- Building an LTER-EDDIE Teaching Module and Community Curriculum development virtual workshop
By invitation only. This curriculum development and community building opportunity is tailored to participants who collaborate on LTER research. Invited participants from the LTER community will design, test, and publish a Project EDDIE module and work in a community together to improve how they teach quantitative reasoning. (Note: While this opportunity is by invitation only, we will have an open call to develop EDDIE modules at a January workshop. Please sign up for the Project EDDIE interest list if you want to stay in the loop on this or other opportunities to engage.)
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Project EDDIE (Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration) is a suite of education projects composed of STEM disciplinary and educational researchers. We develop flexible classroom teaching modules using large, publicly available datasets to engage students in STEM and improve their quantitative reasoning. Teaching modules span topics such as ecology, limnology, geology, hydrology, and environmental sciences. EDDIE also helps build the associated professional development needed to ensure effective use of the teaching modules.