Are you looking for ways to engage your students in NASA supported Earth Day activities? Join hosts Rachael Arens, Associate Researcher at NAU PLANETS & Michael Guarraia, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at NASA on Thursday, April 7th at 7pm CT/ 8pm ET as they welcome Dr. Trena Ferrell from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center to dive into NASA lessons and resources to highlight Earth Day!
Access registration here.
Also, we are pleased to share our past episodes with you from our updated NASA Community Page. Feel free to watch former episodes and reach out to the guests for further resource information!
Want to get involved?
The NASA AEROKATS and ROVER Education Network (AREN) will be accepting about 25 schools/clubs and are looking for a diverse group to pilot the "Exploring Surface Temperature using a NASA AREN TerraROVER" program.
Participating schools will receive instruction on the GLOBE Mission Earth Surface Temperature Measurement protocol, the My NASA Data Urban Heat Island Story Map learning activities and lessons, and more. They will also receive a TerraROVER for their school, with operations training, and data processing and visualization training. This program is appropriate for Grades 5-12.
● Workshop Dates: May 17th - 19th (three evenings)
● Workshop Times: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM ET
● Training materials will be provided (including a TerraROVER) Apply by April 1st to participate though this link: https://forms.gle/nbwc5t2pnrZXe5A5A