Artemis ROADS NASA Expert Talk

Join us for our first Artemis ROADS NASA Expert Talk! On November 9th Patricia Moore, NASA’s Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate’s Outreach Strategist, will talk about the upcoming Artemis I mission and future crewed missions to the Moon!

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Artemis ROADS Companion Course Professional Development

Our companion course program offers lessons for educators to integrate concepts from ROADS challenges into their classes. NESSP offers educators professional development workshops to introduce teachers to the materials and activities.

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Register an Artemis ROADS Team!

Registering for Artemis ROADS makes you eligible for supply support and makes your team eligible for prizes and recognition.  Registering also means your classroom or team will receive regular newsletters from NESSP with tips, advice, and upcoming events.

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About Northwest Earth & Space Sciences

NESSP serves as a “virtual NASA center” for residents of the U.S.’s northwest — covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. NASA centers have traditionally acted as hubs for professional development for educators, access points for NASA educational materials, and on-site experiences for educators and students. In lieu of a NASA center in our region, NESSP offers several programs to deliver hands-on STEM experiences and NASA education to our communities.

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Artemis ROADS (2022-2023)

Our ROADS program (Rover Observation And Drone Survey) is a framework that lets students explore STEM concepts through hands-on activities. ROADS takes inspiration from real NASA projects and guides students on a space-related mission. Each year we update ROADS to tackle different science and engineering problems and to visit different solar system bodies. For 2022–2023 we’re going back to the Moon!

Artemis ROADS (2022-2023)
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Educator Professional Development

Our goal is to strengthen STEM education across our by helping educators deliver authentic, hands-on experiences rooted in NASA science and engineering. We also support community-based science and engineering events in partnership with underserved and underrepresented communities.

Educator Professional Development