The SEA Lesson Plan Library offers STEM lesson plans and supplemental materials for grades K-12 enhancing understanding of space-based technologies especially satellites and satellite-based remote sensing. Each lesson module appeared in More Lessons from the Sky, a regular feature of the monthly SEA Newsletter online... MORE >

The SEA Lesson Plan Library offers STEM lesson plans and supplemental materials for grades K-12 enhancing understanding of space based technologies especially satellites and satellite-based remote sensing. Each lesson module appeared in More Lessons from the Sky, a regular feature of the monthly SEA Newsletter online. The Library includes original lessons created by educators knowledgeable and experienced in using satellite technology and remote sensing data in a K-12 classroom and spotlights relevant and noteworthy lessons already in publication. Each lesson module consists of Teaching Notes and Student Activity. The Teaching Notes section includes:

The Student Activity pages contain all materials for distribution to learners including a Your Turn list of extension activities for application and demonstration of understanding.

All lesson plans are freely available on-line from the Satellite Educators Association. The lesson plans are checked and updated annually to insure current content and links. On-line search tools help teachers find lessons addressing specific Next Generation Science Standards disciplinary core idea or science & engineering practice; search by lesson title or National Science Education Statndards addressed. Additional lesson resources are available in the Library for selected lessons.

More information about the SEA Lesson Plan Library is available here. Use the How To link above for directions on using individual Library search tools. HIDE ^

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