David Lockett is a middle school STEM teacher, whose interest in STEM and astronomy started when he attended Fisk University. As a result of that interest, he founded a non-profit that focused on innovative methods to bring science, technology, engineering and math education to all students.
Over the past few years, he attended NASA Socials for the Orion First Flight Launch, the OLYMPEX campaign, and the New Horizons mission. His efforts integrating STEM and astronomy were recognized with a Congressional STEM proclamation.
During a recent visit to Chile as part of a teacher enrichment program, David received extensive training about the instruments, science, data products, and communicating concepts. His mission is to provide unique learning opportunities and assist students with developing an understanding our universe.
Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:
First Lego League Into Orbit Challenge Bell Museum
International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) Lake Wales Park
What causes seasons? Randolph Howell Elementary
NASA Juno Mission Uranidrome
Arts turn STEM into STEAM Week at MTSU MTSU
Past Events Collaborated On By This Ambassador:
Preparing for Observe the Moon, Incorporating Astronomy into STEM, Dr. Jackie Maslyk, author of STEAM Makers for Educators Twitter #STEAMMakerChat
Citizen Science-Led Open Data Innovation Through NASA Programs International Society for Technology Education Conference, (ISTE) Pennsylvania Convention Center