04.21.09 - On the lunar surface, environmental sensors and instruments will need to be placed near a lunar outpost. Students will work with vector addition to find an answer to this space exploration problem.
04.06.09 - Tom Benson teaches students the physics of flight by comparing airplanes and rockets to baseball.
04.07.09 - In this lesson, students employ inquiry methods to investigate how latitude and longitude (and distance from oceans) impact climatic factors such as temperature and precipitation.
03.03.09 - In this lesson, students examine how snow and ice cover have changed on Earth from 1994 to 2004 and practice using some of the data analysis tools available at My NASA Data.
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.
01.21.09 - NASA Earth and space science explorers include people of all ages who use NASA science and technology to explore from planet Earth to the far reaches of the universe.
12.09.08 - Whether it's the latest launch or the coolest gadgets, NASA EDGE hosts provide an offbeat, funny and informative look behind the NASA curtain.
12.01.09 - NASA and the Southeast Regional Clearinghouse offer a collection of helpful hints and resources for STEM educators who work with persons with disabilities.
11.18.08 - NASA is looking for the right stuff, or in this case, the right name for the next Mars rover.
Learn about spacesuits and how they have evolved. Meet people who design, build and work with them.
11.04.08 - Each of the 18 NASA historical milestones on this timeline includes a downloadable video clip, audio clip and teachers guide with discussion questions and a classroom activity.
10.28.08 - Explore how energy helps change matter from one state to another with this interactive online tool. Also available in Spanish.
10.28.08 - A NASA team has developed software to help students who are visually impaired "see" Earth.
10.21.08 - In this lesson, students learn about the characteristics of planets, comets, asteroids and trans-Neptunian objects through a classification activity.
09.16.08 - Watch what happens when ordinary objects are cooled to cryogenic temperatures, and learn about phase changes.
09.16.08 - This NASA video segment explains what engineers do at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Viewers learn that engineers work collaboratively to solve problems.
09.09.08 - Most tropical hurricanes begin in Africa, but an El Nino can stop the storms before they become full-blown.
08.19.08 - This virtual observatory generates images of any part of the sky at wavelengths in all regimes from Radio to Gamma-Ray.
08.12.08 - In this lab activity, students compare soil from Earth to simulated Martian soil.
07.08.08 - Designed for students in grades 5-12, these video clips focus on four scientific disciplines in microgravity studies: fluid physics, materials science, biotechnology and combustion.