Grades 4 - 8
Thursday, September 25, 2014 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. Mountain Time
Participating in this electronic field trip is FREE at this time.
IP videoconferencing codec equipment (H.323)
Karen Kosiba PhD, research meteorologist with the Center for Severe Weather Research, has a thing for tornadoes. She likes to know how they form, what the winds are like inside them, and how they cause damage. Each spring she and her team of 20 chase twisters using three mobile radar trucks and 22 tornado pods to better understand what is happening on the inside of the storm. When tornado season is finished, they then think about hurricanes. Join Dr. Kosiba as she shares her knowledge of extreme weather.
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What are the technical requirements?
Videoconferencing codec equipment is required for the Museum's
videoconferencing programs. We connect directly via IP (H.323).
When do we test our virtual connection?
The system must be tested two weeks in advance.
How can I prepare my students for this experience?
After watching the video, have your students write down their questions for the Scientists. Question Guidelines (PDF | 93KB)
What to do the day of your program?
Please be connected 15 minutes prior to start time for
audio-video check. Please begin the broadcast with your equipment
muted. Classroom teacher MUST be present in the room at ALL times
during the broadcast.