NASA - Microsoft Hacking STEM Lessons on the International Space Station
Want to learn more about NASA and Microsoft's Hacking STEM lessons? This share-a-thon presentation shows lessons that allow students to collect live data via sensors and build engineering designs to solve real problems the crew members face on the International Space Station. Explore how you can use these lessons with students in the classroom! You can implement them with students grades 6-12 in any educational setting. Join NESTA today!
NASA STEM Spectrometer Video (right-click or control-click to download)
- Matthew Wallace, NASA Education Specialist, NASA Johnson Space Center
- NASA Collection at the Microsoft Hacking STEM Library
- Article about the NASA Collection
- Microsoft Hacking STEM Library