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ISS Apprentice (Level 2)
Our accelerated, no-fuss space program comes with 2-3 pre-approved NASA experiments for 7th through 12th graders. The program is available as a semester-long science curriculum insert (6 hr) or an after school extracurricular (12 hr). Q4 Level 2 provides students the opportunity for research analysis, code development, and data uploads to the International Space Station (ISS). Get your hands on this NASA-approved course today.
ISS Inspiration Station (Level 1)
Over the course of a semester, students will conduct a NASA-approved experiment to compare data results from Earth and the International Space Station (ISS). This hands-on experiment gives students the opportunity to develop observation, creative problem solving, and critical thinking skills.
ISS Quester (Level 0)
A Quester is one who seeks. Inspire the Quester in your students by using block coding to create unique Space Art with Ferrofluids and Iron Filings in microgravity and video messages on BMO to send to their friends and family.
ISS Research Lab (Level 3)
During this 9-month program, students work in teams to conceptualize, create, and conduct their experiment for NASA approval. Each team submits draft documentation and data analysis for review in order to be installed on the ISS for 30 days. This hands-on experience offers students real-world situations to navigate using technical skills, creativity, and the latest technology.