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  • last updated 5/20/2014
  • last updated 5/16/2014
  • last updated 5/14/2014

    The Colorado Space Science Teachers' Summit is a professional development workshop. The 2014 Summit is from June 14-18. These are some of the activities we will do.

  • last updated 5/14/2014

    In celebration of Geologic Mapping Day, the listed resources support the AGI poster featuring the Grand Canyon. These resources contain information on geology

  • last updated 5/14/2014

    A set of activities about the cameras on spacecraft and how they get those gorgeous images back to us.

  • last updated 5/14/2014

    Explore my sampler of fun and educational engineering activities for students in grades 9-12 from the Wavelength collection. Want more? Try the following keyword searches in Wavelength: "Design" or "Build" to find activities about spacecraft design; "Engineering" or "Design Challenge" for activities that incorporate engineering activities, or browse "High School Education" and refine your search by categories like the design process, engineering, and lesson plans.

  • last updated 5/10/2014
  • last updated 5/10/2014

    This resource provides a great introduction to the EMS.

    This is a printable resource that supports the EMS website
    http://missionscience.nasa.gov/ems/01_intro.html

  • last updated 5/8/2014

    The Lunar and Planetary Institute's Explore program is designed to engage children in Earth and space science in libraries and other out-of-classroom environments. Library staff across the country are using the activities to bring new audiences into the library. Since its inception 15 years ago, the Explore program has grown to support a community of more than nearly 900 individuals in 35 states — all trained to bring Earth and space science to their children's and youth programs. The program began through a generous grant from the National Science Foundation, and NASA continues to nurture the breadth and depth of Explore materials, resources, and trainings.

  • last updated 5/8/2014

    Following are selected resources and activities from the Wavelength collection and beyond that use NASA climate content and data. You can find a full list of climate resources in Wavelength that you can browse and filter by level/audience, learning time, resource type, instructional strategy and more at: http://tinyurl.com/nasaclimateeducation. Also be sure to check out the Data and Images page on Wavelength: http://nasawavelength.org/data-and-images.

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