These offerings are from the Top 10 NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) lessons that have been reformatted as NVU courses to help educators learn how to teach these modules themselves.
Our Planet Earth
Our Magnificent Sun
Mapping the Moon with Wall-E
Original Self-directed Courses:
Astrobiology - Astrobiology is the study of the origins, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe.
Earth System Science - NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center and Jet Propulsion Laboratory are gaining a better understanding of earthquakes thanks to a specially modified jet, the Gulfstream-III.
Microgravity - This on-line course will introduce the concepts necessary to understand microgravity. It is a goal of this experience that teachers come away with access to things they can take straight to their students.
Outer Space Environment - Space, an environment unlike anything experienced here on Earth, is a place where astronauts live and work on a daily basis.
Rockets to Racecars: Measure Up & Calculate - The goal of Rockets 2 Racecars is to provide teachers an avenue to explore real-world applications of STEM and create ongoing STEM experiences in the classroom.