Monthly Archives: August 2014

Connecting with the Classroom: Galileo and Heliocentrism (3/3)

 Today is the day we post our first lesson plan draft! And with it a tweaked plan for our development. We will now be establishing a lead educator for each lesson plan, who will be taking an active leadership role … Continue reading

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A Guide to the Galleries: “Galileo, Engineer” (1/2)

You have likely heard of Galileo’s more popular scientific achievements, such as the telescope, observations of the surface of the Moon, and the inclined plane. However, did you know that Galileo also designed an engineering compass? This was a special … Continue reading

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Summer 2014 Reflection

by Matthew Matheney As we meander through these blog posts, there are many features of Galileo’s World we would like to share but which are difficult to classify. So, though the Extending the Exhibit series will have a focus on … Continue reading

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