Social Media (NASA) - https://www.nasa.gov/socialmedia
NASA Education Homepage http://education.nasa.govGeneral Search Engine for NASA sites http://search.spacelink.nasa.gov/
A-Z Index for Educators:
Apps - JPL - http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/apps/
ALLSTAR Network--Aeronautics Learning Laboratory http://www.allstar.fiu.edu/
Amazing Space (HST Educational site): http://amazing-space.stsci.edu/
Astro-Venture http://astroventure.arc.nasa.gov - an interactive, multimedia Web site in which students role-play NASA careers, as they search for, and design, a planet that would be habitable to humans. After exploring what humans need to survive and why, students can engage in mission modules, which allow them to simulate how scientists search for habitable planets.
Center for Educational Resources (CERES) Project http://btc.montana.edu/ceres/ An extensive library of on-line and interactive K-12 science education materials for teaching astronomy. Aligned with the NRC National Science Education Standards, ... several on-line NASA data search engines and two graduate level distance learning courses, available over the internet to K-12 teachers.
Chimpanzees--NASA Chimps-- http://www.savethechimps.org/chimps_space.asp
Clickworkers. Identifying craters on Mars and classifying them by age, from Mars Orbiter images. These are examples of scientific tasks that require human perception and common sense, but may not require a lot of scientific training. http://clickworkers.arc.nasa.gov/
CORE -- Central Operations for Resources for Educators - http://www.nasa.gov/education/core
CU-SeeMe: http://umbra.gsfc.nasa.gov/spartan/ask_astronomers.html " students and the general public were encouraged to discuss theSpartan mission during two planned "Ask the Astronomers"sessions. (Sept. 8-9, 1995). Dr. Madhulika Guhathakurta and Dr. Leonard Strachanwill were available at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston at the IP connection address 188.8.131.52 to answer questions and explain the purpose and goals of the Spartan 201 solar physics mission.
Data Center - National Space Science Data Center http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Digital library for earth system education -- http://www.dlese.org/
Directory -- Space Science Education Resource Directory http://teachspacescience.stsci.edu
Earth Observatory http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/
eClips - http://www.nasa.gov/education/nasaeclips - more than 55 short, 5-10 minute video segments.
Expert Directory - Earth Science - http://experts.nasa.gov - contains profiles and contact information for nearly 100 NASA and NASA-funded experts in a searchable database. Reporters can search for sources by area of expertise, name, keywords, organization or location. Experts' research areas span a wide range of Earth sciences, from climate and weather to natural hazards and ecosystems.
NASA Eyes - http://eyes.nasa.gov/ - Eyes on the Earth; Eyes on the Solar System; Eyes on Exoplanets....
Headquarters for NASA http://www.hq.nasa.gov/
History of NASA
HubbleConstant.com http://www.HubbleConstant.com, a Web site that NASA hopes will become the ultimate information clearinghouse on the cosmos. "It's meant for the science-attentive audience," said John Horack, director of science at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, where the Web site is maintained.
IDEAS Grants -- The Initiative to Develop Education through Astronomy and Space Science (IDEAS) http://ideas.stsci.edu/ is a grant program which funds START-UP educational outreach projects that team educators with scientists.Imagine the Universe http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov dedicated to a discussion about our Universe... what we know about it, how it is evolving, and the kinds of objects and phenomena it contains. Also how scientists know what they know, what mysteries remain, and how they might one day find the answers to these questions. Intended primarily for ages 14 and up. International Space Station -- sightings (by city) http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/SSapplications/Post/SightingData/sighting_index.html JPL
Learning Technologies Channel http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/ltc/index.html -- part of NASA Quest) located at NASA/Ames Research Center is a source of live, interactive science programs
Lift off to Space Exploration http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/
LiftOff To Learning Educational Videos http://spacelink.nasa.gov/Instructional.Materials/NASA.Educational.Products/#EV -- Can be gotten at NASA Education Centers or NASA CORE T http://core.nasa.gov/
Live From Mars http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/lfm/
Live from Mars http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/mars -- July 4th (1997) NASA lands the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft on the Red Planet... Support materials suggesting hands-on Activities and workshop topics for museum educators are being developed by AMNH and PTK. PTK's Web site at http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/mars provides extensive background on the mission, and links to other valuable Mars sites. Questions? Contact Amie Gallagher at AMNH (email@example.com) or Geoff Haines-Stiles (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mars Surveyor Orbiter model http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msp98/model.html--Build Your Own Mars Orbiter Spacecraft Model
Mathmatics -- Practical Uses of Math and Science -- PUMAS (poo' á mas) http://pumas.jpl.nasa.gov/ is a collection of one-page examples of how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including everyday life. The examples are written primarily by scientists and engineers, and are available to teachers, students, and other interested parties via the PUMAS Web Site. Our goal is to capture, for the benefit of pre-college education, the flavor of the vast experience that working scientists have with interesting and practical uses of math and science... -- Ralph Kahn PUMAS Editor and Founder
Metrics In Space: http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov go to Instructional Materials, Curriculum Materials, MathematicsMillennium Project http://www.mars2030.net The Mars Millennium Project, an official White House Millennium Council Youth Initiative, challenges students across the nation to design a community yet to be imagined - for the planet Mars.
