“Science isn’t done until it’s shared!,” emphasized Jim Green, NASA Chief Scientist at a NASA InSight briefing. Nancy Hoehn, a science teacher at Kaiserslautern High School, tweeted and embraced Dr. Green’s science communication challenge.
In order to share her NASA InSight Social experience, Hoehn shared the historic event on social media, incorporated the latest science into her daily labs and activities, and designed outreach events for her community. To maximize her community’s travel grant investments, Hoehn applied to become a NASA Solar System Ambassador. The program empowers volunteers across the United States and on overseas military installations to share NASA’s latest science, technology, engineering and math through community outreach events.
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Hoehn has been invited to become a Solar System Ambassador and is conducting events for K-12 students and their families in the Kaiserslautern Military Community by partnering with schools, the USO and youth organizations. She has already participated in ongoing training and will receive NASA mission resources to share at events, like the recent STEM Night at Kaiserslautern High School.
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She will also serve as a NASA Solar System Ambassador Master Teacher and conduct professional development for teachers with NASA educator resources.
Find her upcoming events, or request Nancy Hoehn to be a part of your event at https://goo.gl/7sgA9x or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.