Support Session Resources
Support Session Dates/Times
We have scheduled the following optional weekly support sessions to give you the chance to share ideas, connect with colleagues, and ask us any questions, technical or otherwise, that you might have. All sessions start at 7 PM Eastern and will last one hour.
We will use our standing 1-800 number and our Elluminate virtual meeting space that you can access here. Dates for support sessions are as follows:
- Tuesday, March 1
- Wednesday, March 9
- Thursday, March 17
- Tuesday, March 22
- Wednesday, March 30
- Thursday, April 7
- Tuesday, April 12
- Wednesday, April 20
- Thursday, April 28
In addition to these dates, Eyes in the Sky team members can meet with you at other times if you need one-on-one assistance with either your ambassador efforts or your student research projects. Please join us as you are able. We look forward to "seeing" you.
- NOAA Tsunami Education Resources
- NOAA Event Resources Tsunami Event - March 11, 2011 Honshu (northeastern Taiheiyou)
- BBC News
- ESRI ArcGIS page on Tsunami
- NY Times Sliders Interactive
- SERC Tsunami Collection
- California Geologic Tsunami Education and Information
- GISetc Resources
- Lehigh University Environmental Literacy & Inquiry: Climate Change Curriculum: A technology-supported middle school science inquiry curriculum focused on essential climate literacy principles. Students use geospatial information technology tools (Google Earth), Web-based tools (including an interactive carbon calculator and geologic timeline), and inquiry-based lab activities to investigate important climate change topics. Climate Change is aligned to the Essential Principles of Climate Literacy in addition to national science and environmental education standards.
- login: eliteacher
- password: 87dja92
- In time and place: A growing library of teaching materials focused on selected topics in American history. You will find traditional reading, map, and photo related resources, as well as GIS (Geographic Information System) data and activities. Materials can be used individually or as a whole to build a unit on each topic in a way that best suits your and your students' needs.
- Using ArcGIS to add GPS points to a local map and tell your data story is only a couple step process.