Space Science | ISS Experiments | Friday 6 - 7 PM | Grade 4-6
How many kids can say they have conducted their own experiments on NASA's International Space Station?
You are wondering what students gain by running eperiments on International Space Station? It's a resume diffrentiating opportunity where students get to learn, present and be certified for running experiments on ISS. They also get the opportunity to be invited to Kenedy Space Center to view NASA's rocket launch to ISS and present their experiment to the scientists, astronauts and visitors to KSC, Florida on the day of the launch.
This is one of a kind NGSS-aligned, innovative STEM program that allows students to create, launch and run their own experiments aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Students learn about basic phisics like gravity, motion, heat, radiation, humidity..... They follow scientific method to do research, make hypothesis and run experiments, keeping journal of their daily observations and learning. Learn to design and build experiments on ground units and code in EV3/Arduino to upload and run their experiments.
Registration allows to secure your seat for the course that starts in September. This registration fee is a token money that can be used in future towards monthly tuition fee or kits.
- Online live 1 hr classes once a week.
- Aync session though the week.
- Teams of 6-8 students.
- Ground units for experiments delivered at home.
- 10 months
- September through June
Friday 6 PM - 7 PM PST
- Public school teachers
- Silicon valley tech engineers
- Student counselors