The Space Station Explorers Consortium, a growing community of CASIS partner organizations, works to leverage the unique platform of the International Space Station (ISS) to offer valuable educational experiences that engage students in authentic science and project-based learning and spark an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Be sure to follow ISS360 this month for our “back-to-school” series to find out more about how the ISS is being used as a powerful tool to support STEM education and connect students with space.
Learn more about Space Station Explorers at www.spacestationexplorers.org.
Read more about the ISS National Lab and STEM education:
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- The Tomatosphere Education Program: Entering a Fruitful New Phase
- Launching a Dream: Exploring DNA in Space
- CASIS in the Classroom
- Student Contest Winners Grow Crystals in Space
- A High Schooler’s Guide to Space Science
- Inspiring Students Through Amateur Radio on the ISS
- Zero Robotics: Helping Students Discover the Digital World through the ISS
- Boy Scout Team ‘Ames’ to launch New Research to the ISS
- The Flight of the Tin Whiskers