After family movie night watching Apollo 13, I shared some of the real life images from the Apollo missions which NASA posted last year on their Flickr account. They uploaded over 14,000 images from all the Apollo missions. These are incredible resources that you can share with your students to really grasp what these magnitude of these missions.
Much like any "vacation photos" you'll find often way too many scenic shots, but there are some pretty incredible ones too
For example, do you remember this scene in the movie? Its the one where the NASA team needs to teach the crew to create a modified carbon dioxide scrubber.
This was one of my favorite scenes and now here is a photo from the actual astronauts making this in space.
Take some time digging through these and then start thinking about ways you can have your students use them.
Try these Twitter chats for ideas
#pblchat (Project Based Learning)
#visualliteracy (analyzing and studying images with different strategies)
#digitalstorytelling (making stories with images)