Bring NASA Into Your Classroom With the NASA Explorer School Program

NASA Explorer Schools Program

Visit the NES website to learn about the free science materials, training, and support NASA offers to participating teachers.

Are you a teacher working with grades 4-12? Do you need better standards based Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) content for the classroom? Do you want free curriculum materials and the professional support to successfully implement those lessons and activities in the classroom? The NASA Explorer School (NES) program is for you!

The NASA Explorer Schools Program provides free lesson plans, activities, and professional development opportunities centered on NASA missions, careers, and STEM concepts. A searchable lesson library offers materials based around STEM topics and NASA research. NES offers free and engaging videos and live chats to directly involve students in a dialogue with NASA professionals. NES provides free live support for all educational materials and offers regular professional development opportunities for participating educators.

The NES program is a great way to find new STEM materials and the support to use them in your classroom. To find out more about the program and to submit a registration form, please visit the NASA Explorer School website at http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/national/nes2/home/index.html

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