Educator Professional Development Training

Posted by Inc. on June 10, 2019


“PA Teachers In The Workplace”

Calling All Educators Come Fly With Us Act 48 Credits – Middle and High School Classroom Teachers and Out-of-School Time Providers are invited to participate in exciting NASA STEM Education Professional Development Opportunities designed to support the next generation of student scientists and engineers to observe and better understand our dynamic planet Earth through experiential learning using NASA technologies and data in real-world settings.

Educators will receive STEM Kits, Free Lunch, Free Parking, and Introduction to our PAsmart, Philadelphia Works “Teacher in the Workplace” Philadelphia Writing Project’s Framework & Act 48 Credit Programby Dr. Diane R. Waff, Practice Professor of Education, Director, Philadelphia Writing Project, Penn Graduate School of Education.

  • June 11, 2019 U.S. Department of Energy, EERE Workforce Management Office, DOE EnergyVets
    9:00a.m.-3:00 Othalene Lawrence, Environmental Scientist, EERE Senior Diversity & STEM Program Lead
    Harry Graham, School District of Philadelphia, Center for Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Technology
    Lindsay Patterson, USW Local 286, Business Representative and Lawrence “Larry” Goodman, Organizer
  • June 21-22 NASA Professional AREN Aerokat Kites (15 Educators Per Session), Fairmount Park
  • June 25-26 NASA Professional AREN Aerokat Kites (15 Educators Per Session), Philadelphia Soccer Club Agusta Fields
    9:00am-3:00 10402 Decatur Road, Philadelphia, PA. 19154

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