NASA helps teachers apply space lessons to classroom

08/27/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

About three dozen southern California teachers packed a free six-hour NASA seminar, learning about space shuttle mechanics, life in zero gravity and how to tap NASA's resources to engage students. "We want to inspire our students to be the next Barbara Morgan," said Cheri Pratt, 55, an elementary special-education teacher.

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