NASA loves teachers, and they really know how to connect you with out of this world experiences. Take this example of an amazingly surreal experience as I ask a question about science education to Bill Nye the Science Guy and astronaut Doug Wheelock.
Make sure you follow the NASA Twitter accounts for lots of interesting information. It’s also where you’ll learn about the next NASA Tweetup. Who knows? Maybe you’ll see a rocket launch for three miles away or have a chance to meet an astronaut.
NASA Explorer Schools
Resources of 4-12 teachers to use in their classrooms. Also information about opportunities for both teachers and students.
NASA Digital Learning Network
Have a webchat with a NASA scientist and get students excited about STEM! Programs for k-12.
NASA Education Express Messages
Get weekly messages about all of the cool opportunities available. This way, you won’t miss a cool opportunity.
NASA Solar System Ambassadors
Want someone to come to your classroom and share information about the solar system? Contact a Solar System Ambassador. They will provide free outreach activities, and there are several ambassadors around Georgia.
And if you have any questions, feel free to contact me!