Outreach team with undergraduate and graduate Space Ambassadors from Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, and Kennesaw State University. The team can provide STEM outreach presentations and hands-on demonstrations at K-12 schools, museums, and other educational arenas in the metro Atlanta area (remotely across the state of Georgia). If this is something you’d like to see in your classroom / school, more information and a request can be found here.
NOTE: At least through the Spring 2020 semester, the GOT Space Ambassador team is only available via remote visits to classrooms and/or remote STEM night events.
Georgia Space Grant Consortium’s number one goal is helping educate Georgia’s students. These are resources that will benefit parents who are now homeschooling their children due to COVID 19 quarantine. You will find a list of virtual experiences, activities and experiments, as well as a list of home school resources. GSGC will update this page as more resources become available.
NASA RERC STEM Educator Workshop Series
The STEM Educator Workshop Series provides hands-on professional development workshops to pre-service and in-service K-12 educators, university educators, home school and informal educators connecting STEM disciplines with NASA resources so that educators may infuse NASA education products into classroom curricula. This program helps support the efforts of the Georgia Department of Education’s focus on STEM Education. Read more>
Annual GA NASA STEM Conference
Each year in August, the Museum of Aviation hosts the annual Georgia NASA STEM Conference to kick-off the NASA RERC STEM Educator Workshop Series. The conference features an Annual STEM Teacher of the Year (now the Georgia STEM Team of the Year) Awards and provides Georgia STEM educators with a full day of STEM focused hands-on activities, demonstrations, and presentations by NASA Education Specialists and other NASA program members. This conference has STEM content for both K-12 and college level educators. Read more>