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Inquire about Climate Change, Earth Science Week, Rockets, and Overcoming Moon Misconceptions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Debra C. BurkeyPiecka   
Monday, 11 October 2010 13:16


Where does the carbon dioxide go?Opening the Door to Climate Change

Share information, resources, and observations about climate change in the Global Climate Change collaborative.  Exploring the Environment is part of a cluster of NASA education groups that are affiliated with many larger and distributed science and education groups that are working on complementary projects that all focus on designing and sharing ways to explore, learn, research, and publish understandings about climate science and climate change. Learn more…

Celebrate Earth Science Week 2010 with NASA Materials

During Earth Science Week, a series of short videos will be posted to NASA’s Earth Science Week website at http://climate.nasa.gov/esw2010/. The videos will contain short experiments related to energy, such as the energy that fuels hurricanes. Educators may use the videos in their classrooms. Read more...

NASA Rocket Scientists

When people think about jobs at NASA, certain careers come to mind first. Astronaut is almost always near the top of the list, often followed by the fabled "rocket scientist." The job title is almost mythical -- the gold standard for a challenging occupation. To put a task in perspective, a common expression is "Well, it's not rocket science." But, at NASA, it is. Read more…

Overcoming Moon Misconceptions: Strategies and Answers for Educators

How can you address your students’ misconceptions about the Moon and planetary science?  Discover some general suggestions to overcome these misconceptions.  Read more…

Last Updated on Monday, 11 October 2010 13:27