9-12 (High School)
Places to find Citizen Science projects (they aren't all astronomy related):
Citizen Science Central (Cornell Lab of Ornithology) http://www.birds.cornell.edu/citscitoolkit/projects read more »
NASA and Microsoft collaborated to create a Web site where Internet users can have fun while advancing their knowledge of Mars. read more »
There are a lot of great resources for educators on asteroids and small solar system bodies on the Dawn site.
Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum read more »
The Impact Cratering Lab exercises introduce a geologic process that has had major consequences for the geology of all solid bodies in the solar system and for the biology of Earth. read more »
Help scientist do real science by helping to identify surface features on the Moon - craters and boulders. A fun way to get involved in real science using real data.
Pushing the Envelope: A NASA Guide to Engines: A Guide for Educators and Students with Chemistry, Physics, and Math ActivitiesPosted July 20th, 2010 by admin
The Educator's Guide for grades 9-12 aids in teaching math, physics, and chemistry concepts from the viewpoint of propulsion and aeronautics. It is aligned with national standards. read more »
Updated Rockets Educator Guide (2008).
History of rockets, how rockets work, applying Newton's Laws. read more »
Solar scientists need you! read more »
The aim of Moon Zoo is to provide detailed crater counts for as much of the Moon's surface as possible. read more »