Later this summer, science and STEM teachers will have the opportunity to engage students in a truly unique—and rare—learning opportunity as a total solar eclipse will span portions of the United States for the first time in 38 years. There are many ways that teachers across the country can incorporate various hands-on, technology-enabled lessons before and during the viewing experience to help students make the most of this phenomenon, known as the Great American Eclipse. The eclipse takes place on August 21, 2017.

About the Eclipse

The difference between a total solar eclipse and a partial eclipse is literally “night and day,”...

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About the Author:

David Vernier is the co-founder of Vernier Software & Technology (www.vernier.com). To learn more about the resources and tips provided by Vernier for the Great American Eclipse and to participate in its data-sharing project, visit www.vernier.com/eclipse.