Mad Science Courtesy of NASA

Young people in San Diego are enjoying Mad Science courtesy of NASA Space Academy.  At La Mesa Community Center, the rudimentary introduction to outer space is presented by teachers with names like “Miss Curiosity” and “Galaxy Gaby.” The goal...

Working with PBS and NASA on a Science Curriculum

A teacher working with PBS and NASA on a new science curriculum will get to test those lessons with her  students in the fall. Sara Barcellona, a math and science teacher at Brown-Barge Middle School in Pensacola Florida, was one of 50 U.S. teachers chosen to create...

Science is All Around

4-H members are learning that science is all around, and it can turn into a career. In Holdrege, Nebraska, Science Excitement Day provided young people an opportunity to learn more about STEM careers by creating a monster with light up eyes. “It’s a brand-new event...

Adopting a Digital Science Curriculum

Adopting a digital science curriculum means that students will be studying science with computers instead of textbooks. Next fall, Fremont and Joseph Lane middle schools in the Roseburg Public School system will be studying science using computers. “Science makes...

Experiencing Conservation First Hand

Students are experiencing conservation first hand with water testing and a release of trout they raised in their classroom. Charles City Middle School eighth graders released trout into Spring Creek, northwest of Orchard, Iowa. Three extracurricular clubs participated...