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STELLAR Award Update

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06 May 2012

NasaTalk Steller banner 250x250 NASATalk STELLAR Awards were established in 2009 to recognize educators demonstrating excellent uses of NASA STEM materials in classrooms or informal settings.   We use the STELLAR acronym to represent the audience for this award: Successful Teachers Explaining how they impLement NASA resources to improve student Learning And stimulate STEM caReer interests. We want to use this award to features educators who use NASA resources in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching. Based on suggestions from our NASA partners and suggestions from STELLAR award winners, we've recently updated the STELLAR award form to make it easier to access and use.  The revised STELLAR entry form is provided below in WORD format.

Let us know by using the comment form provided below if you have any suggestions and/or comments on the updated STELLAR Award Application form.

We welcome your comments, and will incorporate your suggestions as best we can.  We want NASA education resources to offer a continuous feedback loop, so products continually improve based on educator input from classroom and informal education settings.

Thank you in advance to those who share ideas with us!

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