04-Oct-2012 - 5:00 - 6:00 PM Eastern
Target Audience: Grades 4 - 12
Presented by AESP Specialist: Steve Culivan
The International Space Station (ISS) is a unique and exciting "classroom" in space. This webshop session will explore living and working on the ISS. NASA STEM inquiry activities and on-line resources will bring this orbiting "classroom" to YOUR classroom here on Earth. Newton's Laws of Motion, space food and nutrition, spacesuits and even how do you go to the bathroom in space are some of the topics explored during the "out of this world" webshop. Come and fill your head with "space".
Materials Needed (optional, if participating in activities along with presenter):
Participants will explore how astronauts live and work in the harsh environment of space, specifically on board the International Space Station, using NASA resourses. They will also learn teaching strategies and how to integrate NASA classroom activities to ehhance their existing STEM curriculum.