Win a Free PocketLab Voyager!
Follow these simple steps:
- Create a PocketLab Notebook account.
- Write a Notebook lesson that could be done with the students in your classroom and replicated on the International Space Station. Be sure to title the lesson "ISS: [Name of Lesson]".
- Submit your Notebook Lesson for review. Each lesson submission equals one entry for a chance to win a PocketLab Voyager.
The top 20 submissions will be chosen and winners will receive a PocketLab Voyager sensor and will be featured in the ISS National Lab Channel in PocketLab Notebook.
*Voyager giveaway is open only to U.S. and U.S. territory residents. International educators may submit lessons to be considered for a feature in the ISS channel in PocketLab Notebook.
Courtney Black International Space Station National Lab
Courtney Black is an Education Project Manager with the International Space Station National Lab. Before joining the National Lab, Black served as a formal educator for fourteen years educating elementary to high school youth. She is passionate about space education and encouraging educators and students to utilize myriad resources available that aim to improve life on Earth through the investigation and exploration of space.
Michael Vargas Space Station Ambassador