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The Hard Part Comes Next: Sustaining and Nurturing Student Engagement After an Experiment’s Launch to the Space Station

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11:00 AM, Friday 5 Feb 2021 CST (1 hour 30 minutes)
Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Virtual Classroom 2   Virtual session
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Grades K-12
Having launched nine student experiments to ISS, iLEAD Schools--with guidance from Dr. Jacob Cohen, Chief Scientist, NASA Ames--has pioneered a framework to engage students throughout the process. From inception, experiment optimization through post-flight analysis, iLEAD ensures students across its network are engaged in the process of doing real spaceflight experimentation.

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Lauren Milord
Director of Programs
Kathleen Fredette
Director of STEAM Initiatives
iLEAD CA Charter Schools
Colleen Leeson
Westbury Christian School
Alice Walker
Space Center Houston Education
Joyce Winterton
NASA - GSFC WFF Directorate Education
Jenn Donais
K-8 STEM Coach | PAEMST 2016 | AFA/Rolls Royce 3rd Place National Teacher of the Year | Google Coach | PLTW Launch Lead Teacher | ST Math Champion
Amesbury public schools
Vered Cohen Barzilay
Founder Direcror
Out of the Box
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