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Electrolysis of Water: Math and Science @ Work – A Breath of Fresh Air

In this web seminar, participants learned how to use a hands-on lesson to make a real world connection to the International Space Station. Participants received suggestions on how to implement this lesson and saw examples of what students will see on their handheld TI-Nspire calculators. Attendees also learned about a free-response question that can be used to assess student understanding or as a stand-alone problem in preparation for the free-response questions on the chemistry AP exam.


This web seminar is part of a series of electronic professional development experiences sponsored by the NASA Explorer Schools (NES) project. NASA Explorer Schools invests in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics educators to inspire and engage a whole generation of future scientists, engineers and technicians that NASA needs to continue our journey. NES gives educators of grades 4-12 free access to NASA’s people, missions, research, and facilities. We take the work out of searching through thousands of materials on the NASA website and provide a comprehensive set of teaching materials for dozens of STEM concepts. For additional information about the NASA Explorer Schools project, visit

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