle relationships, and a transversal.

 

 

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TED-Ed lessons, Adam Savage: How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries

 

Adam Savage walks through two spectacular examples of profound scientific discoveries that came from simple, creative methods anyone could have followed -- Eratosthenes' calculation of the Earth's circumference around 200 BC and Hippolyte Fizeau's measurement of the speed of light in 1849.

 

 

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BGenerous, The World is Round/Size of the Earth: Computer-animated segments

 

Here are a couple of computer-animated segments I made. They were to be part of RabidApe's Big Bang project.

 

 

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Εratosthenes ON MATH FORUM NEWSLETTER

 

The Math Forum newsletter serves as a gateway to the Net providing information about math resources and key issues in math education.

 

 

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Measure the size of the Earth before you go on vacation

 

Measure the size of the Earth before you go on vacation (content and videos in spanish).

 

 

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The Eratosthenes Experiment 2017 is organised with support from the European Commission in the context of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). This Website reflects only the views of the Ark of Inquiry consortium members, the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

 

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