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NASA Educator Resource Center at Framingham State University  

Guide to resources from NASA and other educational organizations in the STEM fields.
Last Updated: Sep 12, 2014 URL: http://libguides.framingham.edu/NASAERCatFSU Print Guide RSS Updates

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Contact the ERC

Kim Cochrane, Co-Director
508-626-4657
kcochrane1@framingham.edu

Irene Porro, Co-Director
508-626-4056
iporro@framingham.edu

Alyssa Walker, Workshop Coordinator
508-626-4057
awalker4@framingham.edu

      
     

    Welcome to the NASA ERC!

    Welcome to the guide to the NASA Educator Resource Center at Framingham State University. This tool will help you locate innumerable useful educational resources in the Science, Technology, Engingeering and Mathematics disciplines. Many of the standards-based tools and lesson plans are created by NASA Education or Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), a California Institute of Technology sponsored laboratory that works closely with NASA. 

    As with all things Space Science and Technology, it is important to keep up with the many rapid changes in these fields - this lib guide is our strategy for providing up-to-date educational resources to STEM-area teachers and pre-service teachers across Massachusetts. 

    The NASA Educator Resource Center is a collaborative effort of the Curriculum Library of Framingham State University, the Christa McAuliffe Challenger Center on campus, and NASA Education. Our goal is to provide preK-16 teachers with the skills and access to materials to hep them improve student learning in the STEM disciplines. 

     

    Contact:

    Kim Cochrane
    Co Director, NASA Educator Resource Center
    Henry Whittemore Library
    Framingham State University
    kcochrane1@framingham.edu
    508-626-4657

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