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DreamUp Curriculum

DreamUp is pleased to bring space-based curriculum to classrooms all around the world! Whether you are prepping for your own in-space experiment, or want a unique twist to your science class, our curriculum will bring space to your classroom, and your classroom to space.

This curriculum was updated in January 2018 to use the best satellite imagery data available and to align with the latest Next Generation Science Standards. Learn more about the NGSS standards here.

Eyes In The Sky: How Satellites Can Promote Social and Environmental Justice

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CraftED Curriculum is an online resource of teaching tools for designing deeper learning experiences. Jennifer is a National Faculty Member of Buck Institute for Education, a former founding staff member of High Tech High North County and School Development Coach for New Tech Network. While she was in the classroom, she taught grades 5-10.

About This Curriculum:

  • Secondary – 8th-10th grade
  • Recommended Course: NGSS Integrated Science-1
  • Content Areas Covered: Science, ELA, digital media/technology, with possible extensions in math, social/political science
  • Total Time: 15-21 hours
  • Experience Snapshot: Explore the science of satellites and their capacity to address issues of injustice in our world. Students will apply the knowledge they have gained from the included tutorials to work with their peers on an inquiry-based research project.
AuthorJennifer Pieratt
OrganizationCraftED Curriculum
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To The Future And Beyond

Education today looks nothing like it did five years ago. I dare say that recent years in the field of education have shown the greatest shifts than ever before. I predict this trajectory will continue, as I heard recently that 85% of tomorrow’s jobs don’t exist today. How do we prepare our children for a future that is beyond our imagination? We begin by focusing on skills that will allow students to not only exist, but lead us into these new territories of innovation.

Jennifer Pieratt
Founder and President, CraftED Curriculum