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EVOLVE (Expanding Versatile Offerings for Learning in Virtual Environments)

Content developers and researchers from the Museum’s EiE® (curricula) division join with astronomy educators and media producers from the Charles Hayden Planetarium and local community partners such as Girls, Inc., the Boys and Girls Club, the Science Club for Girls, and others, to create curricula-based livestreams, videos, and other opportunities that support remote learning for students in grades 3 – 8 with:

  • Livestreams, free and available to anyone, offered twice weekly with Museum educators presenting on NASA-themed topics, where students can engage with the content and chat live with the presenters for Q&A
  • Prerecorded videos, freely available, hosted on the Museum of Science website
  • Career panels, podcasts, and/or spotlight videos co-created with community partners and highlighting careers related to STEM and NASA initiatives

Check out our current videos about the most recent Mars landing:

Making it to Mars: Challenges

Making it to Mars: Where's the Oxygen?

Making it to Mars: Perseverance

Making it to Mars: MOXIE

Interested in more NASA themed content? Register for our upcoming free livestreams or check out our archived videos.

This material is based upon work supported by NASA under grant number 80NSSC21M0042. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the Museum of Science, Boston and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

For more information, contact:

Marianne Knowles, mknowles@mos.org; Dani LeBlanc, dleblanc@mos.org; Talia Sepersky, tsepersky@mos.org