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Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
Satellites and Education Conference
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  • Less than 2,000 Km from Earth
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    • 1. Educators as Engineers Becky Jaramillo Curriculum and Professional Development Coordinator National Institute of Aerospace Hampton, Virginia August 13, 2010
    • 2. The National Institute of Aerospace (NIA)
    • 3. Know Your Audience
      • When it comes to STEM, I’m …
        • A scientist
        • A technologist
        • An engineer
        • A mathematician
    • 4. Less than 2,000km
    • 5.
      • Satellites in Geosynchronous Orbit
      Less than 40,000 km
    • 6.
      • Create a neutrally buoyant satellite.
      • Once the satellite is buoyant, using only the “tools” provided, maneuver the satellite through an obstacle course in less than one-minute avoiding collision with another satellite!
    • 7. Debrief
      • Reflect on the Balloon Satellite experience.
        • As a teacher, what science content did you deliver?
        • As a student, what new questions might you have?
    • 8. A new taxonomy … Bloom, et al, 1956 Anderson & Krathwohl, et al, 2000
    • 9. Digital Native or Digital Immigrant? Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants Let’s Be “Digital Multipliers” H. Sapiens Digital: From Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives to Digital Wisdom Backup Education The Role of Technology Essential 21 st Century Skills
    • 10. Where do you fit? Digital Immigrants Slow controlled information release – limited sources Singular process and single or limited task Processing order Text  Picture, Video & Sound Linear, logical sequential access Interact/network simultaneously to few Comfortable in real spaces Prefer students to work independently “ Just in case” learners Delayed/differed access, rewards & gratification Learning is to teach to the curriculum guide and standardized tests. Digital Natives Multiple multimedia information sources rapidly Parallel process & multi-task Processing order Picture, Video & Sound  Text Random access to interactive media Interact/network simultaneously to many Comfortable in virtual and real spaces Prefer interactive/network approach to work “ Just in time” learners Instant access, reward & gratification Learning is relevant, instantly useful and fun
    • 11. Today’s students …
      • Ctrl + Alt + Del is as basic as 2+2 = 4.
      • They grew up with virtual pets to feed, water, and play games with, lest they die.
      • Gas has always been unleaded.
      • They are wireless, yet always connected.
      • "Google" has always been a verb.
      • Text has always been hyper.
      • Bert and Ernie are old enough to be their parents.
      • There has always been blue Jell-O.
      ― Beloit College, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2012
    • 12. Wordle
    • 13. Engineering K-12
    • 14. NRC Engineering Framework
    • 15. So what does that mean for us . . .
    • 16.
      • Explore the HOTLIST
        • http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listnasaresbj.html
    • 17. NASA eClips
    • 18. Our World: K-5
    • 19. Real World: 6-8
    • 20. Launchpad: 9-12
    • 21. 5E Cycle E – Engage E – Explore E – Explain E – Extend E – Evaluate Educator Guides
    • 22. Design Process Packets
    • 23. Challenges
    • 24. Design Squad
    • 25. BEST Beginning Engineering, Science and Technology
    • 26. KLASSS Kennedy Launch Academy Simulation System Software Bring a launch countdown into your classroom! .
    • 27. RealWorld-InWorld Design Challenge
    • 28. Moonbase Alpha – July 6

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