Event-Based Science®


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Welcome

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Staff Development

Scenario-Based 
Investigations

EBS Store

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Remote Sensing

Parent Letter

What is Event-Based Science?

Special Needs Students

Skeptic is Won Over

How Do Schools Use EBS

Event-Based Science meets National Science Education Standards!

 

Total Solar Eclipse 8/21/2017
 

Event-Based Science is a new way to teach middle school science. It is an award-winning, standards-based program in which newsworthy events establish the relevance of science topics; authentic tasks create the need-to-know more about those topics; and lively interviews, photographs, Web pages, and inquiry-based science activities create a desire to know more about those topics.

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On Aug. 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse made its way from Oregon to South Carolina. Fourteen states were in the path of totality. This was the first time a total eclipse covered such a wide swath of America since 1918.

EBS was there! 

The pictures on this page doccument our experiences. Eclipse photos were taken by Jeff Hamilton. Photos of attendees at the Wilson County (TN) Fair were taken by Russ Wright and Dorothy Hall.

 


   
Pictures taken in Southern Illinois, about 10 miles north of Carbondale
 

 
Not a cloud in the sky...
People at the Willson County Fair use special safety glasses to watch the eclipse
as totality approaches.
 
Totality... Check it off your bucket list!
 

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