NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try. NASA has just published its 2017-2018 software catalog, which lists the many apps, code libraries and tools that pretty much anyone can download and use.
Of course, most of it is pretty closely tied to… you know, launching spacecraft and stuff, which most people don’t do. But here are a few items that might prove useful to tinkers and curious lay people alike. If you’re interested in a piece of software, head to the link provided; it should provide the release or license type (some things are limited to the U.S., for instance), a contact you can hit up for more info and sometimes a dedicated site for the app or service. Flying around looking at things, NASA style Say you’re building a drone or satellite from scratch. Once you’ve got the imagery on the ground, you might want to put it through PixelLearn, which lets you set rules about certain pixels and patterns, letting the program automatically find and categorize things like craters, buildings and so on. Home.
As a high school English teacher who actively seeks new ways to enhance learning, he is often at the leading edge of trends in education and technology — from going paperless in the classroom, to creating a makerspace in the school library, to teaching STEAM skills through project-based learning. For his TED-Ed Innovation Project, Provenzano launched student innovation projects — in which students were given the opportunity to choose an interesting problem and solve it in an innovative way.
The projects were then shared in the school’s first ever STEAM competition. Here is Provenzano’s recap of what worked best for his students — and how you can launch student innovation projects in your school: 1. The first way I tried to implement Student Innovation Projects was to use 20 percent time. 2. I really wanted to give students opportunities for innovation outside of my classroom. 3. Critical Thinking Model 1.
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