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New NASA STEM lesson plans celebrate space exploration

Microsoft Education and NASA have teamed up to offer eight new #HackingSTEM lessons about living and working in space.

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New NASA STEM lesson plans celebrate space exploration

Microsoft Education and NASA have teamed up to offer eight new #HackingSTEM lessons about living and working in space.

Tailored for middle school and high school and written by teachers.Hands-on, project-based activities across science, technology, engineering, and math.Lessons includes full instructions, materials list, code and attached sensors, and a custom Excel workbook to visualize data streamed from the sensors.

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