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Where can I find teaching resources for my high shcool or college course?
Posted by Vandana Desai on 14 July 2014 11:10 AM

IRSA is part of a larger consortium of projects called the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, or IPAC, which maintains several online educational resources for teachers and students, particularly the Cool Cosmos site.

Additionally, IRSA is a co-sponsor of the NASA-IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program (NITARP). NITARP provides a unique opportunity for groups of (primarily) high school teachers and students, with the help of a mentor astronomer, to have an authentic astronomy research experience via working with professional astronomical data and tools. The research team completes the data analysis, and presents their findings to others throughout the scientific community. The teachers are also expected to give presentations at relevant teachers' conferences. The program accepts applications annually in the Fall.

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