Moon "conspiracy" -- There's a good discussion on Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy Home Page at http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/tv/foxapollo.html. Also, http://pirlwww.lpl.arizona.edu/~jscotti/NOT_faked/
Museums and Planetarium Resources http://mo-www.harvard.edu/spacescienceaccess/;
Museum Alliance partners - https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/Visit
Neurolab Online http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/neuron/
Online From Jupiter: http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/jupiter.html For Gopher area access: quest.arc.nasa.gov; see Interactive Projects directory - Via E-mail: To receive regularly updated information online, join the "updates-jup" list: Send an E-mail message to: email@example.com-- In the message body, write EXACTLY the following: subscribe updates-jup History of Lunar and Planetary Exploration http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/chrono.html
National Space Science Data Center http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Paper Models of NASA Spacecraft http://www.perkins-observatory.org/education.html
Quest (Ames) http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/ -- has pathways to schools online, ways of meeting NASA scientists online, home of many of the "Live From..." series
Radio Jove http://radiojove.gsfc.nasa.gov/ secondary school students collect and analyze observations of the natural radio emissions of the planet Jupiter and the Sun.
Resources for Teaching Middle School http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/enter2.cgi?0309057817.html book is online at National Academy Press
Solar System Exporation Pages http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/
Solar System Simulator http://space.jpl.nasa.gov/
Space Calendar: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/calendar/ covers space-related activities and anniversaries for the coming year anonymous ftp to explorer.arc.nasa.gov --file pub/SPACE/FAQ/space.calendar. Compliled by Ron Baalke.
Space Grants -- http://calspace.ucsd.edu/spacegrant/ The National Space Grant College and Fellowship ProgramSpace Place (JPL) http://spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov -
Space Science Resource Directory http://teachspacescience.stsci.edu/
Space Updates http://www.spaceupdate.com/ -- The Rice Space Institute at Rice University has created the online, up-to-date, earth and space digital museum accessible to the general public, by constructing interactive displays of real-time earth and space science data, developed and tested at the Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS).Spacecraft--A Field Guide to American Spacecraft http://aesp.nasa.okstate.edu/fieldguide/
Spaceflight--The Basics of Spaceflight Learners' Workbook http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/basics/
Spacelink: http://spacelink.nasa.gov/.index.html Activities: Space Based Astronomy--http://spacelink.nasa.gov/Instructional.Materials/NASA.Educational.Products/Space.Based.Astronomy/
Spinoffs from the Space Program
StarChild Project: http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/ or http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/StarChild.html Center for Young Astronomers
Starshine (Project) http://www.azinet.com/starshine/ -- A small, optically reflective spherical "STARSHINE" spacecraft is being built by Utah technology students for deployment from a Hitchhiker canister in a Space Shuttle orbiter into a highly inclined low earth orbit in the spring of 1999. Nearly 900 mirrors are being polished by students in grades 4-12 all over the world for mounting on the surface of this spacecraft to reflect sunlight to observers on Earth.
Student Observation Network -- http://son.nasa.gov/ -- View live images of the Sun (click on the "Sun-Earth Viewer link near top left), watch interviews of scientists, track solar storms, live data links. Sun images and Earth images (e.g. for aurora) in various wavelengths.
Tragedy/Disaster -- Resources for talking with children about the tragedy are on the Challenger Center Web site: http://www.challenger.org/Talkwithkids.htmThe Tech Museum of Innovation On-Line Exhibits http://www.thetech.org/exhibits_events/online/
Video-conference schedule -- Ask a Scientist http://space.rice.edu/hmns/dlt/videosched.html
Videos from Goddard - http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-gsfc
Warp Drive, When?" http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/PAO/warp.htm
Windows to the Universe http://www.windows.umich.edu/