11.30.10 - Explore magnetism with this collection of six lab activities and 37 mathematics-related problems.
11.16.10 - Use these 16 educational video clips to teach Newton's Laws of Motion.
Watch this video to learn how to build an icy model of a comet, complete with shooting jets. Safety precautions are required.
11.02.10 - Use these demonstrations to show how gyroscopes help guide spacecraft through space.
10.13.10 - These guides provide examples of how teachers may use video segments effectively as an instructional tool.
10.05.10 - Converting from one set of units to another is a task scientists do every day. In this activity, students use dimensional analysis to convert obscure English units to metric units and vice versa.
09.28.10 - These videos showcase the creativity and dedication needed to turn the challenges of spaceflight into great achievements.
09.14.10 - Use these animation clips to enhance your lessons about earthquakes, flooding, volcanoes and more.
09.08.10 - Students will learn about the parabolic flights of NASA's C-9 jet, the Weightless Wonder, as they use equations of motion to derive a solution to a real-life problem.
08.31.10 - This unit encourages students to think about space exploration as an activity that will require humans to "live off the land" and use any resources available, whether natural or man-made.
08.24.10 - This set includes 15 educational lithographs. Each one contains images, significant dates and background information about a planet or solar body.
Create your own podcast with NASA video and audio clips.
08.10.10 - Remedy common misconceptions about the Hubble Space Telescope and space technology with this activity that can be completed individually or in groups. Teaching tips are included.
07.07.10 - Are you looking for hands-on activities to do with youth groups or Scouts? Browse the websites listed here for fun things to do in an informal education setting.
06.29.10 - In this lesson, students examine the role that filters play in viewing an astronomical object. Each student will build a filter wheel through which they will examine a color image of the Crab Nebula.
06.08.10 - "Galactic Doom" is the latest in the Space Mysteries series of interactive Web games for middle and high school students.
06.24.08 - In this lesson plan from the MY NASA DATA team, students use radiosonde data from a weather balloon launch to distinguish the characteristics of the lower atmosphere.
05.18.10 - Students calculate the distance between scale models of Earth and the moon.
05.04.10 - Students construct simple refracting telescopes and calculate the magnifications.
This AP history lesson has students interpret primary and secondary sources to evaluate the role that presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon played in the development of the space program.