Workshops, Webinars and Events

This is a list of upcoming events from across the Teach the Earth family of sites.

Workshop: Teaching Computational Thinking Skills with MATLAB
Oct 20-22 2019 For Educators in Geoscience, Physics, Math, Biology, Engineering, and beyond October 20-22, 2019 Carleton College, Northfield, MN The registration deadline has passed. Registered participants should review the ...

Webinar: Using GPS data to teach about the Earth in introductory undergraduate courses: plate tectonics, earthquakes, water cycle, and ice mass change
Oct 22 2019 Learn to teach about plate tectonics, earthquake hazards, water cycle, and changing glacial ice using GPS data, while increasing students' math skills and ability to apply science to societal decisions.

Science for Everyone
Oct 25 2019 Registration Deadline: 10/21/19 EVENT DATE: October 25, 2019 LOCATION Science Lab and Technology Building Cod Community College Engaging Activities F2F and Online Using Zoom, Seaweeds and GIS STEM WEEK: Friday, ...

Project EDDIE Module Development Workshop 2019
Oct 28-30 2019 October 28-30, 2019 Carleton College, Northfield, MN About this workshop: This 2.5-day face-to-face workshop will focus on participants designing flexible EDDIE teaching modules that pair scientific concepts and ...

Solve Climate by 2030: Solar Dominance + Civic Action
Oct 31 2019 Learn how to get involved in a national project to educate students about solar power plus storage. On April 7, 2020, hundreds of campuses will participate in 52 state-wide webinars about solar dominance.

Transferring into your geoscience career
Nov 1 2019 Registration Deadline: November 1, 2019 November 8, 2019 Waubonsee Community College As 2YC instructors, we are obligated to train our geoscience majors to the best of our abilities. Part of that training is to to ...

Advocacy 101: Engaging Policymakers And Promoting The Inclusion of a Geoscience Perspective
Nov 6 2019 Policymakers can benefit from the input of geoscientists, but they need to be engaged. We will discuss why it is important to reach out to policymakers at all levels as well as how to do it.

NASA Resources Support Instruction of NGSS Earth System Phenomena
Nov 7 2019 This webinar focuses on how to use the newly-updated My NASA Data (MND) resources in your classroom or informal educational setting. MND offers educators of grades 3-12 with a variety of NASA digital assets (i.e., lessons, and activities, as well as data visualization, and story maps) in support of NGSS Earth System phenomena. This webinar will showcase these resources, as well as model how to access and incorporate NASA data in your instruction.

Education Showcase: Sharing Best Practices and Strategies for Teaching Geoscience
Nov 8 2019 Friday, November 8, 2019 Wake Tech Community College, Raleigh, NC Registration Deadline: November 1, 2019 This workshop is the sixth regional workshop being held in Raleigh, NC, as part of the SAGE 2YC project. ...

PaSSAGE to Student Success in Florida 2YCs
Nov 9 2019 Putting the Pieces Together: Identifying and Engaging with Resources to Successfully Build Your Diverse Geoscience Program Saturday, November 9, 2019 Institute of Marine and Environmental Studies, Daytona State ...