Do you want to teach your students about a space related topic through a project and need financial support to make it happen? All you need is to have an idea for an space-based classroom project to apply for up to $200!
The application window is coming up! When it opens, all you have to do is fill out the short application below. We review applications four times a year: deadlines are Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. Grant recipients will be notified two weeks after the close of the application cycle. Priority will be given to project requests for re-usable materials.
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Teachers in Space conducts workshops to instruct teachers how to use Ardusat Space Kits. Mars Initiative is already funding some of those kits! Each teacher will then have the opportunity to take the kit back to the classroom to teach micro-computing and circuit design to their entire class!
Hayesville High School procured a SunSpotter telescope with the help of a micro grant from Mars Initiative. This tool should bring observing fun to the students of Hayesville for years to come!
Neighborhood House at Firwood Circle in Washington State procured materieals to participate the NASA ANGLeS competition. This celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission by giving students the chance to recreate the landing using drones and robots.