Workshops, Webinars and Events
This is a list of upcoming events from across the Teach the Earth family of sites.
Spring 2021 Cohort 3 Extension Virtual Workshop
Jan 21 - Apr 30, 2021 Workspace » These activities are open only to SAGE 2YC Cohort 3 Change Agents participating in the project extension. The Spring 2021 workshop includes 8 activities from January to April that consist of web-based ...
Mini short course: Teaching about Planning for Failure: Landslide Analysis for a Safer Society
Mar 11 2021 Thursday March 11, 2021 12-2 pm PT | 1-3 pm MT | 2-4 pm CT | 3-5 pm ET | 8-10 pm UTC Register Deadline: Tuesday March 9, 2021 This course is part of the GETSI Virtual Mini Short Course Series. Instructors Bobak ...
Webinar: Inspiring ALL Geoscience Learners Nationwide with PBS
Mar 11 2021 Join PBS stations from across the country to learn about free, ready-to-use resources and services to inspire your earth/geoscience students. With a focus on resources grounded in the science inquiry process, NGSS Science and Engineering Practices (SEPs), Cross Cutting Concepts (CCCs) and locally-relevant and authentic phenomena, this session will connect teachers with resources and strategies to ensure that the NGSS are accessible to all students.
Graduate student onboarding courses: Exposing the hidden curriculum to help your students succeed
Mar 30 2021 In this webinar we'll discuss the value of graduate student onboarding, and explore potential topics for inclusion in such courses including student-advisor relationships, time management, communication skills, ethics and professionalism, and the research process.
ShakeAlert: Educational resources for teaching about earthquakes and early warning in the US
Mar 31 2021 In this webinar, we will introduce the ShakeAlert® Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) system for the West Coast of the United States. We will focus on the development of resources for a range of audiences in formal learning environments and free-choice learning venues. Participants will learn about our other resources, which include a multi-lingual messaging toolkit, science education products such as animations, and training protocols used by technical partners who deliver ShakeAlert-powered alerts to people and automated systems.