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Global Science and Technology Week - May 7-13, 2000
GLOBAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Spinning Globe View the President's
Proclamation of May 7-13, 2000, as "Global Science and
(Note: The proclamation is scheduled to be released just prior to the
beginning of Global
Science and Technology Week...watch this space for the text!)
from Leaders Throughout the Science and Technology Community Requesting the
Proclamation of Global Science and Technology Week.
Spinning Globe Background Information and
Scheduled Events for Global Science and Technology
in Global Education" will be distributed to 70,000 secondary school
educators nationwide and will contain articles and classroom exercises focusing
upon: 1) the globalization of science and benefits of international scientific
collaboration, and 2) how the U.S. is preparing future generations to
participate in the global scientific community.
NSTA has featured this
to their 55,000 members. It provides websites and examples of
international scientific collaboration that
science teachers may feature during Global Science and Technology
Spinning Globe See
of International Scientific Collaboration (Watch
this list as it will continually be updated with new
Spinning Globe Helpful Links to Science Education