Space Exploration Educators Conference

Space Center Houston is inviting innovative content driven presentations tied to space exploration which include at least one hands-on component. We also encourage cross curricular content sessions. Sessions are needed for all grade levels. Sessions tied to current NASA missions are also preferred. SEEC 2023 will take place Feb. 9-11, 2023.

Over the years, many SEEC participants have made extraordinary contacts throughout the space exploration field. We encourage educators to team with these resources and consider co-presenting sessions. Highly desirable presentations will have a combination of a space professional and an educator. These expert/educator combinations will provide authentic learning experiences for all participants.

Sessions should be interactive, engaging and use hands-on activities. Sessions must incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) concepts that can be implemented in an educational setting. STEM-based sessions with art integration are also welcome. Presenters who represent organizations may not promote the sale of their companies’ products.

Proposals submitted after Sept. 18, 2022 will be reviewed only if space is available.

 

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Space Center Houston’s Learning Innovation Center is among the nation’s leading science-education resources. Our programs are based on national science standards and focus on science, technology, engineering and math to help adults and children think critically, learn about the past, present and future of America’s space flight program and build a greater understanding of the world. The children we teach and inspire today could be among the first humans to walk on Mars. Discover and explore our many educational programs, events and exhibits below.

Education programs

Space Center Houston’s Learning Innovation Center is among the nation’s leading science-education resources. Our programs are based on national science standards and focus on science, technology, engineering and math to help adults and children think critically, learn about the past, present and future of America’s space flight program and build a greater understanding of the world. The children we teach and inspire today could be among the first humans to walk on Mars.

 

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