Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Webinar: Getting Started with your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Projects: An open forum webinar with students, educators, and the Trees Campaign core team
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Tuesday, January 19, 2021 @ 2:00pm EST (7:00pm UTC). Getting Started with your Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Projects: An open forum webinar with students, educators, and the Trees Campaign core team. With the first four months of the Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign focusing on the science (Tree Height, Greenings, Carbon Cycle, and Land Cover), we will now focus on how to take that science and create student research projects. We will hear from several students across the GLOBE Program about how they have begun their research projects related to trees and we will focus on some specific research questions that students can undertake for their projects. We invite all teachers and their students to attend this webinar, so that we can have informal discussions on how students can begin their student research projects.
Do your students want to do student research, but aren't sure where to begin? Do you have questions you would like answered about student research related to trees? Please submit your questions to: Dorian Janney (<---just click on Dorian's name), prior to the webinar, and we will try our best to have an answer for you during the webinar.
Prior to the webinar, please also check out the campaign’s “Getting Started Your Student Research” page. This page has been set up for the next Phase of Year 3 of the Campaign. In January 2021-March 2021, the campaign will be in the Science and Planning Student Research phase, highlighting how students can use the science, data, and online tools from the first four months (The Science Phase) of Year 3 in the development of student research project ideas. We will utilize the “Thematic Overarching Research Question (TORQ), Major sub-questions, and additional questions for research.