If you are a K-14 teacher or formal educator, here you can find Landsat images and resources to help you teach about our changing Earth, the electromagnetic spectrum, the science and technology behind satellite data, and much more.
Landsat supports a fundamentally spatial approach to learning and thinking about the world. Spatial thinking is embedded in a multitude of disciplines, from natural resources management to disaster preparedness, disease epidemic prevention, and urban planning.
Using Landsat data and imagery as a basis, students can explore the water cycle, the carbon cycle, urbanization, deforestation, biological diversity, invasive species, fire, and more. National science, mathematics, and geography standards are explicitly addressed in the educational activities available from this page.
Resources for Formal Educators
Explore NASA Wavelength, featured Landsat educational activities, and additional NASA education resources. NASA Wavelength is a digital collection of Earth and space science resources for educators of all levels that can be used in elementary schools through college classrooms. Try some of our favorite activities, broken down by grade level in the featured section and if you still want more, check out the additional NASA education resources. Come explore Earth with NASA education!
These pages are specifically designed for students to browse or teachers to use as resources to explore the fundamentals of remote sensing, Landsat technology, Landsat’s benefit to people, and careers that use Landsat technology.