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A searchable database of NASA's teaching materials by grade level, type, or subject matter. Download materials in PDF format directly from the site.
CORE serves as the worldwide distribution center for NASA-produced multimedia materials. For a minimal charge, CORE will provide a valuable service to educators unable to visit one of the NASA Educator Resource Centers by making NASA educational materials available through its mail order service.
Located at NASA centers across the United States, Educator Resource Centers help teachers learn about and use NASA's educational resources.
Engage your students in the wonders of space as they learn about spacesuits and spacewalks.
NASA has an engaging new program that brings the excitement of space exploration to kids learning to live a healthy lifestyle!
College and university students now have a chance to help design a deep-space habitat for the Exploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation ...› Read More
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Educational resources on living organisms in the space environment: humans, plants, space food and nutrition, space habitats, and life beyond Earth.
This activity sets the stage for students to host a show that features astronauts doing experiments or NASA experts explaining scientific concepts.
From the thousands of astronaut applications received, NASA has selected just 321 for the intensive Astronaut Candidate training program. This fact sheet lists those astronauts of African descent.
With just a few materials, building a paper model of the International Space Station (ISS). This publication contains a brief overview of the ISS, its parts, the science that occurs on board, instructions, and extensions for an interdisciplinary technology experience.
NASA's Beginning Engineering, Science and Technology (BEST) activities bring the principles of engineering alive to younger audiences.
Use inquiry-based activities to introduce radiation and its effect on living things in the context of a lunar outpost scenario.
Students will design, test, analyze and manage a space mission from initial concept to project funding while using this set of hands-on activities.
The exploration poster displays an artistic depiction of the ISS when it is complete.
The scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical foundations of rocketry provide exciting classroom opportunities for authentic hands-on, minds-on experimentation.