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( June 29, 1998)
NASA EDUCATION SPECIALIST TO PRESENT AEROSPACE WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS AT SDSM& T JULY 13 & 15
NASA Education Specialist Pam Christol will present a two- day, hands- on teachers workshop July 13 and 15 on the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology campus. The workshop will focus on using aerospace/ aeronautics as the platform for integrating math, science and technology in a curriculum plan for any K- 12 classroom. The workshop will run from 8: 00 a. m. to 4: 00 p. m. and will be held in the Surbeck Center Bump Lounge on the SDSM& T campus.
The workshop is sponsored by the South Dakota Space Grant Consortium ( SDSGC) and is an extension of the aerospace curriculum workshop held June 22- 23 at SDSM& T for K- 12 teachers and youth organization personnel. The extended workshop is open to both participants in the June session and also new applicants. The curriculum resources available to teachers taking the July workshop include materials not offered in June, such as the NASA lunar samples certification and computer lab exercises for CD- Roms and NASA Space Link.
The workshop costs $ 75 if taken for college credit ( one credit) or $ 25 for non- credit or certification renewal. The registration deadline is July 10, 1998. To register or obtain additional information, contact Linda Allen, SDSGC Outreach Coordinator, at 394- 1975 ( Monday- Wednesday) or write to: South Dakota Space Grant Consortium- MI 228, SDSM& T, 501 E. St. Joseph Street, Rapid City, SD 57701.
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