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  • last updated 4/16/2018

    Weather made headlines throughout the winter of 2017/2018. Still fresh in our memories are the records set for snowfall amounts and low/high temperatures. And who can forget the heavy rains, wildfires, coastal flooding, river flooding, and mudslides? These natural events took their toll on human enterprises- causing power outages, property damage, travel delays, and loss of life. Explore NGSS ESS2.D (Weather and Climate) by using the resources listed below. Find additional weather resources in Wavelength by searching for the topic “weather” or by going to http://bit.ly/WavelengthWeather. Look back on winter's newsworthy weather events with your students - and encourage them to continue to monitor local weather as the northern hemisphere heads into spring!

  • last updated 4/16/2018

    Earth Day 2018 is Sunday, April 22. Use resources in the list below to support Earth Day related efforts to protect and conserve our environment. Inspire those in your classroom or those who visit your informal education venues to celebrate Earth every day - and to join the growing group of citizen scientists who are collecting and contributing data about our environment. Learn more about Earth Day at NASA at http://www.nasa.gov/earthday.

  • last updated 4/10/2018

    The resources in this list pertain to the presentation given on April 12, 2018, titled, "Visualizing the Universe with NASA Data".
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    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:
    http://universe-of-learning.org/science_briefing

  • last updated 4/9/2018

    The resources in this list pertain to the presentation given on December 7, 2017, titled, "NASA's Search for Water in the Universe".
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    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 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:
    http://universe-of-learning.org/science_briefing

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    last updated 4/3/2018

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  • last updated 4/2/2018

    In this list, you will find resources to learn more about mosquito-borne diseases. All World Health Organization resources are available in the following languages: English, Chinese, Arabic, Spanish, French, and Russian.

  • last updated 3/30/2018
  • last updated 3/30/2018
  • last updated 3/27/2018
  • last updated 3/26/2018

    Perfect for an astronomy class, a science club, or a science night event,
    these guides, which align to ESS1.A (The Universe and its stars) and ESS1.B (Earth and the Solar System), showcase education and public outreach resources from across more than 20 NASA astrophysics missions and programs. The twelve guides - one for each month – highlight a sky feature. Each guide provides information on how to find and view the feature, a related story, viewing suggestions, links to a related activity, and links to NASA sites with additional information. Finish out your school year with a visit to these three sky features: Pollux (April), Hubble Deep Field (May), and the Hercules Cluster (June).

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