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Record-breaking former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has a unique insight into the continued participation and motivation, while in isolation.
In 2016 Kelly became the first American to spend a continuous 12 months in space when he completed an epic 340 days of restriction to the International Space Station.
With the distance learning alternative to physical classroom for millions of children in the Cov of the closures, Kelly said the child’s long-term goals and aspirations more important than ever.
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“I think that it is important to let them know that their education is still important, despite everything that is going in there,”he said, recognizing that the embargo has brought a lot of challenges for children and their parents. “Distance learning, or at home,it’s good for some kids, but not all.”
Kelly talked about Fox News before participating in the study of the pursuit of life, allowing students to participate in on-site meetings with the professional educators from the Natural History Museum of Utah while the school is closed. The former astronaut will participate in a one-hour Q&A as part of the study tasks life on Friday morning at 11:30ET last week five.
Perseverance, he told Fox News, will eventually pay off students struggling with distance learning. “I realize that it’s not easy-usually things that are meaningful is difficult and challenging.” “Looking for inspiration, where you can find it.”
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During an interview with Fox News in 2018, he explained that he from a bad student to a Navy fighter pilot, test pilot, and, eventually, an astronaut. He says he owes his space career of Tom Wolfe’s famous book”The Right Stuff”about the early space program, which he read when he was an 18-year-old student at the State University of New York Maritime Academy in the Bronx.
The study sought to course through live every weekday, and may be in need 24/7. Students from 56 countries and all 50 States to access the program, according to the Natural History Museum of Utah. “Research Task life has to offer the classroom environment,”the Museum’s Executive Director, Jason during the visit, the two said, adding the program teaching topics such as paleontology, ecology, biodiversity and climate.
On the Friday of the event, Kelly will be in-depth about his incredible experience of space and hope that the power provided to the student, according to during the visit, two. “We are very pleased,”he told Fox News.
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“Looking for a way to reach a large audience and children of different attention is more important, now they are learning from home,”Kelly said.
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