The guide is designed to be used as single activities or combined to form mini-units. read more »
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 »
Wall-E Learns About Proportion Video вЂ“ Grades K-8
A fun short video clip.
Students calculate the diameter of the moon with the help of Wall-E the mischievous robot. read more »
The Imagine the Universe site includes educational resources for astrophysics topics: read more »
Exploring Space Through Algebra -- Grades 7-12 read more »
Space Exploration AP -- Grades 11-12 read more »
Students explore how a stellar occultation occurs, how planetary atmospheres can be discovered, and how planetary diameters can be determined using actual light curves from stellar occultation events. read more »
Students explore the relationship between angular width, actual size, and distance by using their finger, thumb and fist as a unit of angular measurement in this hands-on activity.