Inspire students to explore chemistry, where they analyze data from double-replacement reactions and use evidence from their observations to help identify the reactants and products in chemical reactions.
Explore how students can learn more about renewable energy and how it can improve the quality of life for those around us.
Have students explore the expansion of the universe with this lesson where they will graph real data for given galaxies to calculate the age of the universe.
Introduce students to the concept of biofuels and explore how to create a computational model to calculate change in energy systems.
Engage students with this investigative phenomenon to investigate an algal bloom and its impact on the environment.
Encourage students to become citizen scientists where their explorations and curiosity can impact scientific research.
Share with students an experiment that explores the effects of gravitational forces using materials easily found at home.
Introduce extremophiles and have students consider what it would take for an organism to thrive on another planet or moon in our solar system.
Construct a scale model of our solar system to visualize the relative size of solar system objects and their distances from each other in space.
Design a constitution to govern a space settlement.
Create an advertisement to attract customers to a space-related business.
Sketch a prototype to meet the needs of millions of people living and working in space.