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West Virginia Public Broadcasting Features

The NASA-sponsored Classroom of the Future has partnered with West Virginia Public Broadcasting to produce weekly radio news items describing programs and activities focusing on Earth and space education. The news stories concern work done by the Classroom of the Future as well as other NASA education and outreach groups.

New Moon atlas released
Tue Feb 12 2013

State Lego robotics tournament brings hundreds to Ripley High
Mon Dec 5 2011

Website helps public see space exploration
Mon Aug 8 2011

Students, teachers use LEGOS to design “aquabots”
Mon Jul 25 2011

Wheeling man helps make final shuttle launch available
Mon Jul 8 2011

National tragedy inspires space learning centers
Mon May 23 2011

Wheeling author, Japanese scientist partner on photography book of the moon
Mon May 16 2011

Girls focus of space related programs for Women’s History Month
Mon Mar 28 2011

Students, teachers connect live to Discovery mission
Fri Feb 25 2011

Kids explore moon, space through educational video games
Mon Feb 14 2011

WV astronaut remembers Challenger crew
Mon Jan 31 2011

Wheeling man recalls experience training Challenger astronauts
Mon Jan 24 2011

WV students compete for LEGO trophy
Mon Dec 13 2010

Exploring use of iPads in education
Mon Nov 22 2010

Website helps students investigate climate science
Mon Nov 8 2010

WV educator's trip to China finds similarities, differences in teaching methods
Mon Nov 1 2010

Fall colors can be seen from space
Mon Oct 25 2010

Lunar Videogames Bring Science to Life for Students
Mon Oct 18 2010

Bringing NASA Science to Life for K-2
Thu Sep 16 2010

CET's online science curriculum helping fill education gaps
Fri Sep 10 2010

Videogame research at WJU brings lunar science to life
Fri Nov 27 2009

Wheeling Jesuit man helped map the moon
Mon Jul 20 2009