• Real World: Earth Systems

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    On our NASA site at: https://nasaeclips.arc.nasa......
    Earth is a dynamic system. In this video, middle school students will learn how the diverse subsystems of the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere interact in complex ways. Students will learn how the global Earth system is changing, and how mathematical modeling is used by scientists to improve prediction of climate, weather and natural hazards. Show less
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  • Our World (K-5) Play all

    Elementary students (grades K-5) learn more about Our World through the power of video segments. Through NASAs lens, the segments compare the natural world with the designed world, illustrating the ways to make the most of this world while propelling us into new worlds. This program is designed to supplement existing elementary learning objectives not only in STEM, but also in reading, writing, and visual and performing arts.
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  • Real World (6-8) Play all

    Middle school students (grades 6-8) explore mathematics in action through Real World. These video segments connect classroom mathematics to 21st-century careers and innovations. Learning experiences are aligned with middle school mathematics standards of learning, and are designed for students to develop an appreciation for mathematics through real-world problem solving.
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  • Launchpad (9-12) Play all

    High school students ignite their interest in science and engineering through NASA innovations in Launchpad. Video segments support project-based and problem-based learning experiences in science, mathematics, and career and technical education classrooms.
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  • NASA SME² Student-Produced Videos Play all

    NASA Subject-Matter Expert as Educator (SME²) videos are produced for students, by students. This video series answers career and STEM questions that kids want to know!
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