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Announcing STELLAR Awards PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 December 2009 14:29
STELLAR Awards PosterThe NASATalk team announces a new initiative to recognize and reward teachers called STELLAR Awards.  The STELLAR Awards provide means to recognize for excellent uses of NASA STEM materials by educators in classrooms or informal settings.  We use the STELLAR acronym to represent the intent of this award:  STEM Teaching Excellence for Leading, Learning, Articulation, and Reflection.

We are very interested in hearing from educators about their experiences using a NASA product in with students.  The NASATalk collaborative is designed to facilitate open discussions about choosing and using NASA educational resources to effectively promote STEM learning. With our STELLAR Awards initiative, we have the opportunity to ask teachers to reflect, describe, and share strategies they used to integrate NASA resources in classroom or informal teaching and learning contexts.

In celebration of the Space Shuttle Discovery's (STS-128) flight in August 2009, our initial STELLAR Awards theme is Bringing NASA Missions to Your Classroom. Our first theme asks educators to describe how you’ve used NASA human space flight opportunities and products in your instruction to inspire, motivate, or otherwise engage your students. Teacher applications will be captured in the STELLAR Awards Entry Form.  The online form outlines the award criteria and encourages thoughtful, complete reflections about using NASA products.  The STELLAR Award for a first place winner is a $100 stipend. Additionally, two honorable mentions will receive $50 stipends each. We anticipate selecting winners every month.

Read more about the STELLAR Awards and submit an entry today!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 December 2009 16:27