NASA’s Expedition Earth and Beyond (EEAB) Program promotes student-led research investigation in the classroom using NASA data and resources. It also provides opportunities to connect with NASA or university scientists. Throughout the semester, the program is offering a number of free online teacher trainings, as well as classroom connection opportunities that will connect teachers and students with scientists. Upcoming events include:
- Nov. 1, 6:30-7:45pm ET – Teacher Training Webinar, Grades 4-12 – Introduces and trains participants on the use of the Blue Marble Matches activity, which will help bring comparative planetology to the classroom. http://1.usa.gov/rYaYnN
- Nov. 8, 6:30-7:45pm ET – Teacher Training Webinar, Grades 4-12 – Introduces and trains participants on strategies to use to transform students into researchers in the classroom. http://1.usa.gov/vpaKXD
- Nov. 15, 1:30-2:45pm ET – Classrooms Connection Webinar: Mars Rovers and Langers: Past, Present and Future – Connects students with a scientist from the NASA Johnson Space Center, who will discuss missions to the surface of Mars and the upcoming MSL lander mission. http://1.usa.gov/uvDoQx
- Nov. 29, 6:30-7:45pm ET – Teacher Training Webinar, Grades 4-12 – Introduces and trains participants on the use of the Expedition Earth and Beyond Student Scientist Guidebook, allowing students to model the process of science as they conduct a research investigation. http://1.usa.gov/thYDfy
To check out other events being offered throughout the semester, please visit http://1.usa.gov/uuve22.