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High school teachers face many challenges — but spending lots of time finding space and earth science supplemental educational materials shouldn’t be one of them.

The Women in Planetary Science recommend the NASA websites below as a starting point for high school teachers interested in using more NASA and NASA-sponsored materials in the classroom.  We are also working on a set of profiles of women in planetary science that may be of use to your students as they explore possible careers in space science.

Good luck — and please add your own ideas and resources in the comments; we will update this page frequently.

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  1. January 18, 2013 2:36 pm

    ASP’s 125th Annual Meeting, July 20-24 in San Jose, CA, featuring the triennial Cosmos in the Classroom conference (I went last time and it was great!) and the annual Education & Public Outreach conference (Susan had a poster in this part of the meeting a few years ago), running concurrently this year and available to all participants registering for either conference. More details and links are below, including info about a new, “super-early-bird” registration rate available for a limited time…

  2. Jennifer Gunn permalink
    February 20, 2010 4:45 pm

    Thank you so much for these great resources!

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