Let us bring space to your classroom, and encourage your students' interest in science, math and technology.
Since 2001, over 2 million students have taken part in Tomatosphere, a space research project in which classrooms grow tomato seeds to learn about exciting world of science, space exploration, food and nutrition.
Bring space science into the classroom with two 3D educational resources
Designed specifically for classrooms, the Canadian Space Agency's 3D education resources have been developed on an interactive platform that simulates the experience of flying on a Soyuz spacecraft and living and working on the International Space Station. Students will learn about science through the eyes of their virtual avatars, with the guidance of astronaut Chris Hadfield.
The Star Count project is designed as part of an international scientific study to investigate the visual quality of the nighttime sky and to help assess the national and global extent of atmospheric light pollution. It will also help to evaluate the amount of energy wasted through poor or inappropriate lighting practices.
Teachers, students, youth organizations amateur astronomers, science and environmental organizations, and dedicated interested individuals, are all invited to participate.