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Nine satellite companies agreed May 17 to donate satellite capacity and equipment to the United Nations, seeking to coordinate their responses to natural disasters. SpaceNews.com
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Nearly 600 members of a union that has been on strike against United Launch Alliance for almost two weeks will vote on a new contract May 19 that would end the labor dispute. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX and OneWeb, two companies building thousands of satellites for broadband services, both expect to connect billions of the world's least-served to the internet. The two most prominent developers of electronically steered antennas don’t share that aspiration, however. SpaceNews.com
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The new Pentagon-based vice commander of Air Force Space Command, Lt. Gen. David “DT” Thompson, made his first public appearance May 15, 2018, at a Washington Space Business Roundtable luncheon. SpaceNews.com
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Testimony by NASA’s Inspector General at a May 16 hearing provided new support to efforts by two senators to block plans to end funding of the International Space Station in 2025. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:07-10-2012
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     KeywordsProgram Manager Education, Distance Learning Presenter, Instructional Designer
    CV

    EDUCATION

    University of NC at Charlotte, 2006, courses in Special Ed. and Middle Sch. Experience.

    University of Maine, 1996-98, Graduate courses in Science Ed, Curriculum & Assessment.

    University of Arizona, 1980-83, Teaching Certification K-8.

    University of Vermont, 1974-77, BS Wildlife Biology. 

    CAREER EXPERIENCE

    Science Curriculum Specialist, Cabarrus County Schools, Concord NC.  Aug. 2005-Aug. 2012.

    • Responsible for coordinating and conducting Inquiry based science staff development, training and facilitated leadership for 31 Elem., Middle, and High School within the Cabarrus County School system.
    • Developed process and ongoing delivery of an Elementary-MS Science kit refurbishment center for eighteen elementary and seven middle schools.
    • Facilitate science content training for K-8 grade teachers.
    • Facilitating Professional Development for K-12 teachers in the areas of Science Notebooking, Questioning Skills, Inquiry methods, and Unpacking Science Curriculum.
    • Strong skills in: project organization, networking, instruction, state and national standards, inquiry and problem-based teaching methods, and science teacher instruction-training K-12.
    • Chemical Hygiene Officer, shared duties with Safety Officer, to develop, implement, and maintain safe science laboratory procedures and chemical use/storage/disposal in all schools.
    • NC – Infrastructure for Science Education Board member, 2006-2008.
    • NCSTA conference presenter - Science Notebooking, 2010.

    Instructional Designer, NASA Johnson Space Center, JIMMS, 2001-2005.

    • Content Developer, team responsibilities for creating, designing, and implementing distance learning educational modules delivered through NASA’s Digital Learning Network (DLN).
    • Interfacing with numerous NASA subject matter experts to enhance and expand the NASA content for all DLN educational activities.
    • Responsible for ensuring educational programs meet National Education Standards (Sci., Math, Tech., Engineering) and reflect current Inquiry and Problem-Based learning Pedagogy.
    • On-camera host for DLN videoconferencing events delivered nationwide and internationally,K-16. 
    • Mentor for DLN interns and team responsibilities for integrating new team members into the DLN Content Development and On-Camera Host methods.
    • Team responsibilities included coordinating and producing various DLN Special Events such as; Astronaut Appearances, Meteorite research in Antarctica, Centennial of Flight, and NEEMO underwater programs.
    • Collaborated with Educator Astronaut Program to identify educational connections with teacher applicants, content, and processes within NASA education at JSC.
    • Strong skills demonstrated in: oral/written communication, knowledge and application of educational standards and methods, assessment, editing, research, integrated content and on-camera presence.

    NASA Education Workshop (NEW) Facilitator, Johnson Space Center, 1999-2000.

    • Co-organized and facilitated a nine day NASA themed workshop for 25 Informal Educators from across the country.
    • Presented Educational Standards based activities, conducted on site tours, secured hotel and restaurant facilities and provided yearly summary and evaluation of program.

    Lead Science Teacher, K-5 Juan Linn Aerospace Magnet School, Victoria TX. 1999-2001.

    • Grant writing and budgetary committee member responsible for implementation of Magnet School program with Aerospace theme.
    • Responsible for infusion of Science into Staff development, curriculum, and projects for 38 classroom teachers, support staff, and K-5 student population.
    • Designed and completed simulated Mission Control Center, Mars Yard, Flight Simulator, and full sized glider replica construction as student math and science activities.

    Classroom Teacher, 7th Grade Science, Howell Middle School, Victoria, TX, 1998-99.

    • Integrated team teaching approach for 125 students.
    • Co-Program Manager for after school Outdoor-Aquatic program.

    Region III Collaborative for Excellence in Science Teaching, Victoria TX, 1998-2001.

    • State-wide mentoring program for physics teaching in middle and high school inquiry based instruction.
    • Mentored five district teachers and presented to Texas Math and Science teachers conferences.

