INSGC - Indiana Space Grant Consortium

for K-12

Duke Energy Academy

Energy Center, in Discovery Park at Purdue University, is accepting applications from high school students and secondary teachers for a one week free summer program. Read for more details.

Terre Haute Children's Museum: Middle School students invited to Superhero Party

Student Experiments on Int'l Space Station: Grades 5-16 STEM Opportunity in February 2016

Student Spaceflight Experiments Program - Mission 10 to the International Space Station

Student Spaceflight Experiments Program: SSEP Understanding Weightlessness

SSEP Mission 9 to ISS Student Researchers - A Challenge for the Start of Program: Understanding Weightlessness - You Want Me to Take a Bathroom Scale Where?

Fort Wayne Teacher wins Big

A New Tech teacher was shocked to learn she was the only educator in Indiana to win the national Milken Educator Award – dubbed the "Oscar of Teaching."

SSEP Mission 4 to ISS Flight Experiments Selected

Mission 4 to ISS Flight Experiments Selected: 11 Communities, 66 Institutional Partners, 3,080 Grade 5-12 Students Engaged in Microgravity Experiment Design, 744 Proposals Received, 11 Selected for Flight.

Indiana Afterschool Network

The Indiana Afterschool Network is striving to build a sustainable network of cross-sector partnerships at the state, regional, and local levels to advance public policy, increase funding and resources, and promote quality afterschool and summer learning programs throughout Indiana.

Integrating Nanotechnology for K-12

The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network has different activities for teachers to incorporate into current teachings to build student interests in nanotechnology.

NASA Education Materials Database

Search for NASA educational materials by grade level, topic, type, or keyword. Click Read More for link

Challenger Centers in Indiana

Visit any of the three Challenger Learning Centers in Indiana

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