Throw your ideas into Space

27th July 2001 at 01:00
Teachers are being asked by the European Space Agency to put forward ideas for Teach Space 2001, the first International Space Station education conference for the profession. Taking place between October 26-28 at ESA's centre in Noordwijk in the Netherlands, the conference aims to provide a forum on space for anyone who teaches in the six-18 age range, across all subject areas. See

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