Space Explorersí virtual missions, experiments, and data analysis tools were founded upon the idea that students involved in the excitement of NASA missions could be highly motivated to pursue careers in math, science, and technology fields. Along with providing Internet based science curricula, Space Explorers also provides teachers with professional development opportunities and workshops to further enhance their science teaching abilities.

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Booneville Middle School
Booneville, Mississipi
Teacher Brenda Scott

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Astronaut Bill Oefelein Visits K-Beach Elementary

K-BeachTeacher Jason Daniels not only teaches his students about space through Space Explorers programming, but he also brought an astronaut to his school. Alaska's first astronaut, Bill Oefelein, recently spoke to approximately 500 students at K-Beach Elementary School in Soldotna, Alaska.

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