A Teacher Guide and Activities for Teaching and Learning about the Moon
by Rosemary A. Millham
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Whether you are simply curious about our mysterious neighbor—the Moon—or a teacher looking for ways to teach concepts about the Moon without misconceptions, Everything Moon
is the non-technical, comprehensive guide you are seeking. From theories on the origin of the Moon, to phases, tides, eclipses, geology, past, current, and future missions, to the Apollo Program, Everything Moon
guides you through the science and history you need to understand the Moon and includes creative, engaging investigations to develop important concepts.
Written with teachers and students in mind, Everything Moon is a book for anyone who has ever asked themselves questions about our view of the Moon: what causes the same face of the Moon to face Earth every day; is there really a dark side of the Moon; what causes eclipses, tides and phases? With clear explanations, images, activities, and examples, Everything Moon will not only answer your questions about the Moon, but will spark a lively interest in all things lunar.
About The Author
Rosemary Millham is an Assistant Professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz and NASA curriculum writer and Co-Investigator of NASA Climate Day. She has 29 years of experience in education: sixteen years in P-12 classrooms, twelve as an education specialist, science writer, curriculum developer, state liaison, Earth Science lead, and research scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and 5 years at the university level as science coordinator and professor of science in the Secondary Education department.