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Investigate Hartley 2 Comet, STS-133, and Global Climate Change Resources PDF Print E-mail
Written by Debra C. BurkeyPiecka   
Monday, 01 November 2010 08:47

November 17, 2010 - A Call for Participation from NASA Education

Project Tomorrow logoThrough December 17, K-12 students, parents, teachers, administrators, and pre-service teachers from across the country have the opportunity to share their ideas and opinions on education and technology, through Project Tomorrow’s annual Speak Up survey (http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/).  This year’s survey includes questions about emerging technologies: digital textbooks, online learning, and the use of smart phones within instruction.  Students are also asked to design their own “mobile app” for learning.  The results are shared with participating schools, so that they can use the data for planning and community discussions.  Results are also used by government agencies and other organizations to inform their programs and policies.

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Hartley 2 Comet Image ThreeSee amazing images of the Hartley 2 Comet captured by the EPOXI Mission. Read more...

STS-133 Mission

Discovery at the PadThis will be Discovery's final voyage. The STS-133 mission's launch plans are postponed.  NASA managers have decided that the next launch attempt for space shuttle Discovery will be no earlier than Nov. 30 at 4:05 a.m. EST.

Celebrate the momentous occasion and reflect on 26 years of space flight history. Read more…

Reflecting on Discovery, New Teachers and NASA Curriculum

View a video history of Discovery's space flight history. How can new teachers tap into NASA curriculum? Read more... Robonaut2

STS-133 Mission Plans

Who is that robot with the bronze head and what role does he play in the STS-133 mission? Learn more payload and robotics information for the upcoming flight. Read more...

Global Climate Change Resources

Review Global Climate Change: NASA's Eyes on the Earth. Want to make global climate change relevant for your context/location? Try the Pew Center Map for Climate Change. Read more...

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 19:03