Past Workshops, Webinars and Events
Information Type: Event
- A Civil Action - The Woburn Toxic Trial 1 match
- ACM Pedagogic Resources 2 matches
- ADVANCEGeo 1 match
- Chronos Workshop 1 match
- CISMI 1 match
- CLEAN 4 matches
- Climate Education in an Age of Media 2 matches
- Cutting Edge 134 matches
- Earth Educators Rendezvous 48 matches
- EarthScope ANGLE 3 matches
- EarthScope in the Northern Rockies Workshop 1 match
- GeoEthics 1 match
- GETSI 7 matches
- Integrate 86 matches
- MARGINS Data in the Classroom 4 matches
- Math You Need 3 matches
- NAGT 71 matches
- Nanotechnology in STEM 1 match
- Neotoma 1 match
- Project EDDIE 9 matches
- Quantitative Skills 5 matches
- SAGE 2YC 111 matches
- Sustainability Workshop 1 match
- Teach the Earth 1 match
- Teacher Preparation 2 matches
- Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB 6 matches
- Using Data in the Classroom 7 matches
Results 1 - 10 of 514 matches
Using Virtual Landscapes for Remote Teaching
Jun 30 2020 This webinar demonstrates how virtual landscapes can be used in the online geoscience classroom to recreate aspects of geologic mapping training and augment understanding of how rock units are represented on geologic maps.
Using Gigapan for Remote Teaching
Jun 23 2020 Gigapixel panoramas are high resolution 2D images that combine 'zoomed out' context with the power of 'zoomed in' details. This webinar will cover the technical side of producing your own GigaPan images via two hardware/software packages as well as how to deploy extant CC-licensed GigaPans in your own remote teaching and outreach.
Using Google Earth for Remote Teaching
Jun 16 2020 Google Earth is a powerful, but easy-to-use platform for virtually exploring natural features around the globe. The capability to create and share custom content for Google Earth has resulted in an abundance of presentations, exercises, and virtual field trips that are available to educators. This June 16 webinar will help you integrate Google Earth into remote Earth science courses by providing background on the tool and examples of its use in geoscience classes.
Cohort 3 Change Agents Workshop, June 2020
Jun 10 - Jul 1, 2020 June 10 - July 1, 2020 Virtual Workshop This workshop is by invitation only.Private Workspace » Workshop Goals Report on course-level outcomes data, give and receive feedback on the analysis of these data, and ...
Webinar: Promoting Diversity in the Geosciences: Meet the Geoscience Women in STEM
May 14 2020 This Thursday, May 14 webinar will introduce you to four trailblazing scientists' stories developed to provide inspiration to geoscience students, professionals, and enthusiasts everywhere. During the webinar we will also explore the curriculum connections modules developed around the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) IF/THEN® Ambassadors.
Webinar: Funding Opportunities for Geoscience Education Related Initiatives and Research
May 6 2020 In this Wednesday, May 6 webinar, Dr. Brandon Jones (National Science Foundation) will provide an overview of funding opportunities from the National Science Foundation available for work related to Geoscience Education. Dr. Jones will discuss underutilized opportunities and also provide general tips for successful Geoscience Education proposals.
Lessons learned from integrating EDDIE modules into a semester-long undergraduate Environmental Data Science course
Apr 29 2020 Webinar: Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 - 10 PST | 12 CST | 1 EST - An overview of a semester-long undergraduate class in environmental data science that harmonized Project EDDIE and Macrosystems EDDIE modules using the R programming language.
Sneak Peek at the New Edition of the AGI/NAGT Laboratory Manual in Physical Geology with the Author-Editor
Apr 23 2020 In this April 23 webinar, we'll preview the new edition of the AGI/NAGT Lab Manual — available soon for use this fall. A new lab with 6 activities about climate change is one of the many enhancements in the 12th edition.
Beyond earthquake locations: (MORE) Modern seismology in the NGSS classroom?
Apr 9 2020 There is more to seismology than just earthquake locations! In this April 9 webinar, learn how modern seismology contributes to non-earthquake topics, and how to integrate some of this into your NGSS-aligned instruction.
(Suddenly) Teaching Geoscience Online
Apr 1 2020 This April 1 webinar will provide a rapid introduction to the elements of successful online geoscience teaching from a panel of seasoned online instructors. It will also overview available (and growing) resources for teaching geoscience online -- including both pedagogy and content elements.