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For Educators

NASA's Women of STEM

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Do-It-Yourself Podcasts

DIY Podcast Create your own podcast with NASA video and audio clips.
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NASA eClips™

NASA eClips™logo Use these educational video segments to inspire and engage students.
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Career Information

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Students can use this page as a starting point to learn about jobs at NASA.
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NASA Students on Facebook

A graphic showing a group of students outlined in front of Earth with the words NASA Students at the bottom NASA has a Facebook page specifically for high school and college students. Updates are posted daily featuring competitions, internships and more.
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Online Student Application

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NASA Student Ambassadors

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Educator Features and Articles

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Special Announcements

NASA Recommends Discontinuation of Student Rocket Activity


In 2012, an air pressurized paper rocket launcher being used by an educator failed. This launcher is described in NASA's Rockets Educator Guide, publications EG-2011-11-223-KSC, pp. 86-90 and EG-2008-05-060-KSC, pp. 86-90. NASA completed an engineering investigation into the failure and determined that the launcher, or design equivalents, should not be used. NASA has removed the launcher design from its website and its education curriculum. Individuals and organizations should immediately discontinue use of the launcher published in the referenced NASA publications. The point of contact for additional information is Diane DeTroye, NASA Office of Education, at nasaedpartners@nasa.gov. We request that your organization assist NASA in disseminating this information as widely as possible throughout the education community.

 

A-Z Lists

A-Z card index file Browse this alphabetical list for items of interest to educators. Locate top level sites for interesting topics, education pages for NASA missions, print materials, and other hard-to-find pages that offer resources for educators.

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Educator Resource Center Network

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Locate ERCs in your state or region for free educational materials and services.


Education Image Galleries

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Go Mobile With NASA

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Download free NASA apps for your smartphone or tablet.
 


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Read NASA books on your mobile device.

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Education Events Calendar

Education Programs

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Page Last Updated: November 25th, 2014
Page Editor: Flint Wild