$2000 Stipend for 9-12 Science Teachers

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Eyes in the Sky II is a long-term professional development program that prepares high school science teachers to use NASA data and visualizations along with other geospatial information technologies. Throughout the program, teachers and students investigate both global and local environmental issues.

The program includes four parts:

1) a 12-week online Web course, consisting of three 4-week modules;

2) a 7-day face-to-face summer workshop held onsite at a NASA research center;
Note, you need provide own transportation to workshop site.

3) one year of classroom implementation, ending with a virtual student showcase; and

4) an ambassador program for providing professional development for other teachers in participants’ schools or districts.

Teachers receive a $2000 stipend.

For more information about the Eyes in the Sky II program, including the online application click here.

Applications are due by January 15, 2010. We expect this will be a popular program. As there are a limited number of openings available, first consideration will be given to early applicants. If you have further questions, please contact Carla McAuliffe (Carla_McAuliffe@terc.edu) or Erin Bardar (Erin_Bardar@terc.edu).

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2 Responses to “$2000 Stipend for 9-12 Science Teachers”
  1. Bruce Kubanoff says:

    I would have like to apply earlier to be considered but I did not know about this program until now. If there is a possible chance that this program were to be offered again could I pleased be placed on a mailing list to receive information. Thanks. Sincerely, Bruce

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for interest Bruce!
    Here’s a link so that you can sign up to receive newsletters: http://ow.ly/1Aou5

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