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This Day in History, New STELLAR Award Winner, and NASA Opportunities PDF Print E-mail
Written by Debra C. BurkeyPiecka   
Friday, 27 August 2010 13:35


Elizabeth Hoyson, third grade teacher at Nicely Elementary School, Greensburg Salem School District, Greensburg, PA, is our third STELLAR Awards winner.  Ms.


Hoyson and her colleagues developed a solar system unit using multiple resources: NASA planet materials, classroom play based on their Harcourt reading curriculum, Moon journals, planet postcards, pre- and post-assessments, and even kinesthetic activities. Read more...

You could be our next STELLAR Awards winner!  Tell us your story about using NASA educational resources in your classroom or informal learning environment.  The deadline for the next round of STELLAR Award submissions is September 30, 2010.  Read more…

Are you an elementary teacher looking for more NASA resources?  NASATalk has a new NASA and STEM Resoures for K-4 Learners collaborative group.  Add to our resource list or find some new ideas...



NASA Professional Development Opportunities

Participate in NASA professional development opportunities - Our Solar System: An Inquiry Tour and Mars in the ClassroomRead more...


NASA Explorer Schools Project

NASA Explorer Schools featured at Dryden Space Flight CenterSign up now for the NASA Explorer Schools project. NES provides free teaching and learning resources that promote student engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM. The project provides opportunities for teachers and students to participate in NASA's mission of research and discovery through inquiry-based experiences directly related to the work of NASA scientists and engineers. Read more...

Earth from SpaceBack to School, Virtually Speaking

Back to school doesn't mean the "brick and mortar" school for many of us. We're still preparing for a new school year, but we may not move too far from our computer desktop. Read more...


Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 September 2010 09:36