Join this team of Secondary Earth Science Educators as they share resources
and strategies for teaching using data from radio and space telescopes, and from
Investigate Stellar and Galactic Evolution Using NASA’s Universe of
Learning (UoL) JS9 STEM Image Analysis Tools and Data.
NASA’s Universe of Learning web-based image analysis tools, tutorials,
activities, and database to investigate and research the properties, chemistry,
physics, mechanics and variability of stars, binary systems, Type Ia & Type
II supernovas, stellar cores, dark matter and galaxies.
Did the ground move near me? FREE app/website to access seismic data
and explore local and global ground motion
Station Monitor, mobile
and desktop friendly, allows you to answer the question “Did the ground move
near me?” You can quickly find a station near you or search a global station map
to explore recent ground motions, learn about recent earthquakes and other
ground shaking events (e.g. hurricanes).
Recent Earthquake Teachable Moments
A large earthquake,
especially when it makes the news, can capture a student's attention. Teachable
Moments bring knowledge, insight, and critical thinking to your students
following a newsworthy earthquake.
Donna Young (NASA/NSO/UoL Program Manager: Laughlin, NV), Michael Hubenthal (IRIS | Earthscope Consortium: Washington, DC), Tammy Bravo (IRIS | Earthscope Consortium: Washington, DC)