Exploration Then and Now: Science and the Historical Perspective
Tuesday 05/05/2015 5:00 pm (Eastern Time)
FREE 1-hour Webinar
Educators in Grades 6-12

The NASA Educator Professional Development Collaborative at
Texas State University is providing a 1-hour webinar.

Imagine being a settler of Jamestown in 1607 and trying to survive the harsh conditions of a new and unfamiliar world. Now, imagine being a space-faring explorer discovering new worlds and building settlements in extraterrestrial environments. How would these two experiences compare? If resources are limited, how would you make decisions about items you need and those you don't need? Come explore with me as we travel through time and space to inhabit new worlds! #JourneytoMars

Brandon has 16 years of experience as a teacher and leader in STEM Education.  Brandon became an Education Specialist with NASA in 2009. Brandon is responsible for designing and conducting professional development workshops for pre-service, in-service, & informal educators and collaborating with state and local education agencies in the Johnson region of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Colorado, South Dakota, & North Dakota.  Brandon earned a BS in Middle Grades Education with an emphasis in science and social studies and an MS in Educational Leadership & Administration with certifications for Principal and Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction.  Prior to joining NASA Education, Brandon spent 9 years in Kentucky as a classroom science teacher in grades 5-9, a 21st CCLC Academic Specialist, a K-12 Principal for Cornerstone Christian Academy, and an Adjunct Elementary Science Education Professor for Midway College.