Nasa Wavelength Provides Free Educational Resources for All Levels

In this age of austerity budgets, when schools are trying to prepare young people for the future with smaller and smaller budgets, free educational resources from one of the worlds leading scientific institutions can only be a good thing. Via Phys.org:
"Called NASA Wavelength, the site features hundreds of resources organized by topic and audience level from elementary to college, and out-of-school programs that span the extent of NASA science. Educators at all levels can locate educational resources through information on educational standards, subjects and keywords and other relevant details, such as learning time required to carry out a lesson or an activity, cost of materials and more. "NASA Wavelength not only lets users find nearly everything they want to know about NASA science, but it also allows them to provide direct feedback to NASA to enhance our products," said Stephanie Stockman, education lead for NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) in Washington. "This truly is a living, digital library of resources that will allow educators to find and share the best of NASA science education resources to advance their teaching."

Read the full article at phys.org or just head straight over to nasawavelength.org.
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