03.16.11 - Carrie Murray's wiki activity increases student understanding of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Find educational resources and activities to celebrate this year's theme, "Ancient Mysteries -- Future Discoveries."
In the winter of 2011 an adventurous team of experts searched for microbial life between sand dunes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
For more than 10 years, seventh graders at Chartiers-Houston Jr./Sr. High School in Houston, Pa., have helped NASA scientists make sure satellites are identifying clouds correctly.
03.09.11 - NASA's Educator Resource Center network has expanded to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Educators and students were introduced to NASA education resources during NASA Awareness Week in Charlotte, N.C.› Education Day | › NASA STEM Educator Workshops | › NASA's Commitment to STEM
Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-133 mission and crew.
03.02.11 - For more than 10 years, amateur radio has allowed students to talk to astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station.
Leland Melvin, NASA's Associate Administrator for Education celebrates Black History Month and the combined experiences and achievements of all African-American people.
02.16.11 - A FIRST LEGO League team of fifth-graders proposes a device to keep drivers from texting or talking on cell phones while driving.
02.09.11 - Students at Ferebee-Hope Elementary School got a special visit from NASA's associate administrator for education and two-time astronaut, Leland Melvin.
02.10.11 - A NASA astronaut, a Mars rover "driver" and a space suit designer joined more than 1,000 middle school students in Long Beach, Calif., to discuss careers in space exploration.
Do you want to conduct an experiment on a reduced-gravity flight? Applications from K-12 educators are due March 14, 2011.
02.09.11 - Scientists join teachers in the desert to explore hypolithic life, or life under a rock.
02.02.11 - Florida educator Sheree’ Kearns uses computer games to ignite student interest in science.
01.28.10 - Administrator Bolden discussed his military and space career and the importance of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education for tomorrow's careers.
Choose your favorite from each group.
From October 2010 until August 2012 (one Martian year), celebrate NASA spacecraft heading across the solar system. This site has monthly themes, resources, and opportunities for involvement.
Devastating floods in Australia, torrential rains in South America and crippling snow in parts of the United States. Do these severe weather conditions have a common origin?
The NASA App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad combines all of your favorite NASA images, videos, missions and information into one easy-to-use application -- and it's free on the App Store from Apple.