Educator Guides

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New NASA eClips™ Educator Guides have recently been added to this site! 
Look to the right of the main panel and you’ll see a new “button” that points to new guides as they are added.

 

Please use this space for feedback about NASA eClips™ Educator Guides.  We’d love to know how you use them with your students.  Please share student reactions, too.

 

6 thoughts on “Educator Guides

  1. Kathryn Burke Post author

    I often use the NASA web site with my fourth grade class. The scheduled eClip training events are not possible for me to attend at this time. Have you considered doing teacher training with a eClips? Is that a possibility?

  2. NASA eClips Educator Post author

    The NASA eClips educators LOVE working with teachers. The challenge is reaching teachers all across the country.

    What kind of training do you have in mind? Face-to-face? Virtual? Webinar?

    Please contact us at nasaeClips@nianet.org to continue this conversation. When you email us, please be sure to include your geographic location.

    Anyone else out there interested in NASA eClips professional development? Let us know!

  3. Linda Post author

    I am very interested in the eclips, I just finished watching OUR WORLD.

    We were a NASA Exployer School and learned much from our experience. Looking to explore a STEM curriculum.

    Any ideas?

  4. Sharon Bowers Post author

    In addition to the NASA eClips segments and educator resources, you’ll find links to some NASA resources beneath some of the video segments.

    And … take a look at the Design Process Packet in the Teacher Toolkit.

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