Discovery Connect: When We Left Earth, The NASA Missions


What a way to end the year, teaching and learning with our students in a national virtual premiere from Discovery Education.  And what a year it has been, with Discovery’s history making Virtual Conference in February.  Continuing to shape the future in the communications industry, Discovery Education launches the Virtual Premiere, a must-attend end-of-year-event.  Copied from the DEN National Blog.

We’ve got one final Discovery Connect for the 08-09 school year in us and we couldn’t be more thrilled to bring it to you as only Discovery Education can!

WHEN WE LEFT EARTH: THE NASA MISSIONS presents the dramatic story of the space agency’s pioneering, awe-inspiring missions, to commemorate the first 50 years of space exploration. The story of NASA is the story of man’s greatest adventure, of man’s great ambition, and of man’s endeavors to go – quite literally – where no man had gone before. The series blends astonishing re-mastered archive – 100 hours of original NASA footage, much of it never seen before -with first hand testimony from the men and women who embarked on the greatest action adventure mankind has ever undertaken.

Discovery Education would like to invite you and your students to participate in our first ever “Virtual Premiere”, followed by an exclusive Q&A session with When We Left Earth Executive Producer Bill Howard.

Click here to register

On Wednesday June 11th, share this exclusive video with your students the very day that it premieres in Discovery Education Streaming. Then at 1pm EST, gather your students together to chat directly with the executive producer of the series. He’ll share the stories behind the stories as well as answer your students’ questions.

What a fantastic way to wrap up the school year!

In order to attend, all you need to do is register here and then follow the link that will be sent to you via email a few minutes before 1pm EST. Sound will be broadcast through your computer speakers. However, if your students want to be able to ask questions verbally, you will need to have a phone handy and join the teleconference as well.

We look forward to seeing you and your students there!

Register for the webinar


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