“The award is a stepping stone of teachers’ empowerment,” Sara Torres, ASTA executive director said. “It allows the teachers to make a difference — not in the classroom, they’ve already proven that — but in the field of advocacy for science.” http://www.tucsonlocalmedia.com/news/article_4560f2ae-d46e-11e7-a23b-43398c69bc85.html  
If so, you should attend the ASTA-Planetary Science Institute Workshop on December 9th in Prescott Valley.  This one day workshop will provide you teaching resources and an opportunity to loan materials from the Planetary Institute for free in your classroom. Register today!    
ASTA in partnership with the Planetary Science Institute, is pleased to bring this 1-day workshop to STEM educators. Come learn about: the history of lunar exploration, how scientists study the Moon, and the relationship between the Earth and Moon. This workshop includes: teaching materials and six CEU’s Workshop: Saturday, December 9, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm at Franklin Phonetic School, 6116 East Hwy 69, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314