NASA Materials for the Classroom
The NASA Office of Education works collaboratively with NASA's mission directorates to promote education as an integral component of every major NASA research and development mission. These efforts result in innovative and informative educational materials that engage student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. NASA makes these resources available in convenient ways:
The NASA Website
NASA.gov serves as the gateway for information on missions, research, programs and services offered by NASA. The educational sections provide educators access to curriculum support materials and resources produced through collaborations with NASA's mission directorates. Educator guides, classroom activities, posters, lithographs, brochures and bookmarks may be downloaded and printed from the following location:
NASA Education EXPRESS E-mail Sign-up
Sign up for announcements about NASA products and activities.
NASA's ERC Network
The NASA ERCs are located throughout the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. ERCs offer information about NASA and its educational resources and services. Personnel provide inservice and pre-service training using NASA curriculum support materials. ERC team members also collaborate with educational organizations to foster systemic initiatives at local, state and regional levels.
MSFC Educator Resource Center
The center serves the following five-state region: Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri and Tennessee.
The educational section of NASA.gov provides educators with access to curriculum support materials and resources produced through collaborations with NASA mission experts.
Education Materials on NASA.gov
This area lists the current NASA educational products available. Throughout the year, NASA produces new items and revises existing products.
Easy Ways to Obtain NASA Educational Materials
Learn how to obtain NASA curriculum support materials.