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NASA Explorer Schools invites teachers and their students to chat with a NASA expert and have their questions answered during a live video chat.
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New Users -- Benefits of Registration
NASA Explorer Schools invests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM educators to inspire and engage future scientists, engineers and technicians that NASA needs to continue our journey.
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.
To access the Virtual Campus you must register to become a NASA Explorer School participant. Participation in NES gives you free access to:
NASA Now Classroom Videos
Six to seven minute video programs featuring NASA careers and STEM concepts connected to real-world missions and projects.
A searchable lesson library linking the subjects you teach to NASA’s innovative research and scientific discoveries.
Training materials and live Web seminars to help you implement NASA lessons into your classroom.
Live Help Desk
Telephone and email support to help you find what you need.
Opportunities for teachers, students and schools for innovative integration of NES teaching materials and exemplary use of best practices in STEM education.
Live Video Chats
NASA experts who interact with your students through live online video chats.
Gather and share ideas and resources with other NES educators and NASA staff.
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