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Lift Your STEM PD with NASA

Looking for hands-on ways to teach forces and motion – or maybe just refresh your Earth science lessons with the latest research?

The NASA STEM Educator Professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University has you covered with free webinars, videos, and other useful resources. Click HERE for list of upcoming events.

On Tuesday, June 12, for example, K-12 teachers can learn about NASA’s journey “Back to the Moon and on to Mars” and how rockets impact planning for missions in a free 60-minute webinar. Contact Barbie Buckner to sign up: barbie.buckner@nasa.gov 

On Monday, June 18, teachers in grades 4 to 9 can learn standards-based Mars Math, while on Tuesday, June 19, they can explore Robotics and Coding in a forces and motion STEM lesson.

Along with separate listings for elementary, middle, and high school K-12 educators, the NASA collaborative includes opportunities for out-of-school and other informal educators as well as pre-service teachers and university faculty.

In addition, the space agency’s NASA Education site hosts a rich collection of lesson plans, #AskNASA question-and-answer sessions, and other educator resources. Stay up-to-date by signing up for the free weekly NASA Express e-mail.

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