Teaching From Space
NASA Office of Education
Visit the NASA Education website. You'll discover a wealth of information including a list of current opportunities; education related feature stories; and contact information for project representatives.
Teach Station is the platform for space-station-focused education resources, science and research information for students and teachers, crew updates, and up-to-the-minute education news. Visit often and watch for updates.
Station: Who, What, When, Where?
What's an Expedition?
Select an expedition number to learn about its official start date, launch and landing dates, and crew, and to view images and video taken during the mission.
› Crews and Expeditions Homepage
› Past Crews Section
› Future Crews Section
› NASA Kids' Club: Now in Space and Past Crews
Laura talks about the space station in this video from NASA y Tú. Resources and videos are available in Spanish and English. Image Credit: NASAGet Involved With Education on the Space Station -- Student projects, downlinks, professional development and outreach activities.
Topic-based Websites -- Microgravity, Rocketry, Robotics, Spacesuits.
Classroom Materials -- Educator guides, lesson plans, posters and research problems for students.
Student Features and Related Sites -- Articles for students and general audiences about the space station.
Just for Fun -- Interactive games and activities.
Multimedia -- Videos, interviews, Do-It-Yourself Podcasts, and lots more for space station fans.
› View resources
In the News
Get to Know the Station
Explore the Station
Astronaut Suni Williams gives a tour of the International Space Station.› Take a tour
The station crew share their favorite memories of school and give advice to today's students.