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  • Our research has shown that these are the problems that need help…..
  • Our research has shown that these are the problems that need help…..
  • Our research has shown that these are the problems that need help…..
  • Presenters: Explain each step of our primary research…in greater detail
  • Presenters: Explain each step of our primary research…in greater detail
  • Talking points • Statistics on U.S. student performance in STEM subjects • Mission of the Discovery Voyager and the program • The Coalition’s role/goals in STEM and the bus • Progress of the Discovery Voyager (activities, cities and dates visited, public’s reaction) • Speak with Brainiacs about how the tour is going
  • Through our research we found that Facebook is a cost-effective way to specifically reach our target audiences…
  • Includes Discovery Voyager Facebook ad
  • Presenters: Discuss budget facts in more detail…elaborate.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Title Page
    • 2. (embed video)
    • 3. Launch Pad Communications Erica Binns Ciara Bujanos Meredith Clampitt Abbey McLaughlin Megan Sayler Allie Wallace Liz Yardley May 6, 2010
    • 4. Coalition for Space Exploration
      • Challenges
      • Environment
      • Recommendations
    • 5. Research
      • Low comprehension in STEM subjects
        • 1/3 of 4th graders and 1/5 of 8th graders can’t perform basic math computations - National Center for Education Statistics
    • 6. Research
      • Lack of knowledge and interest in STEM-related careers
        • 1/2 of students surveyed would be unhappy with a career in math or science -Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2007
        • “ Science doesn’t matter unless you want to be a doctor, or something like that.” Suburban student - Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2007
    • 7. Research
        • “ When I told my friends my major they were like, ‘An engineer? Do you like work on trains?’ People don’t know that engineers literally design everything.” - Travis, engineering and business administration major
        • “ Kids don’t realize how important STEM subjects are for the future of society. If students were more knowledgeable or educated about the fields, then interst would rise.” - Debbie Hays, 5th grade teacher
    • 8. Research
      • Learning concepts with hands-on activities and real life experiences are most effective
        • “ The best method for teaching students science is activity-based learning.” - Jeff Rosenblatt, Director of Science City
        • “ The idea of touching things and physically having the material in their hands is better than busy paperwork or math problems.” -Maggie Bohlin, middle school teacher
    • 9. Research
      • Positive parental influence is beneficial
        • 81% of students surveyed believe their parents have influenced their interest in school
        • “ I used to get bad grades all the time. Finally, my Dad said to me, ‘Son your education is the only thing I can give you that no one can take away from you.’ Then, something in me snapped and now I’m a double major.” - Travis, engineering and business administrations major
    • 10. Social Media Use
    • 11. Most Watched TV Channels
    • 12. Research
      • Space exploration is still exciting, but why?
        • 94% of former Space Camp participants are interested in space exploration and 96% admire astronauts
        • “ I’d give my left arm to be an astronaut, and if not then at least work in the field.” - College student
        • “ With our country in trillions of dollars worth of debt, I think space is that last thing we need to be spending money on. But, I do think it is cool.” -Travis, engineering and business administration major
    • 13. SWOT Analysis
    • 14. Strengths
      • NASA’s well-established space program
      • People are still excited about space
      • U.S. school system provides high quality STEM employees
      • Hands-on STEM education is effective
    • 15. Weaknesses
      • “ Been there, done that” mentality
      • Space is not prominent in grade school coursework
      • Lack of media exposure
      • U.S. education system does not provide enough STEM employees
      • Little public awareness about STEM
    • 16. Opportunities
      • Ability to reframe NASA history for youth
      • Potential budget increase from government
      • New media provides easy access to target audiences
      • Public/private corporation coordination
      • NASA’s planned missions under President Obama
    • 17. Threats
      • STEM careers abound outside of the space exploration field
      • U.S. schools are taken advantage of by international students
      • Parental involvement in education
      • Lack of media exposure for space initiatives
    • 18. Key Publics
      • Primary
      • Students between 3rd and 10th grades
      • Teachers
      • U.S. taxpayers
      • Social media users
      • Intervening
      • Media
      • Involved parents
      • Coalition members
      • The Discovery Channel
    • 19. Goals
      • To encourage American youth to pursue careers in STEM-related fields including the aerospace industry.
      2. To increase public interest and support for an ongoing United States space exploration program.
    • 20. STEMulate America
    • 21. Goal One Objectives
      • Create awareness of STEM-related careers
    • 22. Geek Week Poster
    • 23. Geek Week Programs
    • 24. Goal One Objectives
      • Create a mobile learning bus
    • 25. Discovery Voyager
    • 26. Discovery Voyager Tour Cities
    • 27. Media Kit
    • 28. Website
    • 29.
      • New York City
      • Sept. 12 to Sept. 16, 2011
      Satellite Media Tour Chicago Jan. 12 to Jan. 13, 2011 Los Angeles May 14 to May 18, 2011
    • 30.
      • Educate the public about everyday technologies from space
      Goal Two Objectives
    • 31. “ Where would you be without space?”
    • 32.  
    • 33.  
    • 34.  
    • 35.
      • Increase public interest and support for the Coalition for Space Exploration
      Goal Two Objectives
    • 36. Social Media Initiatives
    • 37. Facebook Fan Page
    • 38. Facebook Analytics
    • 39. Facebook Ad
    • 40. Total Campaign Budget
      • $99,726.90
    • 41. Thank you!

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