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Nasa eClips

NASA eClips are short, relevant educational video segments designed to inspire and engage students, helping them see real world connections. New video segments are produced weekly exploring current applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The programs are produced for targeted audiences: grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12 and the general public. The NASA eClips web site contains educator guides which provide teachers with sample lessons based on the 5E instructional model. These resources are available on-demand to every school in the nation and address the demand for information that is engaging, interactive, and easily integrated into daily lesson planning. Educator guides utilizing NASA eClips, related activities, and educational best practices are available at www.nasa.gov/education/NASAeClips. Video segments are available at www.youtube.com/NASAeclips.

Here is a sample of one of the clips.

Monitoring the Earth's Climate with CERES

Catherine (Cathy) Scott
Director, NASA eClips Program
National Institute of Aerospace
100 Exploration Way
Hampton, VA 23666
(757) 325-6760 Office
(757) 325-6988 Fax
catherine.scott@nianet.org

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Catherine (Cathy) Scott
Director, NASA eClips Program
National Institute of Aerospace
100 Exploration Way
Hampton, VA 23666
(757) 325-6760 Office
(757) 325-6988 Fax
catherine.scott@nianet.org

Educator guides utilizing NASA eClips, related activities, and educational best practices are available at www.nasa.gov/education/NASAeClips

Video segments are available at www.youtube.com/NASAeclips.