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CANCELLED: Use NASA Design Challenges to Develop Critical Thinking

Tuesday, March 12, 10:45 am–12:00 pm
Sacramento Convention Center - 316

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Experience design challenges through Project-Based Learning (PBL), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) curricula, and metacognitive practices that support authentic learning. Using a PBL framework, develop the skills and practices that engage, inspire and challenge young people to bring their unique gifts to the world.

Topic: STEM
Additional Audience(s): Teachers/Administrators, Non-Classroom Based, Charter School Leaders
Level: All
Grade Level: Multiple Grade Levels

Presented by


Kathleen Fredette Kathleen Fredette, iLEAD Schools

Kathleen Fredette is the Director of STEAM Initiatives with iLEAD schools. (MA, STEM Curric & Design, certified in Gifted Ed, multiple subjects and science credentials) She is an Airborne Astronomy Ambassador with NASA SOFIA, NASA Endeavor Leadership Distinction Award, Women in Aerospace National award recipient; Space Foundation Teacher Liaison, Educational Advisor to the Board, Southern California Soaring Academy, NSTA Aerospace Advisory board, DreamUp Advisory Board Married to Mark for 32 years with fours amazing sons. She's also a glider pilot.