This is a fascinating topic in that it reveals much about a person. For me as an educator, Christa McAuliffe is a hauntingly powerful image. The idea of a teacher in space whose desire was to teach a lesson from space to millions of students on Earth is compellingly inspirational. It is here where I would pack my things appropriately. I would bring a dry/ erase board and markers for visual aids, as well as some books as reference points. I think that there is something really impressive in teaching a lesson that could be taught on Earth, yet teaching it in space. I would bring a short story unit that I teach about dissension amongst human beings. Then, in teaching this lesson from space, I think that there might be a thematically inspirational element that can hope to bridge the differences amongst people when teaching it from a position where all people can develop affinity for it. I think that bringing materials, such as the packet of stories that students already have, that would enable this lesson to be taught from above back below would be something that I would bring to make my experience and my lesson more meaningful. It is a personalized response, but I thought that given the question, it required a personalized analysis.