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Just in Time Workshop Series with NASA eClips, GLOBE, and My NASA Data

Updated on September 19, 2019 - 9:39 AM CDT
Posted on September 19, 2019 - 9:27 AM CDT

Dates:
10/5/2019 (Sat) - 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM CDT
11/2/2019 (Sat) - 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM CDT

Tags: High School | Middle School | Educator | Best Practices / Lessons Learned | Citizen Science | Curriculum / Lesson Plan / Activity | Professional Development | Cross-Forum / Collaborative Project | Earth Science

Event information

NASA Langley Research Center's (LaRC) Science Directorate and the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) will offer three Saturday Professional Development workshops to support science teachers of grades 6 through 12.  Featured resources are provided by GLOBE, NASA eClips, and My NASA Data. A certificate documenting PD hour of participation will be provided for each session attended.  Space is limited.

GOAL: Explore student-centered Earth systems science using NASA data and education resources.

Time: 9 am - 12:30 pm

LOCATION: National Institute of Aerospace, 100 Exploration Way, Hampton, VA 23666

For more information conatact - Joan Harper-Neely (joan.harper-neely@nianet.org) or Elizabeth Joyner (elizabeth.r.joyner@nasa.gov)             

Sign up to attend one or all of the following sessions:

1. Saturday, October 5, 2019 - Topic: Air Quality: “The Air We Breathe”

Anchoring Phenomenon: Air Quality

Join us to explore NASA and GLOBE resources that allow students the opportunity to gather and analyze data to build an understanding of the relationships between aerosols, clouds, and Earth’s energy balance.

2. Saturday, November 2, 2019 - Topic: Weather: “How Much is Too Much”

Anchoring Phenomenon: Effects of Hurricanes in Hampton Roads

Join us to explore NASA and GLOBE resources that allow students the opportunity to gather and analyze precipitation and soil moisture data. 

3. Saturday, March 21, 2020 - Topic: Carbon Cycle: "Trees Around the World"

Anchoring Phenomenon: Deforestation

Join us to explore NASA and GLOBE resources that allow students the opportunity to gather and analyze data to build an understanding of the carbon cycle.

 

 

 

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