Virtual Space in the Community
The Space Foundation, with the support of Lockheed Martin, is offering a 15 series webinar event full of space-inspired STEM activities and career pathway discussions geared toward Middle and High school students but also supports parents and teachers. Development of students to become lifelong STEM learners, to grow a community's organic workforce, and to strengthen economic development while also inspiring students through virtual hands-on activities and lesson plans. Additionally, participating students will have the opportunity to listen to stories and the career pathway of a former NASA astronaut during three sessions of our Audience With an Astronaut® program.
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Interview with Erin Roethlisberger and a Mars Lander Design Lesson Tutorial
Program Intro and A closer look at the Orion Space Capsule
Interview with Renee Frohnert and a Radio Frequency lesson tutorial
Interview with Ari Vogel and a Project Management lesson tutorial
Interview with Caleb Lane and a Wearable Tech Lesson Tutorial
Interview with Dr. Bennie Lewis, Jr. and a 3D Design Lesson Tutorial
Interview with David Hatch and a Satellites Lesson Tutorial
Interview with Wil Santiago and a Thermal Protection Systems Lesson Tutorial
Interview with Chelsea Partridge and a LCROSS Lesson Tutorial
Interview with Elliott Sievers and Lesson Tutorials: Mars Habitats and Life Science
Interview with Barry Bohnsack and a Teambuilding Lesson Tutorial
Interview with John Hayes and a Robotics Lesson Tutorial
Interview with Kim Pattillo and a STEAM Careers Lesson Tutorial
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