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NASA Goes to School
NASA has a long history of providing educational materials to teachers. These sites
continue that tradition.
Welcome to NASA's Education Program
This is NASA Headquarters education page. Contains links to other NASA education programs
and a variety of other educational pages.
Spacelink has been around since 1988. Its extensive collection has over 13,000 files.
This site uses remote-sensed data to construct knowledge about the world, forecast
space weather, and investigate tropical storms viewed from space. The material is
intended for direct use by students with appropriate assistance from teachers. Exposes
science students to powerful computational tools.
Liftoff to Space Exploration
Keep track of liftoffs, space walks, the space shuttle and everything out there.
NASA Classroom of the Future
This site combines information with online projects and teacher workshops. It is a
cooperative program with Wheeling Jesuit University and serves as NASA's premier research
and development center for educational technologies.
NASA Just for Kids
Aimed at elementary school children, this site has interactive games and learning
sessions. In addition it has a wonderful anti-drug site, Explore Space - Not Drugs
NASA's Quest Project
The Ames Research Center has developed a site with a variety of activities, a calendar
of online events, and their own Internet video series.
A public access site for Earth and space data. It contains pictures of the Earth,
planets, stars, and other cool stuff,
as well as the stories behind those images.
A newsletter type of site about scientific inquiry.
This Goddard Space Flight Center site is a learning center for young astronomers.
Material is grade leveled.
The Teacher's Corner
Another GSFC site features multidisciplinary classroom activities. Lesson plans are