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NASA eClips™ at Home

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NASA eClips at Home fuels kids’ curiosity as they investigate science and the world around them through the lens of NASA. This program builds upon  NASA eClips™ video segments to bring education and entertainment into the home and classroom. In each episode, interns work together to explore and demonstrate scientific concepts related to a specific topic. Segment topics developed for students in grades 4-7 and correlated with Virginia Standards of Learning, include simple machines, the solar system and the water cycle. NASA eClips™ video segments and many of the teacher resources were developed by the Center for Integrative STEM Education at the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA), in partnership with NASA

Mentored by National Institute of Aerospace STEM educators Dr. Sharon Bowers, Joan Harper-Neely, and Betsy McAllister, NIA/Center for Atmospheric Research and Education (CARE) interns Sarah Adewumi, Lenore Miller and Jacob Wologo create, direct and film the show from their homes. Final video production is performed by NIA media specialists Seth Robinson and Caleb Stern.

NASA eClips™ at Home airs on VPM Plus.

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