Search

NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) SATELLITE ORBITS
Resource
  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Satellite Orbits teaches students about the purpose, function, and orbits of satellites. Then, they plot positional data of several satellites to...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) BIOMES
Resource
  • Biology
  • High School
Biomes teaches students about the Earth's ecosystems or biomes. Students explore the six spheres within the Earth system and discuss how they are...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) LUNAR HABITATS- HOME ON THE MOON
Resource
Lunar Habitats - Home on the Moon teaches students about the design of lunar habitats and then as teams explore the mathematical relationships...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) THE COLORS OF ICE
Resource
  • Earth and Space Science
  • High School
The Colors of Ice introduces students to the topics of polarized light and birefringence. Working in groups, students use polarizing films to examine...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Resource
In Case of Emergency introduces students to NASA technology and how basic laws of motion relate to spacecraft safety. Working in teams, students...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) MAKING WAVES
Resource
Making Waves asks students to organize different energy images into a logical pattern. Working in teams, students investigate and research different...
NASA ECLIPS: (HIGH SCHOOL) COOLING OFF
Resource
Cooling Off introduces students to the challenge of maintaining temperatures while in space. Thinking and acting like scientists and engineers,...
NASA ECLIPS INTERACTIVE LESSON: SOLAR IMAGES (ELEMENTARY)
Resource
  • Physical Science
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
In this activity participants will create a picture of the sun that can then be examined with colored filters to simulate how specialized instruments...
NASA ECLIPS: REVEALING MAGNETIC FIELD
Resource
Objective: To observe the magnetic field around a bar magnet.
NASA ECLIPS: EXPLORING CRATERS
Resource
  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
In this activity students will use ultraviolet light to observe materials that cannot be seen with the naked eye.