Shake, Bake, and Shout: Materials ISS Experiment-X (MISSE-X)
Wednesday 04/18/2018
6:00 pm ET (3:00pm PT)
FREE 1-hour Webinar
Educators in Grades 5-12

The NASA BEST Team is providing a free 1-hour webinar.

Join NASA’s Beginning Engineering, Science and Technology (BEST) Educators for a free 60-minute educator professional development webinar. Participating middle school educators will learn how NASA is using a series of experiments mounted externally on the International Space Station (ISS) to investigate the effects on materials during long-term exposure to the harsh environment of space. Learn ways to share this research with students in a hands-on activity. Using NASA's BEST Engineering Design Process, participants will test a variety of materials used in other challenges and determine if these materials would be suitable for long-term use in space. 

Hosted by NASAs Stennis Space Center (SSC) Office of STEM Engagement

Presented by Marci Rogers, NASA Education Specialist

For questions about the webinar, please contact Sondra Geddes,

Marci Rogers is an Education Specialist for the Office of STEM Engagement at NASA's Stennis Space Center. She has 30+years of teaching experience with 11 years as a special education classroom teacher in grades 3-12 covering all subject areas and 16 years as a Computer Discovery Teacher and Computer Application teacher in the Long Beach School District and Pass Christian Public School District. Marci has a Bachelor of Science from University of Southern Mississippi