04.07.09 - Students work as weather interns in the "State Climatology Office" to investigate cloud formation, cloud classification, and the role of clouds in heating and cooling.
03.24.09 - Ten video clips from NASA SCIFiles explore cloud formation, tropical storms, hurricanes and hurricane hunters. Visit NASA scientists to learn about the causes and consequences of hurricanes.
02.02.09 - Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-119 mission and crew.
03.03.09 - The March theme during the International Year of Astronomy is "Observing at Night ... and in the Day." The featured activity is "Light Pollution and Shielding."
02.18.09 - What powers the International Space Station? In a problem-based learning activity, learners study energy, power and circuits; design a solar energy system; and learn about solar panels on the station.
02.10.09 - Students at the Rice School demonstrate an experiment to find how different colors and materials absorb or reflect heat.
Create your own podcast with NASA video and audio clips.
04.07.09 - NASA has teamed with USA TODAY Education to challenge students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The contest deadline is May 15, 2009.
02.03.09 - The GLAST lithograph features an activity and information highlighting the Fermi mission that will study gamma rays in the universe.
01.27.09 - This lesson plan uses direct vocabulary instruction to help students understand the new definitions of "planet" and "dwarf planet."
01.21.09 - Challenge your students to start planning for their future. Activities, articles and resources on this page encourage students to set goals and learn about some of the many careers at NASA.
01.06.09 - A NASA-sponsored astronomy program for middle school students targets settings outside the normal school day.
12.16.08 - Challenge your students to observe how toys work on Earth and then predict how they will work in the microgravity environment of the space shuttle.
11.18.08 - NASA is looking for the right stuff, or in this case, the right name for the next Mars rover.
11.18.08 - Returning to the moon will prepare NASA for long-term stays on other worlds. This mini unit includes a video, a lesson that simulates mining ilmenite to obtain oxygen on the moon, and a quiz.
11.10.09 - The space shuttle and its replacement, the Ares rocket, must be insulated from extreme temperatures. Students design, build and test a system that will protect their simulated rocket from heat.
11.04.08 - Students use science, math and critical thinking skills to design, build and test a water filtration system.
10.28.08 - A NASA team has developed software to help students who are visually impaired "see" Earth.
10.21.08 - These educator guides contain collections of mathematics and reading activities that explore the sun-Earth system.
10.15.08 - Students will design, test, analyze and manage a space mission from initial concept to project funding while using this set of hands-on activities.