Tue, Jul 18|
This online course meets twice weekly for six weeks.
Time & Location
Jul 18, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT
About the event
It is clear the reality of a multi-planet future for humanity is fast approaching, with plans to land on the Moon in just a few years and Mars within the decade.
How might we best prepare students to participate in the growing space economy and in all the opportunities human migration to space will afford them in their lifetime?
Through a dozen units of study, this course provides an overview of why these questions are important, and how educators might help students develop the skill sets and mindsets they will need - whether they travel to space, work in the space industry, or remain on Earth to solve increasingly complex problems in other fields. Participants will learn how to prepare students for a future of global cooperation, environmental management on a planetary scale, and application of space science for the benefit of all humanity.
This ticket includes all online resources, recordings, and live meetings.