Monthly Archives: March 2010

NASA Education Robotics Resource

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The topic of our newest DIY Podcast module is Robots. You’ll find a lot of information, links, images and downloadable audio and video clips in the module. But there’s another resource that may help your students when they’re researching robots and developing their podcast scripts. The NASA Education Robotics Web site  is a central location for robotics-related educational products and opportunities, videos and interactive modules.

 

The site includes information about the STS-131 space shuttle mission scheduled to launch in April 2010. Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, an educator and mission specialist, is a robotic arm operator on STS-131. The robotics site features video messages for students and teachers from Metcalf-Lindenburger. The site also includes an image gallery students can use to enhance their podcasts about robots.


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Meet Us at NSTA

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We’re taking the show on the road. If you are going to be at the NSTA 2010 National Conference in Philadelphia March 18–21, be sure to look us up. NASA will have several exhibits at the conference in the 840 section of the exhibit hall. There also will be more than 70 NASA and NASA–related workshops throughout the conference. On Saturday, March 20, our NASA’s Do-It-Yourself Podcast presentation will be from 2-3 p.m. in Hall D, Room 17, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. During this session, we will show you how to get started with your podcasts and answer your questions. If you are currently using DIY Podcast modules, please come and share your ideas with us.

See you in Philly!

NASA@NSTA schedule

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