Classes for Students of All Ages
The Space Foundation supports PreK-20 students with standards-based curriculum that uses space principles to integrate science, technology, engineering and math (S-STEM) into all content areas. Programs are delivered directly to students in laboratory, classroom and after-school settings by our team of accredited educators.
Laboratory courses take advantage of extraordinary teaching tools, including Science On a Sphere®, programmable robots used in a simulated Martian environment and sophisticated software programs used by professional aerospace engineers. We also offer customized programs that teach and reinforce standards-based classroom activities.
The classes we offer are available to individual classroom teachers; school districts and other educational institutions, including public and private schools, colleges and universities offering education curriculum; and home school organizations. Fees are based upon the complexity of the program, location and number of students involved.
For further information, contact the Space Foundation via email at Education@SpaceFoundation.org or via phone at +1.719.576.8000 or +1.800.691.4000.
These standards-based courses for PreK-12 students feature our Science On a Sphere® - a dramatic and effective tool for teaching students about our universe.
The AGI Space Missions Simulator lab courses use the same state-of-the-art modeling and visualization software used by industry professionals.
The Space Foundation's Mars Yard Robotics courses are held in our simulated Martian terrain and robotics laboratory - one of the few such facilities in the world.