Welcome to Project EDDIE

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.


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  • New Grant Award: Collaborative workshop with EREN, NEON and Project EDDIE
    NSF awarded Belmont University Assistant Professor of Biology Matt Heard (Principal Investigator) with a grant from the Division of Environmental Biology. The grant, titled "Integrating large datasets into undergraduate teaching and research through a collaborative workshop with EREN, NEON and Project EDDIE" will host a series of workshops to provide training to undergraduate faculty in using large-scale ecological data to design new research projects and teaching activities that enhance understanding of environmental issues and how to manage large-scale data.
  • Project EDDIE Column in Oceanography
    Dax Soule, Project EDDIE Co-PI, authored a column on EDDIE teaching modules featured in the upcoming June issue of Oceanography.
  • Instructor story: An instructor discusses their experience adapting and implementing an EDDIE module
    Webinar: Date TBD - An important aspect of EDDIE modules are designed to be flexible and allow the adopter to adapt the module to their classroom context. This webinar will discuss an instructor's experience adopting and adapting the EDDIE Climate Change Module at CUNY Queens.
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