The geographical area served consists of the State of Arizona.
Region / Chapter Member Care Manager: Carla Cummins
September 28, 2021
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST
Inspiring CTE & STEM Students Through Space
The Moonshot challenged and inspired us. The Mars exploration intrigues us. Private Space travel allows us to discover more of the universe and provides new career opportunities and industry partnerships. In all scales of CTE, STEM and maker programs, tapping into students' passion for exploration will inspire learners to push the boundaries of what is possible.
In this session, actionable steps and tools to foster a passion for exploration of all kinds into CTE and maker programs and their physical spaces will be presented. Attendees will learn how immersive technologies can enhance the learning experience, explore partnership opportunities with colleges and businesses, and delve into spaceport workforce training that can be provided to students, opening a new world of opportunities for generations to come!
- Discover how space exploration inspires the design of STEM and maker spaces
- Budget-conscious strategies for the programmatic and physical design of CTE programs
- Learn how collegiate and industry collaboration provides real-world experiences/opportunities for students
- Explore how digital immersive technologies strengthen remote learning and enhance student experiences
Russ Federico, Executive Director of Bond & C.I., Marana Unified School District
Greg Wilson, Dean of Applied Technology, Pima Community College
Chloe Hosid, Design Researcher, Corgan
Paul Winslow, FAIA (Moderator), Partner + CEO, Winslow + Partners
This event is FREE!