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Workshop Overview

2010 AMQUA Workshops Calendar

This workshop is being held in conjunction with the American Quaternary Association biennial meeting. The Cutting Edge Teaching Climate Change workshop will take place August 10-11, with a field trip August 12. The AMQUA meeting begins August 12 with the joint field trip, and continues through August 17. Participants may attend either one of the events or both of them. Note that the registration is separate for each event. This web page is for the Cutting Edge Teaching Climate Change workshop only.

The goals of the workshop are to:

Workshop activities will include presentations, large and small group discussions, demonstrations, and planning/writing sessions. Instructional materials and other information will be organized and compiled as collections of digital resources to support teaching about climate change around the world.

Dates

The workshop will begin on Tuesday afternoon, August 10, 2010 and will end after dinner on Wednesday, August 11. Participants must attend all sessions. The field trip is optional and will be held on Thursday, August 12.

Expectations

Participants are expected to:

Cost

The workshop fee is $70. This includes dinner on August 10 and breakfast, lunch and snacks on August 11.
There is a special rate of $25 for high school teachers, community college faculty and graduate students.
The fee for the optional field trip is $50. The workshop fee is payable online, and is due by July 30, 2010.

Part of the operational costs of the workshop and workshop materials are covered by a grant from the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE-0127310). Participants or their home institutions must provide transportation and lodging.

Application and Selection Criteria

Your online application must be submitted by July 15, 2010. The final list of participants will be established with the goal of assembling a group with expertise in geoscience education, paleoclimatology, climate science, as well as a spectrum of institutional settings and teaching experiences, and a diversity of participants. Preference is given to applicants who hold faculty positions at colleges and universities. Accepted applicants must also register to confirm their attendance at the workshop.

For more information visit the general information for workshop participants page.

Registration for the AMQUA meeting is a separate process. For details, see the AMQUA Meeting website.

Lodging

Participants are responsible for making their own lodging reservations, and the cost of lodging is not included in the workshop. A variety of lodging options are available in Laramie.

For More Information

Please contact Karin Kirk (kkirk at carleton.edu)


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