Students can build their own rocket!
Students can build their own rocket!

Calling all K-12 Educators!

Are you looking for ways to keep kids engaged and inspired, especially in this unique environment of in-person, hybrid, and distance learning?  

Are you interested in learning how to make an intimidating STEM topic, such as mathematics, more approachable to your students?

Are you curious how to use a tool, such as music, to make science more accessible to students?

Join us for the next FREE Inspire Educators Workshop series to get answers to these questions, and more!  The virtual Inspire Educator Workshop series – presented by AstraZeneca, DoD STEM, and the Science Channel – will feature a group of passionate educators and STEM professionals discussing innovative tools and tips you can utilize in your own classroom.  

Click here to learn more and view the speaker line-up.

Register Here!
Watch Combining STEM Superpowers On-Demand! 
In case you missed it, check out the "Combining STEM Superpowers" episode on-demand! Watch Dr. Tracy Fanara and Tamara Robertson with a Brain Break by NASA!

Educators, check out the student worksheets available on our website so your students can interact with the on-demand X-STEM talks! 

Watch the entire X-STEM All Access series here
Watch the Series Here!
How Does the SLS Rocket Fly? 

NASA’s powerful Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will launch NASA’s Artemis missions and its astronauts to the Moon. But how does a rocket fly? 

In this #NASAatHome​ video, Tracie Prater, an aerospace engineer at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, explains the basic components that help a rocket launch and fly beyond Earth’s orbit to deep space destinations like the Moon and Mars. 

Students can follow along and make their own SLS rocket with these SLS-themed NASA at Home activities, here!


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