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Incorporate Phenomenon-Based Learning in Your Instruction through Inquiry During an Eclipse
This school year, there is an opportunity to experience an eclipse with your students. On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible over the United States, starting in Texas.
Collect Data with Your Students During an Eclipse
Dave Vernier’s Eclipse Tips
Never look directly at the sun, except when the sun is completely blocked by the moon. During the partial phase of the eclipse, you will need glasses for viewing the sun.
As the eclipse approaches totality, the brightness of the sky dims to a point where planets may start to become visible.