On September 4, over 240 students and teachers from Cleveland’s MC2 STEM and Lincoln-West schools, Cleveland Heights’ Gearity STEM Elementary School, and Berea’s Roehm Middle School joined NASA Glenn Research Center personnel at WVIZ/PBS ideastream's Westfield Insurance Studio Theatre™ to "Kick Off the Year with STEM!
NASA Endeavour shuttle pilot Greg Johnson, Glenn Research Center director Ray Lugo, and aerospace engineer Lance Foster discussed work in space with the student audience. You can experience their day with us by viewing the video production of the day’s events.
View a listing of all educational services and programs offered to schools by NASA.
Do your students need aerospace education activities? Look here for lessons and other learning resources!
Educational research has shown that students' interests in STEM education are formed during middle grades or earlier. See the resources NASA has assembled for middle school students through this link.
Teachers take note:
The Central Operation of Resources for Educators (NASA CORE), provides more than 200 video, slide, CD-ROM and DVD programs, chronicling NASA's state-of-the-art research and technology. Using these supplemental materials, teachers can aerospace to classroom studies of life science, physical science, Earth/space science, technology, engineering, mathematics, geography, and careers.
Join NASA’s aerospace education team by becoming a NASA Explorer School!
Imagine a world without science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. To help, here are some interesting animations from ideastream’s IMAGINE series to get you thinking about the daily benefits of STEM occupations.
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