100 hours for 100 schools (100/100) is a collaboration between several organizations involved in providing high quality and well supported astronomy education programs. The 100 schools come from the 1,300 schools that already actively participate in International Astronomical Search Collaboration. The teachers are invited to pick and develop a project with their students. A number of projects will be suggested, from the basic to the advanced, with training offered through Galileo Teacher Training Programme and Global Hands on Universe.
|Organizers:||Bonnie Thurber, Carl Pennypacker, Patrick Miller, Rosa Doran, Vivian White, Fraser Lewis|
|Affiliation:||IASC, GHOU, GTTP, FTP, ASP|
|Active:||Dec 2018 → present|
You can view some of the images and astronomy discussion of the teachers involved on this Padlet.