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Navigating the Teach the Earth Portal
Aug 19 2020 Have you ever visited theTeach the Earth portal and felt overwhelmed by the volume of materials and navigating the site? If the answer to either (or both) of these questions is yes, this is the webinar for you! You'll explore what is available on Teach the Earth, learn tips on navigating and searching efficiently, and what went into the development of quality activities found there.
Webinar: NGSS-ESS Mini-series: Remote Teaching & Learning Resources, part 1
Sep 10 2020 Join us for this first webinar in a mini-series where you will learn about the freely available classroom resources from a dozen or so organizations that you'll want to explore for use in your "classroom." The resources focus on providing opportunities for high levels of student engagement and rigor for virtual, face-to-face or hybrid teaching.
Webinar: NGSS-ESS Mini-series: MORE! Remote Teaching & Learning Resources, part 2
Oct 1 2020 Join us for this second webinar in the mini-series where you will learn about more freely available classroom resources from organizations that you'll want to explore for use in your "classroom." The resources focus on providing opportunities for high levels of student engagement and rigor for virtual, face-to-face or hybrid teaching.
Virtual Workshop: Teaching Computation Online with MATLAB
Oct 11-13 2020 This October 11-13 workshop, held at Carleton College in Nortfield, MN, will bring together faculty who teach quantitative thinking and computational skills and are interested in strengthening their courses, curricula, and teaching materials that make use of MATLAB. Working with faculty peers and MATLAB experts in group and individual settings, workshop participants will share their strategies, tools, and resources for teaching computation with MATLAB. Expertise will be shared across disciplines from faculty members in biology, chemistry, engineering, geoscience, math, physics, and allied field. Workshop discussions and sessions will encourage and enable participants to apply knowledge gained from their peers to their own course materials.