Harrisburg Area Community College-Lancaster
Hello, my name is Geremea Fioravanti. I hold a Master's of Science Degree from the University of South Alabama in marine science. For my graduate work, I studied coral reefs in the Florida Keys with a research group from Dauphin Island Sea Lab. The highlight of my marine science education was an opportunity to dive in the D.S.V. Alvin to 2400 m (approximately~7500 ft) beneath the sea, while supporting research for the University of Delaware. I am a full-time biology professor with Harrisburg Area Community College, and I've been teaching college courses for over twenty years. I reside in the lovely city of Lancaster, PA. In addition, I'm currently the president of a 197 year old! science community called the Delaware County Institute of Science (DCIS). https://www.delcoscience.org/
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Implementing Student-Produced Audio Narratives (SPANs) in the community college classroom part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2021:Program:Share-a-Thon
This activity will focus on Student-Produced Audio Narratives (SPANs). These are classroom activity assignments where students engage with content by telling a story using simple audio recording and production ...