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NASA Approach to STEM Collaboration
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NASA Approach to STEM Collaboration

This is the .ppt presentation used in May 2012 by NASA chief information officer Adrian Gardner. It provides a wonderful insight to the approach that NASA uses at it thinks about STEM collaboration with young people in our efforts to 'win the future'.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      Technology      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - NASA Approach to STEM Collaboration

  • 1. Educating Our Leaders of Tomorrow Adrian Gardner, CIO NASA Goddard Space Flight Center May 8, 2012
  • 2. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) est. 1958 Vision: To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn willNASA Administrator, benefit all humankind.Gen. Charles Bolden Jr. NASA Chief Information Officer Linda Cureton Glenn Research IV & V Facility Center (GRC) Plum Brook Station (IV&V) Goddard Institute of (PBS) Space Studies (GISS) Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)Ames ResearchCenter (ARC) 10 Centers NASA Headquarters 7 Facilities (HQ) 19,134 civil servantsJet 30,000+ contractors Wallops FlightPropulsion Facility (WFF)Laboratory(JPL) Langley Research Center (LaRC) Dryden Flight NASA Shared Research Center Services Center Michoud (DFRC) (NSSC) Kennedy Space Johnson Space Assembly Center (KSC) Center (JSC) Facility (MAF) White Sands Test Facility Marshall Space Stennis Space Flight Center Center (SSC) (MSFC)
  • 3. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight CenterNASA Goddard Space Flight Center is home to thenations largest organization of combined scientists,engineers and technologists that build spacecraft,instruments and new technology to study the Earth, thesun, our solar system, and the universe. 3
  • 4. NASA Education Vision StatementTo advance high quality STEM education using NASA’s unique capabilities
  • 5. STEM Education Framework Audiences Outcomes Learners Identify, cultivate, and sustain a diverse workforce and inclusive work environment that is needed to conduct NASA missions Educators Employ Engage the public in NASA’s missions by providing new pathways for participation. Institutions Educate Inform, engage, and inspire the public by sharing NASA’s Engage mission, challenges, and results. Build strategic partnerships that promote STEM literacy through formal and informal Inspire means. Operating PrinciplesRelevance  NASA Content  Diversity  Evaluation  Continuity  Partnership/Sustainability
  • 6. NASA STEM Education Ecosystem DOE, NSF, NIH, OSTP, USDA - Teachers - NASA Education Programs - Faculty - Students - NASA Career related decisions 3/30/03
  • 7. Federal STEM CollaborationFederal STEM Education Portfolio Priorities:1.Effective K-12 STEM Teacher Education2.Engagement in STEM3.Undergraduate STEM Education4.Serving Groups Traditionally Underrepresented in STEM fields
  • 8. STEM Partnerships…Reaching Learners, Educators and Institutions
  • 9. STEM Partnerships…Building the Future Together Will.I.Am LEGO Univision
  • 10. Summer of Innovation Reach in 2011• NASA’s Summer of Innovationleverages NASA-unique research anddiscovery as a powerful context for STEMengagement during the summer months. •Over 45,000 students• Summer of Innovation inspires middleschool students and sparks their •Over 5,500 educatorsimaginations and interests using theexcitement of NASA’s missions. •Camps and activities in 46 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
  • 11. Hands-on STEM Activities Engage Students“Tell me and Ill forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and Ill understand.” FIRST Robotics Great Moonbuggy Race
  • 12. NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarshipswww.intern.nasa.gov NASA Student Ambassadors...Why Being a NASA Intern is Cool!
  • 13. International Space Station…Educating Students in STEM
  • 14. NASA Educator OutreachNASA CORE Digital Learning Network NASA Explorer Schools
  • 15. Ways to Obtain NASA Education MaterialsView and download from NASA websitewww.nasa.gov/educationVisit a NASA Educator Resource Center (ERC)www.nasa.gov/education/ercnPurchase materials from the Central Operations ofResources for Educators (CORE)www.nasa.gov/education/core orContact Dr. Mabel Matthews, Office of Education,<mabel.j.matthews@nasa.gov>
  • 16. Looking Towards the Future: Opportunities for the Next Generation International Space Station New Space Launch System Mars Science Laboratory NASA’s Orion