AGU STEM Ecosystems Workshoppublished Feb 17, 2020 11:47am
Fostering GEO-STEM Learning Ecosystems: Creating More Diverse, Inclusive, and Resilient Communities Engaged in the Geosciences
The Fostering GEO-STEM Learning Ecosystems: Creating More Diverse, Inclusive, and Resilient Communities Engaged in the Geosciences workshop at the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco was organized by Cheryl Manning, Brandon Jones, Cathy Manduca, and Kevin Bonine. Presentations introduced the STEM Learning Ecosystem concept, its relationship to the current GeoPaths solicitation, and highlighted example Geoscience Ecosystems including the EarthConnections learning Pathways. Participants formed small groups to discuss how to move forward geoscience ecosystems of various types and in different regional and educational contexts.
Fostering GEO-STEM Learning Ecosystems (Acrobat (PDF) 1.6MB Jan26 20) - Slides showing workshop structure and introducing STEM Learning Ecosystems, their role in the Federal STEM Strategic Plan, and examples in the Geosciences - Cheryl Manning
EarthConnections: An Example Ecosystem Model (Acrobat (PDF) 194kB Jan26 20) - Cathy Manduca
For more information on the workshop and its outcomes contact Cheryl Manning (clbmanning at mac.com)