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Christine Hirst Bernhardt

Christine Hirst Bernhardt is an astronomy evangelist; she believes that space education can change the world. She was recently appointed as the chair of the first US team of National…

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Introducing LunchBytes: LUNCH WITH A PURPOSE!!!

Space Foundation ‘LunchBytes’ are mini sessions that give you the opportunity to enjoy quality PD AND your PB&J . . . ALL AT THE SAME TIME!!! These mini sessions are designed for any teacher to watch during your lunch or planning period! Learn how to write grants, integrate technology in your classroom, catch up on quick space facts, and so much more!

Design Challenges for High School

Learn how Christine implements design challenges in her classroom. Discover how design challenges can be modified for high school levels.

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Astronaut Training

This lesson is structured as stations that students visit in small groups. At each station, students use a skill that astronauts develop when they train for space missions. The students…

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The Making of a LunchByte

This video shows the making of a LunchByte, filmed through the lens of Teacher Liaison Denise Kuehner’s, “Astronaut Training Lesson.”

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Transit of Mercury

In November of 2019, Mercury we transit the Sun for the last time until the year 2032. This quick lunch byte gives information on what it means when Mercury transits…

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Beyond the PowerPoint

In this “Space Foundation Lunch Byte,” I’ll share with you some fantastic web-based presentations to improve lesson delivery and increase student involvement and excitement. Let’s go BEYOND the PowerPoint and…

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Mission Possible: Grant Writing 101

Join Jodie Guillen, Space Education Specialist at the Space Foundation in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as she helps you bring that mission IMPOSSIBLE into the realm of possibility! Mission Possible: Grant-Writing…

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UCAR Drones

This video explains how to implement Engineering Design Challenges while using Drones in the classroom.

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