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Saturday, April 17 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Take NASA into your Home and School STE(A)M Classroom while Integrating Culturally Responsive Practices

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Relationships are the core of teaching and learning, whether we are face to face with students or engaged in remote learning. In this session, we will explore strategies for planning and delivering culturally sensitive/responsive learning opportunities for students in the STE(A)M classroom in either home or school. Participants will be guided in how to incorporate culturally relevant STEM teaching strategies within exciting NASA contexts to foster both student motivation and content learning. The session will end with step by step guidance of the many NASA websites that share wonderful and updated NASA STEM education resources aligned with recent missions and efforts by NASA’s scientists and engineers. Take advantage of NASA’s free resources and encourage ALL your students to reach for the stars!
Astronomy, Careers, Physics

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LaTina Taylor

LaTina Taylor, NASA EPDC Specialist with the NASA Educator Professional Development Collaborative (NASA EPDC) at Texas State University. Native of Chicago, Illinois with over 24 years of experience in education with the Chicago Public Schools. Ms. Taylor is National Board-Certified... Read More →

Saturday April 17, 2021 3:00pm - 3:50pm CDT