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NASA Instructional Coach-SSC

NASA STEM Pathway Activities Consortium for Education
Stillwater, OK Full-time
Posted on June 9, 2019

NASA NSPACE Instructional Coach, Stennis Space Center (SSC), Mississippi. The NASA STEM Pathway Activities-Consortium for Education (NSPACE) office is seeking a NASA Instructional Coach to support the NASA.

Oklahoma State University (OSU) is the contractor for NASA offering this position at SSC.

Job Summary:

NASA STEM Engagement activities are dedicated to supporting kindergarten through post-doctorate level students, educators and education communities prepare the next generation of explorers through unique learning experiences based on NASA missions and research. The NASA STEM Pathway Activities - Consortium for Education (NSPACE) provides educators and students opportunities to engage in NASA research and missions, designed to stimulate interest in the study of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects. The NSPACE provides educators and students access to NASA experts and equipment and opportunities to participate in unique hands-on activities that sometimes include on-site experiences. This position will be responsible for working in a team environment, identifying synergies, efficiencies, opportunities for collaboration, and areas of improvement.

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