NASA Student Involvement Program (NSIP) is a national program of
six competitions for grades K-12 that link students directly with
NASA's exciting missions of exploration and discovery. Each NSIP
competition category has a Resource Guide that provides instructional
materials, judging rubric, tips, and resources for using investigations
and design challenges in your classroom. These materials support
national standards, state frameworks, and local school curricula.
The NASA Student Involvement Program supports national education
standards for science, mathematics, technology, and geography. By
"science as inquiry" skills
- Work collaboratively
as team members
- Apply computer
and Internet skills
- Learn core
concepts of Earth and space science
science, mathematics, technology, and geography concepts
- Learn to
communicate more clearly and effectively.
year, Elizabeth City State University sponsored several local schools
in their entries for the NSIP competition. Among these schools were
Camelot Elementary, T. S. Cooper Elementary, and Parkview Elementary.
Camelot Elementary was chosen as the 2003-2004 winner in the Science
and Journalism: 2-4 category from the NASA Langley Research Center.View
the links above to see each schools activities.
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