Hands-on Space Education and Outreach
The Space Education and Outreach Committee has introduced a new technical session intended to demonstrate and share successful hands-on activities and experiments that help learners gain a deeper understanding of space and Earth science concepts. If time permits, congress participants will be able to try out the hands-on activities on-site.
This session provides participants the unique opportunity to offer one-on-one training of successful hands-on activities and experiments.
Submitters to the session are encouraged to provide a live hands-on demonstration. Also possible is giving a presentation with slides or a combination of the two.
In your abstract, please state your preference. Presenters who provide a live hands-on demonstration are still encouraged to provide some power point slides that will be included in the proceedings to share your work after the congress.
We will provide tables, chairs, power, internet access, and access to water. You will be responsible for providing all demonstration materials and instructions. Presenters are encouraged to bring instructions for replicating the experiment to share with your colleagues and session attendees.
Not permitted: explosives or chemicals.