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Mars Education program lesson plans include elements of inquiry based learning that are aligned to the National Standards and problem-based learning.
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The camp guides below provide examples of one-day, two-day and week-long programs. Each day contains six to eight hours of activities totaling more than 35 hours of instructional time. The camp template will help you develop an appropriate learning progression that focuses on the concepts necessary to engage in learning. The activities and experiences in the guides come from NASA’s vast collection of educational materials.› Related Professional Development
This camp centers on the mathematical and design principles of flight design.
This camp centers on developing an appropriate learning progression that focuses on the concepts necessary to learn about engineering.
This camp centers on the characteristics of living things, astrobiology, exoplanets and adaptations to the space environment.
This camp centers on the past, present, and future exploration of Mars.
This camp centers on the atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, biosphere, and geosphere of Earth.
This camp centers on the engineering design process and how we can envision, develop and build robots to help us in our work.
This camp centers on developing an appropriate learning progression that focuses on the concepts necessary to learn about rockets.
This camp centers on the scale, exploration and composition of the planets, moons and other objects.