N.C. teachers can access virtual lessons from scientists

04/15/2012 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

North Carolina teachers will have access to live or uploaded lessons, available online from the state's Museum of Natural Sciences. Scientists will present lessons using a high-definition screen, giving teachers access to virtual field trips. "They get to do some of the same activities that that researcher is doing in an 'Investigate Lab' or go on field research with them," said Betsy Bennett, museum director.

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