|Statement||Colin Burgess ; foreword by Grace George Corrigan.|
|LC Classifications||TL867 .B85 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||99056385|
About Teachers in Space Teachers in Space, Inc. is a (c)3 non-profit educational organization which stimulates student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by providing their teachers with extraordinary space science experiences and industry connections. Our professional development workshops for STEM teachers include personal and experimental flight. Send a teacher into space! NASA has a new program. Teachers will become astronauts. They won't just go along for the ride. They will be real astronauts. But first, they have to leave their schools to get ready. A lot of teachers wanted the job. NASA picked some of the very best. That group of teachers . On Janu , NASA space shuttle orbiter Challenger lifted off into the clear blue skies over Florida on mission STSL, carrying a crew of seven, including teacher Christa McAuliffe. Just seventy-three seconds into the launch, a massive explosion tore Challenger apart. This newly revised edition of Teacher in Space tells the story of how McAuliffe graduated from her role as a much. Inspired by NASA’s Teacher in Space program, which in selected Christa McAuliffe to be the first school teacher to train as an astronaut and fly to the International Space Station, Teachers in Space aims to provide educators with extraordinary space science experiences and industry connections to help them inspire their students.
The Teacher in Space Project (TISP) was a NASA program announced by Ronald Reagan in designed to inspire students, honor teachers, and spur interest in mathematics, science, and space exploration. The project would carry teachers into space as Payload Specialists (non-astronaut civilians), who would return to their classrooms to share the experience with their students. Teachers in Space began as a government project. On Aug , President Ronald Reagan announced he was “directing NASA to begin a search in all of our elementary and secondary schools and to choose, as the first citizen passenger in the history of our space program, one of America’s finest—a teacher.”. International Space Station Activity Book >>> For more information, check out the web sites on page 30! Teachers and Parents. This activity book is designed to appeal to students in grades K At the discretion of the teacher or parent/guardian, the more advanced pupils. This book charts the inter-planetary correspondence between space traveller Jon and his primary school class back on Earth. As well as letters, his adventures on Pluto are documented in a scrapbook-style collection of leaflets, newspaper articles, homework reports and .
Teaching resources, children's and teacher books, lesson plans, book lists, classroom resources, educational products from Scholastic for PreK to 12 teachers. Teachers. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education Classroom Magazines About Us Students will learn about space with these leveled activities and lessons for different skills and grade ranges. The journal she never got to finish was replaced by A Journal for Christa: Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in Space, written by Grace George Corrigan, Christa’s grief-stricken mother. The book is a tender tribute to an extraordinary teacher. Read more. 3 people found this s: 6. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space by Catherine D. Hughes. With supersize photographs and all the interactive nonfiction text features typical of a National Geographic Kids book, this collection of facts about the moon, planets and dwarf planets invites young space enthusiasts to pore over its pages. Best for: Preschool.