Educators participating in NASA's Microgravity eXperience applied experiments developed and proposed by their students in reduced-gravity settings, and learned how experiential hands-on learning can lead to "aah ha" moments. "That's the best way to learn," social studies teacher Jose Mota said. He added, "If I can tell all my students that they need to feel this -- they really do, because you just learn so much from it. Just from experiencing something different."

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