Other Educators, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Yavapai County Cooperative Extension STEM Program Coordinator and 4-H Youth Development Program Assistant
Ms. DeVeau is a non-traditional educator interacting with teachers, and as such, she reaches a different group of people than our more traditional educators.
Ms. DeVeau and Ms. Sartore attended the RBSP (Radiation Belt Storm Probes) workshop, and shared their NITARP experience with about 30 of the teachers attending the workshop.
We are officially announcing our 2011 class! Here they all are.
It was refreshing to learn that NASA wants scientists to get/stay in communication with the public, including schools, regarding the science being done. Engagements translates to representation and support from a grassroots mindset.
Thank you for this invaluable opportunity and insight into how real science is conducted and shared by the scientific community. Astronomy, as is any branch of science, is such a diverse field with many discoveries yet to be made. It was truly an honor to be a part of the NITARP program.
It was amazing being, not just an attendee of the conference, but a real part of it through the poster presentations.
I've attended many NSTA conference that focus on science education, but this purely scientific conference was an amazing opportunity. I gained a true appreciation for both the quantity and quality of research and work being conducted in the field of and astrophysics. [...]It made me feel like I was part of a community of learners with the same, or at least related interests. [...]