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NASATalk Summer STEM Opportunities PDF Print E-mail
Written by LaurieRuberg   
Friday, 06 July 2012 13:02

Image of space shuttle Enterprise onboard the USS IntrepidJoin fellow educators for an exclusive teacher professional development event at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Complex on Friday, July 20. This event coincides with SpaceFest, Intrepid Museum's grand opening celebration for the new space shuttle Enterprise Pavilion.

The FREE teacher professional development at the museum complex will run from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Educators will gain knowledge in science, technology, engineering. and math topics. Sessions will include hands-on demonstrations, activities, and discussions with experts resulting in numerous takeaways for the classroom. For more information...

The museum's website offers the agenda and a complete listing of session titles and participants.

Rockets to Racecars: StreamingImage of racecars
of a Hands-on Workshop

If you cannot get to New York for this event, you can participate in the NASA Rockets to Race Cars hands-on activities remotely via LIVE videostreaming on NASATalk on Rockets to Race Cars led by Bonnie Murray, NASA education specialist.

TYRA GOOD, American Evaluation Association graduate education diversity intern, writes about Science Beyond the Classroom in her most recent blog. Read more…

Illustration of kids walking up a slideREAD ABOUT the SLIDE approach to prevent downward spirals of an idle two months out of school. Read more…

EVERYONE’S TALKING about the hot, hot, hot summer weather, but what about the climate? How to access climate data in digestible bits…

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! NASA’s Curiosity rover lands on Mars Aug. 5 or 6, depending on your time zone. Get ready for this event by visiting the NASATalk Mars Curiosity Rover Collaborative.

Artist's conception of Mars Curiosity Rover at work on Mars

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 July 2012 10:50