|Posted on Nov 06, 2009 11:14:26 AM | Deana Nunley | 1 Comments ||
When students are searching for more information to build their products with the DIY Podcast activity, NASA TV is a good place to look. You can watch live events, including live space station video and mission coverage.
NASA Television is a multichannel, digital service that includes the NASA TV Education Channel, which provides grade-level programming for teachers and students. You may refer to the NASA Television Education File for the monthly programming schedule. Much of the educational programming is theme-related. Monthly themes are listed at the top of the Web page, and a link to the previous month's theme is listed at the bottom of the page.
The education file also provides links to information on sources for viewing NASA TV, how to get digital NASA TV and a list of program descriptions. As you click through the educational programming descriptions, you'll find links to CORE, the Central Operation of Resources for Educators, where you can order many of the videos. You'll also find links to NASA eClips™ that are available for online viewing.
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