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  • last updated 5/31/2018
  • last updated 5/31/2018

    Volcanoes are a phenomenon rich in geologic, atmospheric and hydrologic Earth sciences (e.g., NGSS ESS2.B Plate tectonics and large-scale system interactions) – and are also highly fascinating to the general public. This phenomenon hit the media on May 3, 2018 when Hawaii’s Mount Kilauea erupted. We were immediately captivated. We now anticipate daily updates. We are learning – and speaking – a new vocabulary: seismicity, rift zone, explosion, fissure, lava flow, spattering, volcanic glass, plume, and laze. As one of the world’s most active volcanoes, the action continues - something to keep tuned in to and to learn from during the summer.

  • last updated 5/15/2018

    Informal learning activities directly related to LC Toolkit

  • last updated 5/15/2018

    Solar System Scavenger Hunt

  • last updated 5/11/2018

    Farmers and their crops, along with the surface fresh water supplies on which they both rely, are benefiting from the thermal imagers aboard NASA’s Landsat 7 and Landsat 8 satellites. Discover how data from those instruments can determine evapotranspiration rates- and how farmers are using that information to maximize the efficiency of crop irrigation while conserving the freshwater supply. The resources listed below align to NGSS standards ESS2C (The Roles of Water in Earth’s Surface Processes) and ESS3C (Human Impacts on Earth Systems). Together the resources will lead students through a review of the water cycle, an examination of Landsat images, an understanding of evapotranspiration- and an appreciation of how earth, space, physical and biological sciences impact food production as well as the livelihoods of farmers.

  • last updated 5/10/2018
  • last updated 5/8/2018

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  • last updated 5/6/2018
  • last updated 5/6/2018
  • last updated 5/3/2018

    The resources in this list pertain to the presentation given on May 3, 2018, titled, "Birth of Stars: Near and Far".

    NASA's Universe of Learning is a program which will integrate NASA's Astrophysics Science Mission Directorate programs, and will advance STEM learning and literacy by creating and delivering a unified suite of education products, programs, and professional development that spans the full spectrum of NASA Astrophysics.
    NASA's Universe of Learning is partnering with the NASA Museum Alliance to provide professional development briefings for the informal science education community. These briefings provide current NASA Astrophysics themes, content, and resources to the informal community. These curated lists present the resources described during the briefings. To find the briefings, you can go here: