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The NASATalk Project has ended and is no longer funded. This site is for archival purposes only and will not be updated.

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NASATalk promotes NASA initiatives to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.  NASATalk collaboratives and blogs highlight STEM opportunities available through AESP, DLN, NES, and ePDN projects. We hope that NASATalk inspires you to explore NASA resources, share ideas, join collaboratives, and post your comments. Educators can organize their own online collaborative and publish their own blog on NASATalk.  Read More...

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Helping Teachers Find New Tech Tools to Engage Their Students

The Ed Tech Collaborative web resources make it easy for educators to learn about, access, and assess 21st Century tech tools to enrich their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching.  Our focus is on 21st Century tools and teaching strategies—primarily in the context of STEM education and NASA programs and resources.  Our goal is to create a forum that makes it easy to share and learn from each other.

In brief, here's what you can do on the Ed Tech Collaborative:
  • Share best practices for teaching and learning with edtech.
  • Meet fellow educators interested in the same subject across the world.
  • Develop expertise in edtech by accessing research, reviews, and referrals by experts on a variety of topics.
  • Start or join your own collaborative group within the group-- like a group for SecondLife or NASA Robotics
Simply put, when you can't meet with educators with similar interests in-person, use the Ed Tech Collaborative.
Join Ed Tech Collaborative for free and become a part of a fast-growing NASA-affiliated educational technology community on the Web.
We look forward to meeting you online!
The Ed Tech Collaborative Team
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