The Fossil Study Rock and Living Fossil Trees
In Memory Ken Headly's Show and Tell Collection
Thanks to Joan Headly for letting Sally and Dusty to continue Ken's Show and Tell Collection. Ken would travel around West Central Arkansas to show school students the collection. He would describe each item and history. Pictured below are some fossils, equipment and mineral in the collection.
Ken's Show and Tell is available upon request. Dusty and Sally will present the collection with information on each item. Then if personnel from Oklahoma Geological Survey or Sam Noble Museum is available for a video conference.
Contract Points: Sally Brasel - [email protected] -918-284-5770
Darryl "Dusty" Rhoads - [email protected] - 940-577-7782
President John F. Kennedy's
speech about going to the moon.
On July 16, 1969 America landed Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon. While Michael Collins stayed in orbit.
Elizabeth Rader, Tabitha McIntyre, Barbara Fuller Certified from
NASA on the Lunar Rocks
The pictures below are from their trips to NASA in Houston, Texas.
Please contact Elizabeth Rader at Greenwood Elementary, Tahlequah, OK
Barbara Fuller and Tabitha McIntyre at NSU Robotics Academy. "The Rock" hopes to introduce all students to the lunar rocks on a full moon night.
This video is an introduction to the NASA Lunar and Meteorite Sample Disk Program. The program is designed for K-12 classroom teachers and educators who work in K-12 schools, museums, libraries, or planetariums. Educators can be certified to borrow the Lunar and Meteorite Sample Disks by attending a certification workshop provided by a NASA Authorized Certifier. Certification workshops are designed to help educators understand planetary processes related to these samples including accretion, differentiation, volcanism, and impact processes. Participants are also trained in the proper handling and security requirements when borrowing the disks.