NASA GLOBE: Real World Earth Science Data in Your Classroom Workshop
Thursday 06/27/2019
9:00 am CT
FREE 5-hour Workshop
Educators in Grades K-12

The NASA Stennis Space Center Office of STEM Engagement is providing a 5-hour educator professional development STEM workshop.

You must be a US citizen to register for this workshop and receive access to the Stennis Space Center to participate. 

NASA GLOBE: Real World Earth Science Data in Your Classroom

Date: June 27, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. CT  (30-minute lunch – please bring your own lunch and snacks. A refrigerator and microwave will be available)

Audience: In-service, pre-service, home school and informal STEM educators of grades K-12

Location: Stennis Space Center Rouchon House (download map)

Plan to arrive at Stennis at least 30 min. before start of workshop to ensure enough time obtaining guest badge at Stennis gate.

Join us in this workshop that will explore GLOBE certification and classroom resources, focusing on atmosphere measurements and observations. The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides educators, students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment.
Please bring your laptop computer to participate in online activities and complete online training (wireless internet will be provided).

Online pre-registration is required to participate.

Registration will be limited to 30 educators.

Registration will close when 30 educators are registered or June 23, 2019.

CEU's will be offered for 5.0 hours of attendance.

Steve Culivan is the NASA STEM Education Professional Development Collaborative Specialist at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. Mr. Culivan develops and provides NASA STEM online and face-to-face professional development programs for in-service, pre-service and informal educators. Mr. Culivan was the Principal Investigator for two International Space Station (ISS) in-flight education demonstrations. He additionally developed and co-developed several NASA curriculum products. Prior to his current twenty-eight year career with NASA Education, Mr. Culivan taught middle school Earth and Space Science, life science, English, art and coached several sports. He holds a current Louisiana teaching certificate in science and English. Mr. Culivan received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Louisiana Tech University and a Masters of Science degree in Education from Oklahoma State University.