NASA Low Students Interact with NASA Experts Using MISD Videoconferencing Tools
As part of its “Space Night” family program, NASA Low Intermediate School is hosting a series of videoconferencing sessions with NASA specialists. Students and parents are participating in a Toys in Space investigation broadcasting from the Marshall Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The program is designed to explore how micro gravity makes familiar toys behave in unfamiliar ways.
Participants are accessing the sessions using the MISD’s SAFARI Montage Live! system.
One of the participants said, “This was really cool. I learned about Newton’s Second Law.”
Next Tuesday, NASA Low students will continue their exploration of space with a live videoconference with astronauts on the International Space Station.