3-2-1 LIFT OFF! at the Fargo Air Museum

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The Fargo Air Museum will host a NASA workshop for participating educators to gain a perspective on
the role of the international space station as one of mankind’s most exciting and challenging endeavors.
The teachers will leave with a 3-2-1 Lift Off teachers guide emphasis on hands-on involvement, data
collection, observation, exploration, prediction, interpretation, problem-solving and development of
language skills.

Objective:

The purpose of this workshop is to provide awareness of NASA educational resources and
how to access them online. Participating educators in Elementary Education will be introduced to the
International Space Station and the role rockets play in its construction. The workshop uses these topics
as the basis for interdisciplinary activities for the early learner. The activities integrate mathematics,
technology, and English language arts skills.

Bio:

Susan Kohler has more than 20 years of progressively responsible K-12 educational leadership
experience. She has served as an Assistant Principal, Principal, Curriculum Director, Math/Science
Consultant and Director of Educational Outcomes. She currently works for NASA and The Pennsylvania
State University as the Aerospace Education Service Project education specialist for Glenn Research
Center in Cleveland Ohio.

Location:

The Fargo Air Museum is one the region’s unique educational treasures. The museum’s
mission is to provide education through restoration and preservation. Take a mini-school tour while
you are here and learn more about our “hands on” military history, aviation and science & technology
school tour options available throughout the year.