Harrison Middle School science teacher Debbie Reynolds has been selected as a Honeywell Space Educator. Reynolds is one of 200 educators selected from around the world for this innovative program. Honeywell Space Academy will take place in Alabama in June.
During the program, educators participate in a variety of activities including 45 hours of classroom, laboratory, and field-training. Simulated astronaut training exercises, high-performance jet simulations, scenario-based space missions, and flying programs are just a small sampling of what's in the curriculum. Educators work as a team to achieve a multitude of mission objectives. Whether it's performing experiments in the lab, repairing satellites, or adding a module to the International Space Station, all of the educational simulations are realistic, exciting, and challenging. More information on the program can be found at https://educators.honeywell.com/lesson-activities.