NASA Heliophysics Education Activation Team
NASA HEAT Space Physics Ambassadors are available to provide support in the use of these materials through virtual (and sometimes in-person) workshops around the U.S. Contact Rebecca Vieyra at email@example.com for more information.
Resources for Teachers
Resources are provided in the following formats:
Tutorial: A structured investigation that can be done during a lecture or as a separate laboratory activity. These may or may not include hands-on materials, but all are intended to be done by students in small groups.
Concept Questions: Conceptual questions posed to students during lecture for students to discuss in small groups, then vote on the answer. They are primarily used by the instructor as an embedded assessment to measure class understanding of a concept, and by students as a means to solidify their understanding of the concept.
Homework Questions: Traditional homework-style questions that can be used as part of a regular homework assignment.
NASA HEAT Space Physics Ambassadors: Contact Rebecca Vieyra at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put in contact with a NASA HEAT Space Physics Ambassador near you.
- Jason Barbour (Maryland)
- Emily Bogusch (Arizona)
- Nivedi Das (Massachusetts)
- Jarrod Gorman (Massachusetts)
- Tony Musumba (California)
- Brenda Paul (Georgia)
- Kevin Simmons (Florida)
- Hava Turkakin (New York)
- Christine Bernhardt (District of Columbia)
- Ed Izaguirre (California)
- Rod Milbrandt (Minnesota)
- Steven Montoya (Arizona)
- Fana Mulu-Moore (Colorado)
- Gaea Sawan (Texas)
- Ronald Schlaack (Michigan)
- Liang Zeng (Texas)
This project is funded through NASA Grant/Cooperative Agreement Numbers NNX16AR36A and 80NSSC21K1560.