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Mars Educator Workshops

Arizona State University's Mars K-12 Education Program is partnered with JPL to sponsor educator training nationwide. ASU has been conducting outreach since 1992 and is the longest running Mars K-12 education project. The program includes school visits and teacher workshops.

2004   |   2005   |   2006
February
2006
17

NASA Pre-Service Teacher Conference
"What's REALLY Happening on Mars" Workshop

Hilton Alexandria
Alexandria, VA


This is a workshop sponsored by NASA for pre-service teachers.

20

Brevard County Educator Inservice
Cocoa Beach, FL

The ASU Mars Education Program will be presenting hands-on activities for in-service educators from Brevard County.

23-25

NASA/ASU National Remote Sensing Teacher Institute And NASA/ASU Mars Education Program Hands-On Workshop

ASU Mars Space Flight Facility
Moeur Bldg. Room 131, Tempe, AZ 85287


Overview of Institute, Field Trip and Hands-on Workshop:
This institute will have three main educational goals for teachers:
1) To help teachers understand the process of science (using current Mars exploration as the primary example);
2) To show how scientists can compare rocks and minerals on terrestrial planets (such as Earth and Mars) to learn about the history of the planet; and
3) To highlight the methods in which scientists can interpret data they collect through remote sensing methods (e.g., spacecraft at Mars).


Dr. Phil Christensen will be leading this institute and is a proponent of connecting space scientists and educators together to create unique, world-class learning experiences. Join us for an extraordinary time of immersive learning that you can share with your students!

Download Institute Announcement and Application:
Adobe PDF format 1 MB.

http://marsed.asu.edu/workshop

25

NASA/ASU Mars Educator Workshop
Inspiring the Next Generation:
What They Need to Know To Go

Arizona State University Memorial Union
Arizona Ballroom
Main Campus
Tempe, AZ 85287


Learn how to integrate current science into your curricular materials. Special Mars Mission guest speakers will be Dr. Mark Adler from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Dr. Phil Christensen from the Mars Space Flight Facility at ASU. All materials presented in the workshop are Standards-based and relate to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects. These activities and materials can be used for interdisciplinary lessons as well. Join us for a great day of fun, classroom-friendly, hands-on activities. You won’t want to miss this workshop! Invite a friend!

For more information please visit: http://marsed.asu.edu/workshop.

March
2006
25

Starlab Training for Educators
Arizona State University Mars Space Flight Facility
Moeur Bldg. Rm. 131
Tempe, AZ 85287


This workshop will train AZ educators on how to implement the Starlab Portable Planetarium in their school setting. Participants that complete this one-day training will be elgible to borrow the Starlab for use at their school.

For more information please visit: http://marsed.asu.edu/workshop.

 
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