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STEM Lessons From – and About – Space

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Whether you seek images of the cosmos to enhance your science class, hands-on activities to make forces and motion come to life, or free professional development webinars, look no further than NASA Education’s home page and its resources for educators.

The Pluto Toolkit, for, example, will keep the New Horizons mission fresh long after the July 14 flyby. Want to see how polar sea ice has changed over the past quarter century? Check out NASA’s Climate Time Machine.  Or download a mobile app. There’s even a weekly game to hone your student’s knowledge of world geography, based on “where over the world is astronaut Scott Kelly” aboard the International Space Station.

The sky’s the limit.

 

 

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