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 80 matches
- MARGINS Data in the Classroom 5 matches
- Math You Need 3 matches
- NAGT 50 matches
- Nanotechnology in STEM 1 match
- Neotoma 1 match
- Pedagogy in Action 6 matches
- Project EDDIE 4 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
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Helping your department or program to survive and thrive in the changing world of higher education
Apr 18 2019 In this April 18 webinar, Kathy Browne (Rider University) presents the story of how one academic department recovered and became stronger after an existential threat, and Stephen Mulkey (University of Florida & Unity College) provides context of the pressures facing higher education and strategies for survival, recovery, and thriving.
Webinar: WikiWatershed Toolkit and NGSS
Apr 18 2019 April 18, 2019 1:00 PM Pacific | 2:00 PM Mountain | 3:00 PM Central | 4:00 PM Eastern Presenter: Steve Kerlin, Stroud Water Research Center Webinar Description WikiWatershed (https://wikiwatershed.org/, an ...
Field Camp: Do's and Don'ts
Apr 18 2019 Thursday, April 18, 2019 1:30 pm PT |2:30 pm MT | 3:30 pm CT | 4:30 pm ET Presenters: Carolina Ortiz , University of Florida Megan Borel, University of Florida Caroline Quanbeck, University of Florida This webinar ...
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Earth and Environmental Sciences: Supporting the Success of All Students
Apr 10-12 2019 April 10 - 12, 2019 University of Illinois at Chicago Note: this workshop has already taken place. Workshop presentations, summaries of discussions, and other resources are available on the program page. This ...
Students as Bridges Between Disciplines and Across Campus for Sustainability
Mar 28 2019 Students can often help to facilitate communication between disciplines and across campus units. This March 28 webinar presents two examples of student-centered programs and will include discussion of lessons learned and recommendations for enhancing collaboration at other colleges and universities. Students from each school will comment on how these experiences have enhanced their education.
Webinar: Thinking Scientifically in a Changing World
Preparing Your Students for Environmental Careers: 10 Steps to Improved Eco-Career Prep
Mar 7 2019 Securing a degree from an interdisciplinary environmental studies or environmental science program or an Earth systems science program can be an outstanding first step to a great environmental career in government, business, academia, or the nonprofit world. The expansive, cross-cutting structures that make interdisciplinary environmental programs special, however, may sometimes leave a student without some of the skills and knowledge that many employers value in new graduates. This March 2019 webinar will present ten steps that programs can take to improve environmental career preparation for students in collaboration with employers and others, seven universal job skills that green employers value, and examine case studies of how campuses are using these steps and preparing their students.
Webinar: Using Time Series Data in the Classroom
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.