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Join us for STEM in 30, an interactive classroom program consisting of 30-minute webcasts that engage middle school students in STEM topics ranging from WWI airplanes to rovers on Mars. Chat with experts, submit your questions to be answered live, take a poll, discover related content, and participate in follow-up activities.

Our format has changed!

To better reach your classrooms and facilitate conversations with your students, we are updating the way our show is released.

Here’s how it works:

  • We release an episode on the second Thursday of each month.
  • You can watch it on-demand as your class schedule allows.
  • We host a live video chat with Beth, Marty, and experts from the episode the third Thursday of each month.*
  • You bring the burning questions that came up when you watched the episode and dive even deeper on each month’s topic

*Exact date of live chat subject to change. 

Watch STEM in 30 on this page or on NASA TV. You can also view archived programs on-demand. Learn more about STEM in 30.

Next STEM in 30

STEM in Real Life

February 14, 2019 | 11:00am

How do science, technology, engineering and math work in the real world? How can you learn about these subjects through artifacts at the National Air and Space Museum? Can you also learn about art or music? Find the answers to all of these questions and more on this episode of STEM in 30.

This episode will be available starting February 14, 2019. Once you’ve had a chance to watch it with your kids, students, or on your own, tune in at 1 pm EST on February 21 for a live chat with an expert.

This program is made possible by Boeing.

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