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Summer of Innovation

Summer of Innovation The Summer of Innovation project provides hands-on learning opportunities for middle school students and educators through NASA-unique science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, educational activities during the summer school break.

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Educator Activities

Digital Learning Network Digital Learning Network
Your students talk with NASA scientists and engineers via two-way video conference or webcast.

Teaching From Space Teaching From Space
Out-of-this-world learning experiences for students and educators.

NASA Volunteers NASA Volunteers
NASA speakers, mentors, science fair judges and more at your service.

Space Center Houston Space Center Houston  →
Take a field trip to Space Center Houston and tour NASA's Johnson Space Center. There are interactive exhibits, IMAX, Blast Off Theater and more for kids and adults of all ages. Students 14 and older can book a special “Level 9” behind-the-scenes tour of Johnson.

All Educator Programs
View the list of all educator programs.

Educator Training

Space Exploration Educators Conference  →
This conference is for Grades K-12 – and not just for science teachers! Space Center Houston strives to use space to teach across the curriculum. The activities presented can be used for science, language arts, mathematics, history, and more!

Middle School Aerospace Scholars  →
Gives teams of middle school teachers from across the state of Texas an opportunity to participate in a unique professional development project at Johnson.

NASA Explorer Schools
NES gives educators of grades 4-12 access to NASA’s people, missions, research and facilities. We have assembled a comprehensive set of NASA’s free classroom materials to help you teach dozens of STEM concepts.

Classroom Resources
Educator guides, lesson plans, multimedia and more.

Page Last Updated: December 2nd, 2013
Page Editor: NASA Administrator