Past Workshops, Webinars and Events
- A Civil Action - The Woburn Toxic Trial 1 match
- ACM Pedagogic Resources 2 matches
- Chronos Workshop 1 match
- CISMI 1 match
- CLEAN 4 matches
- Climate Education in an Age of Media 2 matches
- Cutting Edge 133 matches
- Earth Educators Rendezvous 47 matches
- EarthScope in the Northern Rockies Workshop 1 match
- GeoEthics 1 match
- GETSI 1 match
- Integrate 76 matches
- MARGINS Data in the Classroom 5 matches
- Math You Need 3 matches
- NAGT 47 matches
- Nanotechnology in STEM 1 match
- Neotoma 1 match
- Pedagogy in Action 6 matches
- Project EDDIE 3 matches
- Quantitative Skills 5 matches
- SAGE 2YC 85 matches
- Sustainability Workshop 1 match
- Teacher Preparation 2 matches
- Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB 5 matches
- Using Data in the Classroom 7 matches
Results 1 - 10 of 441 matches
Webinar: A Secondary NGSS Weather Unit: Emphasizing High-Leverage Science and Literacy Practices within Three-dimensional Learning Context
Webinar: How to Adapt EDDIE Modules to Meet Students' Needs
Feb 14 2019 February 14th, 2019 10 PST | 12 CST | 1 EST - This webinar will focus on how to adapt existing EDDIE modules to meet your specific course objectives. Jen will share her experience and that of her colleagues in reducing the level of difficulty for entry level non-science major classes and adding extra activities for upper-level courses. In addition, she will discuss her experiences taking materials written by others and adapting them to her specific course environment. The webinar will focus on Jen's experience with the Lake Mixing, Lake Ice Phenology, Lake Modeling, and Nutrient Loading modules but the content will be applicable to all modules.
Webinar: Developing students' quantitative reasoning skills using large authentic datasets and Project EDDIE modules
Feb 7 2019 February 7, 2019 8 PST | 10 CST | 11 EST Rebekka will describe how students make connections as they learn new material and why working with large authentic datasets can play an important role in addressing misconceptions. Catherine will describe how EDDIE modules are designed to help students improve quantitative reasoning using large datasets. They will both provide further insight into student and instructor experiences using these large-dataset modules.
Departmental Climate and GeoEthics
Feb 7 2019 Responsible conduct of scientists is as important as the responsible conduct of research to maintain the health of the scientific enterprise. In this February 2019 webinar, David Mogk explores the nature of personal interactions and how they impact individuals in academic departments. Principles of professionalism will be introduced followed by examples of (un)professional behaviors that impact the "climate" of a department. Suggestions will be made on ways to assess your departmental work climate, and concrete examples will be provided on how to prevent (or mitigate) threatening situations should they arise.
PathWaves to Success: Building Bridges between 2YC and 4YC Ocean Sciences Programs
Jan 26 2019 Registration Deadline: January 22, 2019 (extended) EVENT DATE: Saturday, January 26, 2019 LOCATION: Mt San Antonio College, Building 60, room 1511 Workshop Description Southern California Ocean Sciences educators ...
Building Community for Student Success
Jan 26 2019 Using active learning strategies to improve student engagement, diversity, and retention in Earth Science courses January 26, 2019 at Bellevue College Registration Deadline: January 11th, 2019 Workshop ...
Webinar: Developing and Implementing EDDIE Teaching Modules Using High-frequency Datasets to Address Scientific Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning Skills
Jan 15 2019 January 15th, 2019 11 PST | 1 CST | 2 EST - Join us for the first EDDIE webinar of 2019. Nick will talk about his experiences with developing and using his EDDIE Stream Discharge Module that utilizes student collected data. He will also discuss his experience and tips when implementing modules (e.g., Soil Respiration) designed by other authors. Finally, Nick will compare modules designed using student collected data or pre-existing data.
Webinar: A Teacher's Perspective on the NGSS: All Standards for All Students, Earth Science Integration, and the Three Dimensions
Welcome to Geosciences: removing barriers to engagement, success, and persistence
Jan 4 2019 Registration Deadline: December 30, 2018 EVENT DATE: January 3-5, 2019 LOCATION: Pasadena City College Retreat Lodge, 1490 Rockspray Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 Southern California community colleges bring ...
Engaging Environmental Justice in Geoscience Courses
Dec 10 2018 This December 2018 workshop, led by Sarah Fortner, Richard Gragg, Rob Rohbaugh, and Cathy Manduca is designed to focus on two strategies for incorporating environmental justice in undergraduate courses: case studies and service learning, as well as provide a discussion of the challenges of incorporating social issues in our courses. Through developing framework, sharing, examples, strategies, and tools, this workshop will explore how engaging the relationship between geoscience and environmental justice can strengthen students' interest in geoscience and build their ability to work on complex societal issues in their geoscience careers.