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The National Conference on Aviation and Space Education
Presented this year in five regional locations!

Hosted by
the Federal Aviation Administration AVSED Program
and the National Coalition for Aviation Education
in association with local sponsors

Aviation and Space Education Workshop

Friday, February 19, 2010
In Conjunction with the
Great Lakes Aviation Conference
February 19 & 20, 2010

 Rock Financial Showplace
46100 Grand River Ave.
Novi, Michigan 48374
Telephone:  248-449-5500          Fax:  248-449-5544


Aviation and Space Education Teacher In-service Workshop

The planning committee for the Great Lakes International Aviation Conference (GLIAC) is pleased to announce the Aviation and Space Education Teacher In-service Workshop, held in conjunction with the FAA's Aviation and Space Education Program (AVSED). The workshop is scheduled for February 19, 2010 at the Rock Financial Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

AVSED is recognized as an authority in aerospace education, providing resource consulting services, and expertise on various aspects of civil aviation and commercial space education. Our workshop will include a variety of activities and projects. The presenters will introduce middle and secondary education teachers to the many career opportunities in the next generation aerospace work force. In addition, they will identify the skills, knowledge, and abilities necessary for their students to be successful in pursuing these opportunities.

Over the past ten years, the GLIAC has developed steadily into the premier event of its kind in the Midwest. The conference is a comprehensive aviation showcase that touches nearly every aspect of the aviation industry. "We are excited about the addition of the teacher workshop to this year’s event,” said Todd Smith, the Conference Coordinator. “It will certainly broaden and enhance the conference.”

Educators who attend the GLIAC will experience nationally renowned aviation speakers, an extensive career fair, and an expansive industry trade show with over 100 industry exhibitors. In addition, graduate credit is available. “The GLIAC provides an incredible experience for educators,” said Dr. Philip Tartalone, Chair of the Planning Committee and Eastern Michigan University Aviation Program Coordinator. “The hands-on opportunities, and STEM principles that the conference provides, are invaluable resources for the teachers to take back to their classrooms.”

Teachers may register specifically for Friday’s Aerospace Workshop, or expand their participation by registering for the full conference. The GLIAC dates are set for February 19-20, 2010. The Rock Financial Showplace is a state-of-the-art facility, and is easily accessible from I-96.

For additional information about the Aviation and Space Education Teacher In-service Workshop, the Great Lakes International Aviation Conference, and registering for the entire conference, visit the conference Web site at


Download this PDF form and send it as indicated to register for this workshop only.

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