logo EIS Ship, Logo and kids in black and white for high school

The projects and activities listed in this category are for High School & University Students. They are designed for students ages 14 though university.

21st Century education is tasked with preparing the next generation to succeed in life in a technologically fast developing world. The focus of this session uses STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities to teach students (ages 6 to 18) how to think critically and solve problems in our rapidly changing world.  The hands-on approaches are designed to help teachers guide students in developing these important skills.  The activities involve easily attainable materials and many of the activities are resourced from NASA.  The in-class examples of problem solving resources leads to preparing students to solve real world problems.

Presented:  3/7-9 2019

Presenter:  Frances Dellutri 

Event: GHOU Asian Conference

Attendees: Nepal and international Teachers  of students grade 8 - 12

 Topics: Science:  Physics: wave behavior,

Astronomy/Technology: radio telescope use

Scientific Investigation, Data Collection and Analysis

Math: Inverse Square Law, graping

Engineering: Designing 'Ear' Antennae

SpacEdge Education, the educational arm of the National Space Society is delighted that you are interested in the debates scheduled for  ISDC 2019 !

In this segment you will find resources, explanations, and tips on the 2019 spUN Debates.  SpacEdge Education is excited to have you participate in the debates this year and know that your experience in international cooperation and collaboration will be amazing!  By joining the spUN Debates you will lend your voice in suggesting the construction of space policy and good governance to pave the way for humankind to  raise and consider issues to help us live harmoniously in space!