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published by the NASA Quest
edited by Donald James
This site is a wonderful resource for educators wishing to encourage their female students to challenge themselves, feel confident of their successes, and accept their failures. Highlights of the site are profiles of NASA women scientists, online chats with these scientists, and Women of the World, a quarterly activity that allows interaction between online guests and known international female scientists. Additional learning resources can be found in the Teaching Tips and Resources sections.
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Education Foundations
- Sample Population
= Gender: Female
- Societal Issues
= Gender Issues
Education Practices
- Careers
- High School
- Lower Undergraduate
- Informal Education
- Upper Undergraduate
- Community
= Forum
- Event
= Broadcast
- Instructional Material
= Best practice
- Reference Material
= Career Information
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- Physical Science
- Physics First
- Conceptual Physics
- Algebra-based Physics
- AP Physics
- Lesson Plan
- Activity
- New teachers
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Keywords:
NASA women, career development, women, women in science, women scientists
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Date Metadata Instance was created March 21, 2003 by Bruce Mason
Record Updated:
March 18, 2011 by Lyle Barbato
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, edited by D. James (NASA Quest), WWW Document, (http://quest.nasa.gov/women/intro.html).
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Women of Nasa, edited by D. James (NASA Quest), <http://quest.nasa.gov/women/intro.html>.
APA Format
James, D. (Ed.). (n.d.). Women of Nasa. Retrieved August 22, 2014, from NASA Quest: http://quest.nasa.gov/women/intro.html
Chicago Format
James, Donald, ed. Women of Nasa. NASA Quest. http://quest.nasa.gov/women/intro.html (accessed 22 August 2014).
MLA Format
James, Donald, ed. Women of Nasa. NASA Quest. 22 Aug. 2014 <http://quest.nasa.gov/women/intro.html>.
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