Students in grades 4 and above can go on a behind-the-scenes virtual tour from NASA’s Johnson Space Center and explore the Callisto technology experiment that is heading to the Moon during the Artemis mission.
Students gain exposure to the careers of the future as they discover how engineers used science to bring voice artificial intelligence, videoconferencing, telemetry, and more to deep space during NASA’s Artemis 1 flight test.
The 50-minute, interactive tour is aligned to Next Generation Science Standards and K–12 Computer Science Standards. The Teacher Toolkit includes a facilitation guide, worksheets, and other resources that support learning during the tour.
The gamelike tour is available for free on Kahoot! to all interested teachers and families. Students can play each other while learning about new deep space technology in NASA’s Artemis 1 flight test. No account is required. Teachers can preview the tour videos (without interactions) on YouTube.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) invite middle school and high school students to join A Space for Us All, a virtual educational experience examining and building on the legacy of achievement, connection, and knowledge of African Americans at NASA.
Better Health in Action: From Classroom to Community is an initiative of global biopharmaceutical company Takeda and edtech company Discovery Education. The two companies have partnered to offer health equity and STEM education topics to students, educators, and families in grades 6–8, free of charge.
Have you ever wished you could see into the minds of your students? The Smithsonian Science Education Center has partnered with FableVision Studios to create a new animated web series that helps teachers do just that.