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Journey through the School Year with NASA resources PDF Print E-mail
Written by Debra C. BurkeyPiecka   
Tuesday, 16 August 2011 09:52

 

Juno 5-year mission to Jupiter
NASA Expert Chat about Lightning

As the new school year begins, consider integrating some NASA education resources into your instruction. This week, NASATalk highlights NASA vodcasts and podcasts, expert NASA Chat sessions, and the Space Educators’ Handbook.

Reveal the latest findings about water on Mars and the planet Juno to your students.  This Week @ NASA vodcasts and Podcasts provide weekly updates about NASA including opportunities, discoveries, and missions. Whether providing an introduction to a science topic, writing prompt, or current news events, This Week @ NASA  vodcasts and podcasts provide a short summary of weekly happenings.

Do your students have more inquiries than you have answers?  Turn to the NASA experts and find a NASA Chat to help answer students' questions about subjects such as ozone, lightning, and earthquakes.

Lastly,  the Space Educators' Handbook web page and DVD provide NASA lists of great space-related sites for educational use.  Read more...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 August 2011 15:02