Regional Collaborative - Petroleum Workshop 2014
Jun 17, 2014Public
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
Photo: Using a provided 3-D model of Mount Capulin in New Mexico, teachers Linda Bazard (College Park High School, Conroe ISD) and Ana Osth (South Knoll Elementary School, College Station ISD) added water in increments, traced the resulting shapes through observation and then recreated a 3-D model in paper form during a recent petroleum-related workshop.
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