Here is a collection of resources for NITARP participants, past and present. Some resources may be useful for other educators as well.
Policy on funding acknowledgment (includes guidance on what to put in AAS poster abstracts).
Policy on authorship of posters (includes guidance on authorship of research articles).
Collected wisdom on International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)-related issues and forms
Information on visiting IPAC at Caltech
NITARP policy for students who visit Caltech
Application Instructions, current and archival.
FAQ page for NITARP
Milestones in a given year, a rough schedule of a given NITARP year, in the ideal case, current for the 2017 class, but generically applicable.
A list of national and state standards that our participant teachers tell us that NITARP helps them meet.
Major components of NITARP
Student publications in the RBSE journal
Advice on how to pick students to be involved with your NITARP team.
The Aperture Photometry Tool (APT) is a great tool for beginners (or professionals!) doing aperture photometry.
The Cool Wiki is a resource designed to provide a place for NITARP teachers, students, and scientists to interact and share the materials they've developed, work on new materials, and work on current projects.
A series of recordings of live web-based tutorials on a variety of subjects.
This tutorial, held in Spring 2014, was a multi-week series of tutorials on programming with Python.
What should you do after your intensive NITARP year? (Answer by Luisa.)
Materials from the 2010 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2011 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2012 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2013 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2014 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2015 AAS Workshop
Materials from the 2016 AAS workshop
Materials from the 2017 AAS workshop