March 19, 2022
Would you like to contribute YOUR expertise to online professional development for out-of-school time STEM educators like yourself?
Make a difference & join our team to develop high-quality STEM educator support materials!
Saturday, March 19
9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Explore Academy LVS
4660 North Rancho, Las Vegas, NV 89130
$400 stipend for full participation.
Only 15 seats available.
Accepting applications through March 14.
Planetary Learning that Advances the Nexus of Engineering, Technology, and Science (PLANETS) is a NASA-funded collaboration between the Museum of Science, Boston, the Center for Science Teaching & Learning at Northern Arizona University, U.S. Geological Survey Astrogeology Science Center, and WestEd Making Sense of Science to develop and support three new out-of-school time engineering and planetary science units.
Our professional development team is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated educators interested in contributing to the growing field of out-of-school time STEM education.
As a STEM Education partner, you will:
- Explore and develop educator support materials for a planetary science and engineering curriculum for grades 6-8.
- Work with us to co-create relevant and useable educator support materials for this curriculum, providing valuable feedback before, during, and after the working session.
- Grow as an out-of-school time educator through engagement with other diverse educators and new curriculum!
To receive the $400 stipend, you must agree to:
- Review curriculum and supplementary materials before March 19
- Attend the full session on March 19, 2022
- Agree to review or create products as follow up
Questions? Contact Lori.Hare@nau.edu or 928-523-6008.
Or contact us if you would like to learn about additional opportunities.