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Course Name:NEVA Stellar Astronomy
Entity:ESU 13
Description:A star is a fight to the death between gravity and pressure…

This standards based course revolves, (pun intended), around the
formation, life cycle and study of stars. This includes: classification,
multiple star systems, nebulae, supernovae, black holes, and constellations.
Join me in a fascinating, semester long journey that explores these
incandescent bodies. We are, after all, really just
stardust.           

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Subjects:Science
Grade Levels:11 - 12
Prerequisites:
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Distant Learning Coordinator Contact Information
DLC Contacts: Beth Kabes bkabes@esucc.org 402-564-5753
BJ Peters bpeters@esu13.org 308-635-3696

Section Information
NVIS ID:4879
Instructor:Juarez, Katie
Credit Type:High School
Delivery Mode:Synchronous
Class meets:Fall 2017 from 8/21/2017 to 12/22/2017 at 8:00 AM-3:00 PM(Mountain) - MTWRF
Block Schedule:No
Availability:Open for registration
Computer required:Yes
Proctor required:Yes
LMS required:Yes
LMS instructions:GNENC Moodle system
Comments:This course uses a blended delivery system utilizing both online and live contact with the instructor.
Cost:$150 per student per course per semester
Enrolled: ESU 13 (4 students)
Hyannis High School (2 students)
Banner County High School (2 students)