Seeing your Students at NASA: Rocks from Space and Other Worlds
Tuesday 09/20/2016
5:00 pm ET
FREE 1-hour Webinar
Educators in Grades 3-8

The NASA Educator Professional Development Collaborative at
Texas State University is providing a 1-hour webinar.

Astromaterials scientists at NASA study rocks and "soil" samples from other planetary bodies. Come learn how your students can get involved with GLOBE materials to study Earth rocks and soils, learn more about the Lunar & Meteorite Certification program for educators, and experience a tour of the various missions and research NASA has conducted and continues to conduct in our Solar System and Beyond.
Brandon Hargis

Brandon has 16 years of experience as a teacher and leader in STEM Education.  He holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Middle Grades Science Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership & Administration with certifications for Principal and Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction.  Brandon became an Education Specialist with NASA in 2009.  He is now a faculty member of Texas State University and is the Educator Professional Development Collaborative Education Specialist at NASA Johnson Space Center.  He is responsible for designing and conducting professional development workshops, modeling best practices for culturally responsive teaching, and developing digital badges for online courses.  Brandon collaborates with state and local education agencies in the JSC region of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Colorado, South Dakota, & North Dakota.