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Cloudy Day Workshops at the 2010 NSTA Regional Conferences

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  • Saturday, Oct. 30 in Kansas City

Windows to the Universe staff presented a workshop titled "Cloudy Day: Activities Bridging Cloud Science, Literacy, and Art" at the NSTA Regional Conferences in Kansas City during the fall of 2010. The main elements of this workshop were:

  1. a series of hands-on activities related to cloud science and the arts, and
  2. a presentation about cloud science.

This page provides links to write-ups of the hands-on activities and links to the Power Point presentation displayed during the workshop.

List of Hands-on Activities

Write-ups of the hands-on activities conducted at the workshop can be found at the links below:

List of PowerPoint Presentations

Additional Resources

The Cloud section of Windows to the Universe

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National Center for Atmospheric Research

Last modified November 23, 2010 by Becca Hatheway.

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