What an amazing week!
The Astronauts Memorial Foundation hosted the 2023 Space Conference for Educators at the Center for Space Education. Educators from all over the world attended this three day conference.
The event aims to serve teachers from across the nation by providing professional development opportunities, and high-quality STEM instructional resources. Attending educators spend three days at The Center for Space Education developing curriculum and forming relationships. Educators will be given a once in a lifetime opportunity to be immersed in the operations of Kennedy Space Center.
This year, the event included Educators talking with Astronaut, Sultan al Neyadi, who was aboard the International Space Station.
It was an incredible gathering of educators, innovators, and Space leaders, fostering our global community committed to STEM, Space Education and ScienceDays.
So excited to support and meet all the fabulous educators out attending the Space Conference. It was a pleasure meeting so many dedicated educators from around the country and the world! said Carla Michaelis.
So wonderful to connect and engage with everyone to inspire all our kiddos! commented Melinda B., Founding Board Member at Aviation Youth Mentoring Program.
According to the educator Ivonne Catherine the conference was a wonderful opportunity to learn new skills, connect with other educators and learn about new technologies we can incorporate in the classroom.
Michaelis in action
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