NASA Earth Science in the Classroom is a three day workshop sponsored and funded by NASA. Middle school science teachers will have an opportunity to blend Next Generation Science Standards with NASA Science Mission Directorates. The focus will be on Earth science standards and the NASA missions that support Earth science and climate studies while implementing targeted design strategies to support equity involvement.
When: Wed June 28- Friday June 30, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Where: Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR
What you get:
• $450 stipend for the 3-day workshop; no cost for workshop
• Breakfast and lunch provided each day
• Travel stipend, up to $225 (based on mileage)
• 3 nights lodging in McMinnville (if desired)
• 24 PDUs
What we expect from you:
• Must be planning to teach NGSS MS-Earth Space Science3-1-5 in 2017-18 school year. (see below)
• Design a collaborative Unit of Study during workshop to deliver in the 2017-18 school year; share with South Metro STEM Partnership.
• Agree to participate in follow-up activities (phone interview or visit, surveys)
Spots are very limited and expected to fill fast.
Please RSVP HERE to signal your interest in the camp no later than June 2 to participate.
Registration will close if spots are filled prior to the June 2.
Formal registration will follow.
Contact Rick Krause & email@example.com for questions.