NASA Educator Resource Center :

The purpose of a NASA Educator Resource Center (ERC) is to help teachers learn about and use NASA's educational resources. The ERCs are located on or near NASA Field Centers, museums, colleges, or other nonprofit organizations. The ERCs provide educators with in-service and pre-service training, demonstrations, and access to NASA instructional products.

Visit the The NASA Educator Resource Center - Fresno located Place: Education Building Rooms 165Date: Saturday March 5, 2016in the Kremen School of Education and Human Development in Room 420.  For more information contact:  Otto E. Benavides (559) 278-0379 or ottob@csufresno.edu

Workshops Offered

Date: Saturday March 5, 2016

Title: NASA Online Resources Aligned with Standards in Education (K-6)
Instructor:
Maria Chambers, NASA Education Professional Development Specialist

Date: Saturday March 5, 2016
Place: Education Building Rooms 165
Time:   8 AM - 1 PM

Description:

Looking for NASA resources that are aligned with the standards?  Attend this NASA training on February 20, 2016 to learn about NASA resources for K-6 teachers. These resources are STEM based and involve the Engineering Design Process.  Maria Chambers, NASA Educator Professional Development Specialist at NASA Ames Research Center will be conducting the training. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn about NASA curriculum!

To register, click on this link or copy and paste in your preferred browser: 
http://ctap7.k12oms.org/143-109709

 

Title: NASA Online Resources Aligned with Standards in Education (7-12) 

Instructor: Maria Chambers, NASA Education Professional Development Specialist

Date: Saturday April 23, 2016
Place: Education Building Rooms 165
Time:   8 AM - 1 PM

Description:

Looking for NASA resources that are aligned with the standards?  Attend this NASA training on April 23, 2016 to learn about NASA resources for 7-12 teachers. These resources are STEM based and involve the Engineering Design Process.  Maria Chambers, NASA Educator Professional Development Specialist at NASA Ames Research Center will be conducting the training. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn about NASA curriculum!

To register, click on this link or copy and paste in your preferred browser: 

http://ctap7.k12oms.org/143-109711

Note: The NASA workshops are free of charge to all participants. Participants interested in gaining credit can register for one unit of credit through Extended Education at the time of the workshop. There is a fee for the Extended Education credit.

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