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Pacific Northwest Marine Sciences Community College Faculty Conference
Dec 11 2019 Registration Deadline: December 1, 2019 EVENT DATE: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 LOCATION: Highline College's MaST Center Aquarium, 28203 Redondo Beach Drive South, Des Moines, WA 98198 We are convening this ...

Inclusive and Effective College Science Classrooms: Engaging Students, Designing Lessons, and Integrating Diversity into Curriculum
Dec 8 2019 Sunday Dec 8, 2019 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM This workshop is held in San Francisco in association with the 2019 Fall American Geophysical Union meeting (although it is held the day before AGU). We welcome instructors, ...

Getting Started in Environmental Justice Curriculum: Bridging Disciplines and Community
Dec 4 2019 Teaching environmental justice through collaboration

Working together to increase success and participation within our programs
Nov 22 2019 Registration Deadline: November 15, 2019 EVENT DATE: November 22, 2019 LOCATION: Suffolk County Community College, Ammerman Campus Currently accounting for over 50% of the nation's undergraduate population, ...

The Matrix Approach to Curriculum and Program Learning Outcomes Design
Nov 18 2019 The webinar is an introduction to the use of matrices in curriculum design, creating program learning outcomes, and assessment. Example matrices will be used to demonstrate these applications.

Metacognitions
Nov 16 2019 Making Every Teaching Activity Centered On Giving New Instructional Tools Inspiring Our Nations Students Registration Deadline: 11/12/2019 EVENT DATE: 11/16/2019 LOCATION: Centralia College, Centralia Washington ...

Webinar: Engaging Undergraduates with the Data Behind Melting Ice and Changing Sea Levels
Nov 13 2019 This November 13 webinar introduces instructors to the Understanding Our Changing Climate: Data Behind Melting Ice and Changing Sea Level teaching module from the GEodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) project. In the course of this module, students not only significantly increase their data analysis skills and understanding of Earth's climate system, but gain experience doing a stakeholder analysis and communicating findings to stakeholders.

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 ...

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. ...

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.

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