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Students will learn how women at Harvard Observatory coped with the discrimination they faced and partially overcame it to gain recognition for their efforts.
Students will learn about the significance of scientific writing, the significance of two writers from the early eighteen hundreds, and will practice writing themselves.
Students will learn about different African cultures and the ways that they have understood what we know as the Orion constellation.
Students will learn about spectra, their connection to atomic absorption and emission, and how astronomer Margaret Huggins contributed to early spectral photography.
Students will learn about the lack of recognition that plagued the careers of female scientists while developing reasoning and debating skills.
Students will learn about the lack of recognition that plagued the careers of female scientists while developing research, reasoning, and debate skills. This lesson is intended for a high school or college level audience.
Students will learn about the institutionalized discrimination of women scientists and their struggles for employment.
Female scientists have often struggled for recognition because of their gender. Students will learn about some of these less well-known figures in the history of science.
Students will learn about the life and career of female astronomers through their own words.
Students will learn, through research and debate, about the conflicts that can arise between astronomical and local communities over the construction of observatories.