NSTA - Ft. Lauderdale -- NASA eClips for Elementary Students: Effective Ways to Engage Students in Science

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Published on November 12, 2009

Author: swbowers

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NASA eclips are short, educational video segments that can be integrated into standards-based curriculum, highlighting real-world applications of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This PP was used in an NSTA presentation in Ft. Lauderdale.

Sharon Bowers National Institute of Aerospace

Member Universities Georgia Tech Hampton University North Carolina A&T State University North Carolina State University University of Maryland University of Virginia Virginia Tech The College of William & Mary Old Dominion University

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21 st Century Resources How would you describe Millennial Learners?

 

Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant?

Are you a digital native or

a digital immigrant?

Anderson & Krathwohl, et al, 2000 Bloom, et al, 1956

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NASA 360: NASA in Your Home

Educator Materials

 

Math Models

NASA web site www.nasa.gov/education/nasaeclips

www.youtube.com/nasaeclips YouTube site Where access to YouTube.com is restricted, try www.zamzar.com or Firefox download extensions.

www.youtube.com/nasaeclips

NASA Portal

MY NASA

Do It Yourself Podcasts

Internet Archives

 

Exploration: Then and Now

Navigation: Then and Now

Fit Explorer Challenge Lunar Nautics Opportunities for Integration

Fit Explorer Challenge

Lunar Nautics

Take the "Cratering the Moon" Challenge one step further with the Moon Math Supplemental Guide activities. Students will: 1) approximate the area and volume of a classroom-made crater, 2) calculate and compare the scale of lunar craters to classroom craters, and 3) observe how the size, mass, and angle of impact of a projectile affect the area and volume of a crater.

Star Count Scientific protocol to gather and record data about stars …

S’COOL Scientific protocol to gather and record data from ground observations of clouds …

 

 

 

Graphical Dictionaries

The journey begins now … … are you ready? … are your students ready? Needed: 21 st Explorers

The journey begins now …

… are you ready?

… are your students ready?

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