When:Saturday, August 22, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Where:Online (link will be provided to registered participants)
Target Audience:Teachers for grades 2-12
In this interactive virtual workshop, we will discuss NASA resources, lessons, and strategies for remote STEM instruction. Education specialist Brandon Rodriguez from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will highlight STEM lessons and student activities that can be easily adapted to an online classroom environment. Participants will have a chance to join the conversation and share their own strategies and expertise with the group.
Can't attend the workshop? Explore more virtual education workshops and resources below:
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This free workshop is offered through the NASA-JPL Educator Resource Center, which provides formal and informal educators with NASA resources and materials that support STEM learning. For more information, visit the Educator Resource Center page.