Embedded Teeacher Wksp 2022-23 LEO Art Challenge Workshop ICE 2019: Satellite Tracking, Orbits, and Modeling SEEC 2019: Satellite Tracking, Orbits, and Modeling Workshop:ITEC Trek-a-Sat Workshop: 2018-01-27 Yerkes Workshop: 2017-10-28 Carthage-Yerkes Electrostatics in Space Workshop: 2017-06-29-BTCI-Life in Space! Workshop: 2017-03-11 Yerkes Workshop: 2017-02-07 SEEC Workshop: 2017-01-28 Yerkes Tools You Might Use Educational Learning Standards Documentation
The LEO Art Challenge is offered by the National Space Society to ages 10 - 18 and has been presented in teacher workshops to several different venues.
The Challenge offers opportunities to display original work in the form of a zine, postcard or lithograph. The National Space Society prides itself in interdisciplinary opportunities for student learning and expressing!.
Application: STEAM: Science, Technology, the Arts and Math
Classroom age appropriate: 10 - 18 Classroom Time: 60 - 90 minutes (can be segmented)
Presenters: Lynne Zielinski, Frances Dellutri
The information presented in this workshop will help you guide students in submitting THEIR zines to the
LEO Art Challenge:
Topics: Low Earth Orbit, LEO, satellites, space debris, astronauts, International Space Station, orbits, gravity, momentum.
- Collaborate, cooperate, and create a ‘zine’ that describes one of the phenomena and/or objects associated with LEO (Low Earth Orbit)
- Engage in critical thinking as a 21st century skill
- Apply knowledge to a creative form of art that provides technical information
- Apply knowledge to write technical information in an artistic way
- Gain assistance in preparing a zine to submit to the SpacEdge LEO Art Challenge:
Art students made the attached zines. Their science class required them to use zines to portray and explain a subject related to astronomy.
The LEO Art Challenge Zine Tempate can be downloaded.
Make a straight cut along the dashed lines. Instructions on how to fold the template are found in the PowerPoint Presentation.
"How to Fold a Zine" video:
NASA Education Research Center regarding LEO topics:
LEO Art Challenge website:
This website contains all the information needed along with templates and printable examples of zines.
It also hosts a contest opportunity where students can submit a zine and gain a certificate.
The Aurora Dawn of the North
This website gives the explanation of the aurora.
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LEO Art Challenge website:
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