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About the Program

The Airspace Systems Education Cohort is a nationwide network of motivated and creative teacher-mentors who inspire the next generation of explorers as only NASA can. Mentors engage students and teachers with quality NASA multimedia products that support math and science education in the context of Aerospace Technology. Look for an ASEC workshop in your area!

The ASEC program uses a train-the-trainer model of professional development
that will engage participants in scientific inquiry at the leading edge of education and technology. The ASEC is in its second year and will select 20 new, award-winning master teachers, assembled from our nation's K-12 classrooms. This second class will receive hands-on training at NASA Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley. After attending tours, lectures and workshops at the ASEC Summer Institute, cohorts will be charged with returning to their educational communities to train others in the use of NASA-developed classroom materials. These interactive, multimedia programs are developed for Airspace Systems by the NASA Ames Educational Technology Team and can be found at http://quest.nasa.gov. Thank you to everyone who took the time to prepare an application. All applicants will be notified of their status by U.S. Mail the week of April 24, 2006.

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