11.30.11 - Having the right tool for the job is important when working in space.
Check out NASA's microgravity site featuring resources for projects and activities for the classroom.
If you live in North America, you can watch the last eclipse of 2011 this Saturday morning before sunrise.
Bring real-time information from the International Space Station into your classroom with this interactive website.
NASA astronaut Dan Burbank delivers a special Thanksgiving message from the International Space Station.
11.15.11 - During the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Conference held Nov. 7-13, 2011, NASA collaborated with the University of Hawai’i Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES) to share the excitement of exploration and robotics technology with elementary school children and even some APEC delegates.
11.09.11 - As part of International Education Week, more than 150 students learned about living and working in space from space station Commander Mike Fossum.
Videoconference with experts to explore how Newton's laws apply to racecars and what those cars have in common with airplanes.
Part of the Digital Earth Watch network, Picture Post allows users to upload photographs and measure environmental change in their neighborhoods.
10.26.11 - NASA Education gives back to America's military families.
10.19.11 - NASA recently invited students and the general public to Ames Research Center to tour NASA's next generation airborne observatory, called SOFIA.
10.17.11 - Belvedere Plantation in Fredericksburg, Va., is one of seven U.S. farms that chose to highlight NASA by having a space-themed corn maze carved into its cornfields.
Educator astronaut Ricky Arnold is part of the crew for this 13-day underwater mission.› NEEMO 15 Education and Public Outreach Activities and Events
10.19.11 - John Williams' two winning entries promote space science learning by encouraging exploration and interaction.
10.14.11 - Students have the chance to envision and design their own experiment for the ultimate prize -- flying it on the International Space Station.
10.12.11 - Read about women at NASA who are making a difference in the study of our home planet.
Log in every Thursday through Oct. 27, 2011, to ask questions and get answers from NASA experts on a variety of subjects.
10.03.11 - Classrooms to become mini mission control centers.
10.05.11 - The Global Water Experiment explores water filtration on Earth and in space.
Educators learned how to apply NASA content resources in their classrooms during the Airborne Research Experiences for Educators program this summer.