Jon from Cuberider explains why he left his teaching job behind to join a team with an out-of-this-world approach to engaging kids in physics, coding and engineering.
How I found new inspiration to see students skyrocket
Jon from Cuberider shares some of the most creative student experiments that are about to leave Earth and make the journey into outer space.
Where Do We Go From Here? Part 2: Nanoracks Testing
Jon takes us behind the scenes of Cuberider’s space program and shows us what it’s like to work with people who are on a mission to change the way students think about learning.
Where Do We Go From Here? Part 1
NanoRacks is our partner in Hoston Texas. They send all sorts of interesting things to space, including your student experiments. Jerry from Nanoracks explains the process they take when preparing hardware for the stresses of space travel.
Books about Space
Part 1 of a series attempting to explain the process of sending students' experiments into outer space.
Are we a Multiplanetary species? How about Multigalaxy?
Chris Hadfield's An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth is an autobiography recounting the Canadian's experiences as a decorated astronaut and thoughtful human being.
Project Based Learning with Popcorn
With interplanetary holidays looming. The question remains, when do we become an intergalaxy species?
We're Heading to the ISS aboard a Japanese H-IIB
21st century learning is being reshaped to accommodate new needs. This is seen beautifully in the documentary If You Build It. Project Based Learning takes center stage, but the purpose of education is the focus of this fabulous documentary.
This post has information regarding our upcoming #mission2016 rocket launch. The Cuberider package will no longer be carried on a SpaceX Falcon 9, read on to find out the latest.