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Mindful Astronomy: The Earth-Moon System in Your Hand (Inclusive Astronomy)

In this STEAM inclusive class students will discover how far away is the Moon from the Earth in a hands on way. This class is perfectly suited for all kids, including visually impaired learners. (NOTE: Materials needed for the class)
Breezy Ocaña Flaquer, PhD
26 total reviews for this teacher
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45 minutes
per class
Meets once
5-10
year olds
1-3
learners per class
per learner

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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Ph. D. in Astrophysics - Astrophysics/Astronomy Communicator/Educator/Adjunct at the San Diego University volunteering on a number of community projects that promote a mindful STEAM curriculum.  I also homeschool my three children, and I am personally active internationally offering workshops to both children, adults and teachers.
Make sure to look for the moon when you step outside next time, now that you know how far it is, how do you feel when you se it? This is of course optional, but I would love to read your answer, so feel free to send me a message and I would gladly read it. 
Learners do need to bring with them a rope that is not stretchable and at least 10 feet long (3 meters long).
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In the class we will take the rope around our fist and tide a knot. We will do the same around our thumb, if you believe your learner needs support to tide the knot, please make sure to provide that, so that they can fully participate on this experience. 

Teacher

Breezy Ocaña Flaquer, PhD
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Lives in the United States
Astrophysicist - Astronomy Communicator/Educator. I am an Astrophysicist with a passion for education. I am also a certified Yoga teacher, and a certified kids yoga teacher. I love combining the world of science with the world of self discovery. Therefore, I love allowing students to arrive to the conclusions themselves as much as possible, because this is where true learning and understanding happens.
26 total reviews
38 completed classes

About Me

I teach  Astronomy/Astrophysics courses. This is my passion and life long carrier (I hold a PhD in Astrophysics). It is what I know best, but it is also related or relatable to any other topic you can think of. Astronomy is the study of the... 
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