Space Math @ NASA in partnership with NASA eClips
NASA eClips, developed by The National Institute of Aerospace (NIA), is a NASA HQ Office of Education-funded program that creates short video programs (3-10 minutes) featuring a variety of NASA missions, programs and other topical resources. These educational videos are freely available for use in the classroom, museums or home environment. The program provides short videos for different age groups on both YouTube and the NASA educational website.
All videos are tagged as appropriate for one of four age groups grades K-5, grades 6-8, grades 9-12, and the general public and are further split into eight subject areas: aeronautics, communications and launch, Earth, exploration, living in space, STEM basics, Sun, and Universe. Much of the content of NASA eClipsTM videos is directly related to the space program in some way, including videos of various elements of the Hubble Space Telescope program, Space Shuttle design, and what it is like to live in space, but many other videos educate students about basic scientific principles and how common mechanical tools work. Combining video media with Space Math @ NASA problems enables teachers to connect and integrate STEM content in their classrooms.
NASA eClips Episodes
New videos will be posted each month!