News from Across Teach the Earth

Register now for Prioritizing Mental Health During Field Work and Finals Webinar
Posted: Apr 26 2024

Join us this Tuesday, April 30th at 1pm ET for the GSA sponsored webinar, "Prioritizing Mental Health During Fieldwork and Finals". Speakers Mariama Dryák-Vallies from ADVANCEing FieldSafety and Jill Cyranowski, a Clinical Professor and the Clinical Psychology Center Director at the University of Pittsburgh will lead a discussion about prioritizing mental health during finals, field work, and new beginnings.

Registration Now Open for Teaching Computation with MATLAB in STEM 2024 Educator Workshop
Posted: Apr 5 2024
Join us in Northfield, MN for this engaging 3-day workshop where you'll learn how to integrate MATLAB teaching tools and code into material presentation and asynchronous student learning.
New Early Career resources for "Facilitating Meetings that Foster Equity and Inclusivity" live
Posted: Mar 12 2024
Are you a leader or convener for a meeting or workshop? Check out these resources to learn more about fostering meaningful dialogue on topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion within the geosciences and beyond.
Register for the NAGT Mentoring for Student Success workshop by March 27th
Posted: Mar 12 2024

Join us for this highly synchronous online workshop to gain skills that will enhance your mentoring effectiveness. Workshop dates are April 3, 10, 17, and 24.

Registration Now Open for Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2024!
Posted: Feb 1 2024

Save the date for the tenth annual Earth Educators' Rendezvous, July 15-19, 2024, hosted by Temple University! We look forward to another exciting event in Philadelphia, PA.

Registration Now Open for Geoscience Faculty Early Career Workshop
Posted: Jan 24 2024

Join us for a multi-day workshop in a stimulating and resource-rich environment where you will participate in sessions on topics including effective teaching strategies, course design, establishing a research program in a new setting, working with research students, balancing professional and personal responsibilities, and time management.

The 2023 NAGT Annual Report is now available
Posted: Dec 22 2023

NAGT's 2023 Annual Report is now available! Learn about the organization and what we have been up to over the past year.

Exciting changes coming to the Earth Educators' Rendezvous
Posted: Oct 3 2023

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Earth Educators' Rendezvous (EER), and time for us to reflect on what we've learned over the past ten years about running a conference and the evolving needs of the geoscience education community. Based on what we've learned, NAGT is adapting our approach. Starting in 2024, the EER will move to an every-other-year schedule. We will host the 2024 EER in Philadelphia as planned, and then the next EER will be in 2026 and every other year thereafter. The extended timeline gives us the opportunity to host a high-quality meeting that also makes best use of the financial resources, dedicated staff, and generous volunteers that make the meeting run. In addition, we are excited to move to this model in which we have more time to coordinate and develop synergies between EER and all of NAGT's other professional development programming. We look forward to seeing your ideas and proposals for the 2024 Earth Educators' Rendezvous in Philadelphia, and we'll let you know more about EER 2026 soon!

New IGUaNA Teaching Module on Gravity and Magnetics
Posted: Jul 3 2023

A new teaching module from IGUaNA is available online. This 3-unit geophysics module introduces students to the fundamentals of exploring the subsurface with gravity and magnetism.

NAGT turns 85!
Posted: May 11 2023

May 13 marks NAGT's 85th birthday! Since 1938, the National Association of Geoscience Teachers has promoted excellence in geoscience education and supporting the community of geoscience educators. Help us celebrate 85 years by sharing a story and/or by making a donation. Your contribution to NAGT will help us continue to inspire geoscience educators and promote Earth education for all.