    Classroom Teacher 6th Grade, Orono Middle School, Orono, ME, 1989-98.

    • Teaching Science, Math, and Social Studies incorporating Inquiry and Problem Based instructional methods.

    Maine Science-Math Camp Lead Teacher, Camp Wavus, Jefferson ME, 1997.

    • Development team member and lead teacher for 3 one week hands-on Science-Math summer camp for 9-12 year old students.

    The Art of Teaching Sci. Workshop Facilitator, Region III Collaborative, Victoria TX, 1996-97.

    • Developed and instructed 30 middle school teachers over a 3 day workshop on discrepant event investigations, authentic assessment, and hands-on flight activities.

    EQUALS Workshop Facilitator, Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley CA, 1993-98.

    • Trained facilitator to present three 6 day workshops throughout the state of Maine.
    • Program focus on creating sustained interest in mathematics for girls and minority students.

     Adjunct Professor, University of Maine, ESC 316, Elementary Science Methods, 1992-94.

    • Responsible for designing, instructing, and assessing pre-service education students and re-certification teachers.
    • Emphasized Inquiry based problem solving, alternative assessment, and utilized elementary students as part of the learning process within the course.

    Math and Science Academy Instructor, U. of Maine, summers 1993-94.

    • Hands-on learning by doing large scale flight projects for three week math-sci. academy for Maine state teachers.

    Classroom Teacher, 5th Grade, Asa Adams Elementary School, Orono, ME, 1983-89.

    • Self contained teaching all subjects.

    Veterinary Science Laboratory Technician, U. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1979-83.

    • Responsible for collecting field data and laboratory testing processes for wild and domestic animal studies for tuberculosis and leptospirosis occurrences in Arizona.
    • Authored and co-authored four scientific publications.

    PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

    NASA’s Group Achievement Award, JSC Distance Learning Outpost, 2002.

    • The award is given in recognition of outstanding accomplishments which have been made through the coordination of many individual efforts and have contributed substantially to the accomplishment of the NSAA mission.

    Teamwork Award, NASA-JSC, IMPASS-InDyne, 2001.

    • The award is given in recognition of outstanding performance, team spirit, and commitment to excellence.

    Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, DC, 1992.

    • Established by the White House to identify outstanding mathematics and science teachers as models for their colleagues and as leaders in the improvement of science and mathematics education.  Recognized for their impressive array of expertise in the areas of teaching, learning, curriculum, research, and professional development.

    Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 1993 and 1996.

    • Award honors educators nominated by students from Who’s Who Among American High School Students and The National Dean’s List as a teacher who has taken the time to lead, inspire, and demand excellence while contributing to the lives and futures of their students.

    Chevron Education Award – Best Classroom Practices, 1997.

    • Award recognizes creative approaches to teaching math, science and technology in the classroom and is disseminated across the country through the Chevron Education Awards website.

    Science-Math Fellowship, Council for Basic Education, Washington D.C., 1994.

    • Awarded for outstanding and unique independent research opportunities for educators.  A self designed six-week research program, “The Image of Space Technology in Russian Society” with a fully funded research trip to Moscow and Star City in Russia.

    PUBLISHED PAPERS AND ARTICLES

    Chilelli, C.J., S. Picard. 2003.  Learning Without Boundaries:  A NASA – National Guard

    Bureau Distance Learning Partnership.  54th International Astronautical Federation, Bremen, Germany.

    Chilelli, C.J., Richard Glueck. 1992. Far Out…Worth Collecting. Odyssey Magazine. pp 32-33.

    Chilelli, C.J., M.M. Marshall, and J.G. Songer. 1982.  Antiloptospiral agglutinins in sera of Desert Bighorn Sheep.  Trans. Desert Bighorn Council.  pp. 15-18

    Songer, J.G., C.J. Chilelli, M.M. Marshall, T.H. Noon, and R Meyer. 1983.  Serological survey for leptospirosis in Arizona beef cattle.  Am. J. Vet. Res.  44:1763-1764.

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP & COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES

    NCSTA member, 2010 to present.

    Rotary International – Cabarrus County Club, 2008-2009.

    North Carolina – Infrastructure for Science Education Board Member, 2006-2008.

    Texas Distance Learning Association Member, 2004 to 2005.

    IMPASS Safety Committee Team Member,  JSC-IMPASS contract, 2003.

    National Aeronautics Association ‘Brewer Educator’ Forum, Washington D.C., 2003.

    National Science Teachers Association, Member since 1985.

    Science Teachers Association of Texas, 1998-2001.

    Maine Science Teachers Association, 1989-98.

    Science Standards Committee, Victoria ISD, Victoria, TX, 1998-2001.

    Maine Science Standards Committee, Maine Dept. of Education, Augusta, ME, 1995-98.

    Maine Education Assessment Committee, Maine Dept. of Education, Augusta, ME, 1993-98.


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