In this online workshop, NISE Net partners will present a general introduction to the Frankenstein200 project and provide an overview of free online resources that are available to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein in 2018. Led by Arizona State University, the Frankenstein200 project has created hands-on maker-style activities, an immersive alternate reality game, and other resources that are available for free download. These educational resources encourage the process of creativity while considering important questions related to responsible innovation.
Take events using the Explore Science: Earth & Space toolkits to the next level by partnering with NASA's Solar System Ambassadors and local Night Sky Network member astronomy groups. Listen to how other NISE Net partners incorporated these talented and knowledge professional and amateur astronomers into their events. This workshop will feature partners who worked with these resources for the first time and others who have maintained a relationship with these groups.
This online discussion provides a demonstration and overview of the hands-on STEM activities in the 2018 Explore Science: Earth & Space toolkit, tips for using training materials, forming local collaborations, and suggestions for marketing your events and programs.
This online presentation and discussion covers the science behind a subset of the 2018 Explore Science: Earth & Space toolkit activities. After a brief overview of the showcased activities and associated materials, Laura Peticolas, Ph.D. a space scientist and science educator, will dive deeper into the underlying science concepts and connections to current and future NASA missions.
This online presentation and discussion will continue exploring the science behind the 2018 Explore Science: Earth & Space toolkit. After a brief overview of several toolkit activities and associated materials, Katherine Kornei, Ph.D, an astrophysicist and science educator, will unpack the fundamental Earth and space science concepts and connections to current and future NASA missions.
ASTC 2018 will be hosted by Connecticut Science Center in Hartford, September 29–October 2, 2018. The NISE Network will have many activities and professional development opportunities at the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) annual conference. More Information http://www.astc.org/conference/ Session Proposals Download the Call for Proposals here. Proposals for sessions and poster presentations will be submitted online and are due on Friday, December 15, 2017. When you are ready to submit your proposal online, click here . NISE Network Happy Hour NISE Network partners are invited...