|Posted on Jul 25, 2011 11:39:33 AM | John Entwistle | 0 Comments ||
We hope you’ve been enjoying your summer vacation! As you gear up for the 2011-2012 school year, don’t forget about NASA Explorer Schools’ wealth of classroom resources. Last year, NES teachers participated in more than 1,100 activities. Many teachers commented on how easy it was to integrate NES activities into their curriculum and how using them increased their students’ interest in STEM topics.And there’s much more to look forward to in the upcoming year!Throughout the school year, NES will add 20 new lessons to the existing teaching materials library, along with a number of associated professional development videos and webinars.NES will kick off the 2011-2012 NASA Now Season with its first event, Clouds and Earth's Radiant Energy System. Chief Engineer Gary Fleming will explain how studying electromagnetic energy can help predict climate change. Information about this event will be posted on Aug. 17.Visit the Virtual Campus to find the complete set of NES classroom resources as you plan your 2011-2012 curriculum. Remember, the NES staff is available throughout the summer to answer any questions or provide additional support in integrating NES resources into your curriculum.Enjoy the rest of the summer!
Link to the NES Virtual Campus participant's home page.
Tags : Education Point of Interest, K-12 Education, NES Project Update