LOADING...
Text Size
Armstrong Educator Resource Center
April 22, 2014
 

NASA has established the Educator Resource Center Network (ERCN) to provide educators across the country with information about NASA, and the educational resources and services it provides. NASA's unique research and missions have allowed NASA Education to produce educational materials that engage student interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and support classroom curricula.

The Educator Resource Center (ERC) at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center provides in-service, pre-service, and informal educators in Southern California and Arizona with an easily accessible source of materials that reflect NASA’s current research and technology. These materials relate to curriculum areas such as Human Exploration, Development of Space, Earth Science, Space Science, Life Science, Astronomy, Aerospace Technology, and Biological and Physical Research. NASA educational materials are available for FREE, including posters, lithographs, curriculum guides, briefs, educational activities, videos, CDs, DVDs, Podcasts, and more.

Educators can request materials by sending in a written request, by email, or by calling the NASA Armstrong Educator Resource Center.

To request materials or to schedule an appointment to visit the NASA Armstrong Educator Resource Center:

 

 

[image-62]

NASA Armstrong Educator Resource Center
AERO Institute
38256 Sierra Highway
Palmdale, CA 93550
Contact: Sondra Geddes, Education Outreach Specialist

email: sondra.l.geddes@nasa.gov
phone: 661-276-5522
fax: 661-265-9548


Ways Educators Can Receive NASA Materials

NASA is working hard to make their materials easily accessible to the education community through multiple dissemination channels – web, mail, and ERC site visits. Ways to receive materials include:

  • Visit or contact the NASA Dryden Educator Resource Center
  • Download educational resources from the NASA Portal

[image-78]

Portal

The NASA Portal serves as the gateway for information regarding content, programs, and services offered by NASA for the general public and, specifically, for the education community. It provides

educators access to curriculum support materials that they may download and print from the following Web sites:


Educator Guides, Lithographs, Posters, Brochures, Bookmarks

http://www.nasa.gov/education/materials

Themed Collections of Online Resources
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/topnav/schedule/extrathemes/index.html

Subject Matter Topics
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/topnav/subjects/about/index.html

For announcements about NASA activities and products, sign up for the NASA Education Express Mailing Lis
http://www.nasa.gov/education/express   

 



                                                                               

Image Token: 
[image-47]
NASA Armstrong Educator Professional Development Specialist, Dr. Richard Chapleau, shows educators how to create and use a waveform monitor at an ERC workshop on Seeing Sound.
NASA Armstrong Educator Professional Development Specialist, Dr. Richard Chapleau, shows educators how to create and use a waveform monitor at an ERC workshop on Seeing Sound.
Image Credit: 
NASA / Ken Ulbrich
Image Token: 
[image-62]
Educators used microscopes to view Lunar and Meteorite samples taken from the Apollo missions during the Apollo 40th Anniversary Teacher workshop.
Educators used microscopes to view Lunar and Meteorite samples taken from the Apollo missions during the Apollo 40th Anniversary Teacher workshop.
Image Credit: 
NASA / Tom Tschida
Image Token: 
[image-78]
Image Token: 
[image-73]
Page Last Updated: April 22nd, 2014
Page Editor: Yvonne Gibbs