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Sally Ride's Celebrating Teachers - Barbara Morgan's STS-118 Journey Teaching - Demonstration
(3 - College Freshman)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Part of the Sally Ride Science website. This site features videos of Educator Astronaut Barbara Morgan on board the STS-118. "Teachers inspire wonder, broaden our horizons and encourage our dreams. They open doors to discovery and  ... more
The Musical Engineer: A Music Enthusiast's Guide to Careers in Engineering and Technology Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Electrical Engineering NEEDS
Book Description: "At last, a book for every student that loves music. Written for middle school, high school and pre-engineering college students, this book compiles resources, information and stories of engineers who work passio  ... more
Sally Ride Science-Website Reference - General
(PreK-K - 8)
All Science and Engineering NEEDS
Sally Ride Science was founded in 2001 by former astronaut Sally Ride Americas first woman in space. The company mission is to empower girls to explore the world of science from astrobiology to zoology and from environmental e  ... more
June 18, 1983 - Astronaut Sally Ride Becomes First U.S. Woman in Space Reference - Visuals
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
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Part of Discovery channel's chronological highlights of the Space Shuttle Program. "Sally Ride, a former nationally ranked tennis player with a doctorate in physics from Stanford University, was selected to be an astronaut in  ... more
Women Who Changed History Teaching - Lesson Plan
(5 - 12)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Scholastic Magazine's feature on five amazing women in honor of Women's History Month. They highlight: 1. Dr. Mae Jemison, first African American Woman in Space. 2. The flight of Amelia Earhart. 3. Rosa Parks - How I fought for ci  ... more
Ride, Sally Ride: A Pioneer Dies, But Her Inspiration Lives On Community - Blog
(11 - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Ms. article about special blog issue on Sally Ride. Excerpt: "Since America first saw Ride in her blue NASA jumpsuit, she has been the face of the “modern scientist”—an idol that more closely resembled girls and young women who we  ... more
USA Science & Engineering Festival Community - General
(PreK-K - College Freshman)
All Science and Engineering NEEDS
The Inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival, hosted by Lockheed Martin, will be the country’s first national science festival and will descend on the Washington, D.C. area in the Fall of 2010. The Festival promises to be the  ... more
TOYchallenge - Sally Ride Science Teaching - Project
(5 - 8)
General Engineering, Engineering Science NEEDS
Sally Ride's TOYchallenge is a national toy design challenge for 5th-8th graders. A chance for teams of imaginative kids to create a new toy or game. Toys are a great way to learn about science, engineering, and the design process  ... more
Archive Gallery: The History of Recorded Music Reference - Visuals
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Electrical Engineering NEEDS
Great archive of technologies associated with recorded music with images. Some were successful, others not. Excerpt: "From phonographs to records to iPods, with a few hiccups along the way. Edison's phonograph, which came about a  ... more
Redwood Valley Railway Teaching - Laboratory/Experiment/Field Activity
(3 - Continuing Education)
Mechanical Engineering EP on the GO
The Redwood Valley Railway is a ridable miniature railroad in Tilden Regional Park near Berkeley, California [1]. It was established in 1952 by Erich Thomsen, and has expanded to 1.25 miles of track and over 160,000 passengers a y  ... more
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