Visit the commemorative NASA space shuttle education site to trace the history of the shuttle and learn about the resources created during 30 years of space shuttle missions.
This educational module consists of four lessons and one introductory activity, "Survival!" Teachers may choose to complete any or all parts of the lessons.
Using data sets from MY NASA DATA, students will produce graphs comparing monthly and yearly ozone averages of several U.S. cities.
Use some of the best teacher-created lessons for incorporating NASA's Hubble Space Telescope into science, technology, engineering or mathematics education.
Students build a model to demonstrate how a jet engine creates thrust.
Build models of molecules out of candy.
NASA is offering space shuttle tiles to schools on a first-come, first-served, one-per-institution basis. These guides contain mathematics- and science-related activities for using the tiles.› Educator Guides | › Find out how to get a shuttle tile
Given the dimensions of the space shuttle, can you make a 1:25 scale model? This DLN event allows learners to videoconference with a NASA expert and to apply mathematics concepts.
In a problem-based activity, learners study energy, power and circuits; design a solar energy system; and learn about solar panels on the International Space Station.
Prepare to celebrate Earth Day with problems related to climate change.
What are the necessary characteristics of an ecosystem that will support humans as they live on the moon or Mars?
Check out the newest show from the PBS Design Squad. Judy and Adam team up with NASA to help 15-year-old Felipe design a human-powered glider.› "One Giant Leap" Part 1 → | › "One Giant Leap" Part 2 → | › Design Squad Website →
A variety of resources about the mission to Mercury awaits you.
Students solve for x in formulae such as 4x – 4 – (3x – 4) + 3 = 0 to decode an essay on space weather. They then answer questions about what they have read.
Test the hypothesis of these suggested projects.
The guide contains information about NASA's newest rockets, with both new activities and updated ones from the original Rockets Educator Guide.
Experiment by freezing liquids of varying salinity. Learn how it relates to the buoyancy of sea ice and icebergs.
Join in this international educational challenge!
Students demonstrate how to measure mass in microgravity.
Register now for the free online seminar on Jan. 12, 2011. The session will highlight "NASA's Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum" available as a website, a video series and a companion book.