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Digital Learning Network
Experience out-of-this-world interactive learning with NASA's Digital Learning Network™! Free, interactive programs allow you and your students to learn more about our home planet and the universe beyond through video-conferencing and Web casts. Students of all ages can participate in live events featuring NASA experts and education specialists. Take a look at our catalog of events and Web cast announcements to find lessons, activities, and presentations that meet your instructional objectives.
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Event Focus Our solar system is a vast area with planets, asteroids, comets, and other objects orbiting one star, our Sun. What are the distinguishing characteristics of the planets in our solar system, the distances between them and the paths they travel? ...
 
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Event Focus Did you know that right now every continent on the Earth is in motion? Did you know that the direction of the winds in the Pacific Ocean off Peru affect the weather in the United States, India, and Australia? How do the air, water, and land interact to affect conditions around the entire Earth? ...
 
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Event Focus In this investigation students play the role of scientists and engineers in examining the physics of popular toys and games in the classroom and try to answer the question: Will this toy work in microgravity? ...
 
Event Focus What keeps NASA busy when not sending astronauts into space? How does a satellite help us construct a topographic map of a surface? (for 5-8 module) ...
 
Event Focus This professional development workshop provides an overview of several NASA Education resources while demonstrating specific classroom activities aligned with the theme of Living and Working in Space: NASA's Return to the Moon. In doing this, answering the question: How can I use NASA in my classroom? ...
 
Event Focus NASA scientists study images of Earth from geographic and scientific points of view. What processes and outcomes can we predict by studying Earth imagery? ...
 
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Event Focus What are mission patches? Who creates them? What significance do they have to the mission? ...
 
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