Educator Workshop: SPEED – STEM Problem-based Enhanced Educator Development
Date(s) - 07/11/2017 - 07/13/2017
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
SPEED – STEM Problem-based Enhanced Educator Development
Targeted Grade Level: 6th – 12th Educators
- July 11 – 13, 2017, 8 am – 4 pm each day
- No participation fee required
- Lunch is not provided
•This interactive session provides insight into an opportunity for educators to equip themselves with tools and a methodology to bring integrated STEM planning and delivery together through a three day workshop.
•The SPEED Workshop focuses on providing teaming skills, problem solving, and communication through hands-on activities and interactive discussions.
Provided by: The Defense Acquisition University-South Region
Facilitators: Mr. Jeff Craver and Dr. Greg Lewis
The STEM Training Academy for Teachers, home to GA’s NASA Regional Educator Resource Center (RERC), provides hands-on, professional development workshops for classroom teachers, pre-service teachers, informal educators, scout leaders, and home school groups. Topics are related to STEM disciplines and infuse NASA education resources into classroom curricula. During each workshop, educators receive NASA materials and resources, and when available, stipends for participation.
All workshops are held at GA’s NASA RERC, at the Museum of Aviation, unless otherwise noted
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM: SPEED – STEM Problem-based Enhanced Educator Development
***Please note: This workshop is full and no longer accepting registrations. Please complete the below registration form to be added our waiting list. Thank you.***
The Museum of Aviation Education Center operates Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and History-focused programs for learners ages 4 to adult under five major programs. Rigorous, goal setting experiences challenge students to solve problems. Programs are aligned to state and national education standards. Programs highlight career opportunities and workforce development strategies and are conducted both on school site and at the Museum of Aviation. During the FY 2016 year, 52,018 participants took part in Museum of Aviation education programs.