The EEAB NASA educational program uses the Earth System Science approach to engage students in grades 5-12 in the process of science through the use of astronaut photography. It also provides the opportunity for students to request a new astronaut image to be captured from the International Space Station to support their research.
Bridge Ocean Education Teacher Resource Center
The Association of American Geographers (AAG) offers an array of web resources for K-12 and college-level instruction. Reinforcing this year’s Earth Science Week theme of “Mapping Our World,” these materials support geographic approaches to Earth science education:
What is NITARP? NITARP, the NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program, gets teachers involved in authentic astronomical research. We partner small groups of educators with a mentor professional astronomer for an original research project. The educators incorporate the experience into their classrooms and share their experience with other teachers. The program runs January through January. Applications are available annually in May and due in September.
A six-day unit for middle school and high school students, developed by the 2008-2009 TESSE graduate student fellows.
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science