# Explorers Post 631 2011-2012

Up one levelDocuments and info for Post 631, the computer Post, in 2011 thru 2012

- Ideas for Activities in 2011-2012
- List of ideas for Post 631 in 2011-2012
- Agendas for Post 631 for the 2011- 2012 Year
- Each doc is an agenda for a week in Post 631.
- Exploring Post 631 Open House PowerPoint Slides for 2011
- The slides that will be used at the Exploring Open House on October 11, 2011. It describes what Exploring Post 631 is all about.
- Exploring Post 631 Open House PowerPoint Slides ( PDF ) for 2011
- PDF version of the slides for the Exploring Post 631 presentation at the Open House.
- Sort and Mingle Game Questions
- Questions to be used when doing the sort and mingle game to get to know the students.
- Post 631 Schedule for 2011-2012
- Here is what we will do during the 2011-2012 Explorer meetings. Please note that this is subject to change, especially as we look forward into later weeks.
- Outline of talk given by Don Braun on the USA vs Soviet Union Space Race
- On October 27, 2011, Don Braun, an Advisor for the NASA Glenn Exploring Post 631, gave a talk to the Explorers about the 1957-1969 USA vs. Soviet Union Space Race and the Gemini spacecraft display model in the lobby of the RAC building at NASA Glenn. Here is the outline of that talk.
- Photos from Explorers Post 631 2011-2012
- Here are photo albums containing images from Post 631's year from 2011 to 2012
- 400-meter asteroid 2005 YU55 passed 201K miles from Earth on November 8, 2011
- Don Braunâ€™s Nov. 10, 2011 Mini-lesson for Explorers Computer Technology Post 631
- NASA's GRAIL Mission - Mini Lesson notes
- Don Braun gave a mini-lesson on the NASA GRAIL mission. Here are his notes
- Derive a Linear Trendline
- A document created by Don Braun which contains a mathematical derivation of the least squares algorithm to compute a linear trendline from any set of (x, y) samples points. For example, that method is used when Microsoft Excel calculates a linear trendline.
- Derive a Linear Trendline (Microsoft Word)
- Don Braun's mathematical derivation of the least squares algorithm to compute a linear trendline from any set of (x, y) samples points. For example, that method is used when Microsoft Excel calculates a linear trendline.
- Schedule for April and May 2011 and 2012
- A short list of what's left of the 2011-2012 year for Post 631.