The Montana Learning Center is once again opening up an amazing opportunity for teachers to be on the forefront of STEM education, right here in the Treasure State! Join the Montana Learning Center for an engaging NASA-themed training session on November 5th & 6th.
This workshop is designed to get you and your students excited about NASA-related science and technology. Teachers will be issued a Lego robotics kit, a drone, and a microscope kit, and will work through challenges facing current NASA missions. Discover creative new ways to incorporate those activities into your classroom!
Participating teachers will earn 18 Montana Office of Public Instruction renewal units and return home with a variety of NASA-related student activities.
Space is limited, so apply today! Applicants must be STEM teachers who work in formal classrooms in Montana. Applications are due October 16th, and applicants will be notified of acceptance shortly after.
This teacher workshop is designed and delivered by Ryan Hannahoe, executive director of the Montana Learning Center, Jesse Gray, technology teacher at Ronan High School, and Kate Mattern, biology teacher at Anaconda High School. STEM in the Rockies – NASA Edition is funded by NASA, the Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline (NESSP), and the Montana Learning Center.
Eligibility: To apply for this opportunity, all applicants must be a teacher of a STEM subject(s) at a school in Montana.
How to register: Visit the registration form