|Posted on Jul 17, 2009 01:32:11 PM | Deana Nunley | |||
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, we're also looking forward to the flight of our next spacecraft that will replace the shuttle after it retires in 2010. The Constellation Program is in the works to replace the Space Shuttle Program. NASA Education's new DIY Podcast module, Rocket Evolution, looks at past, present and future NASA rockets. Students can use Apollo and space shuttle video and audio clips along with animation of future spacecraft to show how rockets include technology built on what's already been learned.
Student podcasts created with this module will support National Science Education Standards, including:
• Abilities of technological design
• Understanding about science and technology
• Science technology and society
Student podcasts built using the Rocket Evolution module will also support the International Technology Education Association educational standard: Students will develop an understanding of the relationships among technologies and the connections between technology and other fields of study.
In addition to audio and video clips, the Rocket Evolution module features information to help students write a podcast script, along with links to related resources and images.
DIY Podcast Home
DIY Podcast: Rocket Evolution
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Tags : Apollo, Apollo 40th Anniversary, Constellation, Education Standards, Rocket Evolution, Rockets