This is a long-term professional development program that prepares high school science teachers to use NASA data. Applications are due Jan. 15, 2010.
Two JPL college interns delving into California's rainfall records have uncovered some interesting findings that may be linked to climate change.
A good way to bring a cool mission like WISE into the classroom is to focus on how we use infrared to study the universe.
NASA's Stardust-NExT mission is offering the public a chance to win a small cube of aerogel or a mission cookie cutter.
JPL's Education Resource Center is offering a class in lunar certification and one about a Mars classroom activity.
The public is invited to attend a free symposium about climate change, hosted by JPL scientists with expertise in various Earth science fields. The event will be held Sat., Oct. 24.
Cassini scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will answer questions about Saturn from students who entered the Cassini Scientist for a Day essay contest.
To celebrate the Galileo mission's 20th anniversary, we've pulled a favorite fun activity from the archives: The Great Red Spot Pinwheel.
Now you can get social with NASA's teacher and family-friendly Space Place Web site, which now has a page on Facebook.
Here are a list of viewing tips and opportunities, and educational materials to accompany the impact event.
A K-12 project using radio astronomy may provide an opportunity for students to experience real science.
How can you apply exciting news about water molecules on the moon and ice on Mars to your classroom lessons?
A day-long conference in October will shine a light on sun-related missions.
It's time to put away the beach bag and bring out the backpack.
What can an instrument in space tell us about the fires tearing through southern California?
NASA's Solar System Educators Program, a nationwide network of highly motivated teachers, is now accepting applications from interested teachers.
A recent meteorite discovery on Mars and an edible classroom activity provide a scrumptious way to kick off the new school year with a meteorite lesson.