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Towards a more inclusive geosciences: Teaching strategies and policies to support all students
May 17 2022 Building an inclusive and equitable discipline requires ensuring that our educational settings are accessible, welcoming, and supportive of all who wish to engage in the geosciences. In this webinar, Dr. White and Dr. Cohen will discuss examples of strategies and policies that they have used in a variety of settings, including classrooms, museums, and online. Participants will have an opportunity to try out exercises and brainstorm ways to adapt them to local needs.

Sharing Scientific Ocean Drilling with Students
May 6 2022 Join us for a live, virtual tour of the JOIDES Resolution and hear about what scientific ocean drill is, and why it matters and belongs in our introductory-level geoscience courses

Short course: Increasing the data, math, and societal relevance in introductory Earth science courses
Apr 30 2022 Saturday, April 30, 2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Mt San Antonio College campus, Walnut, CA (east of LA) Registration closed Friday April 8. Jump to: Overview | Audience | Goals | COVID Policies Instructors Becca Walker ...

Webinar: "I had no idea assessments could actually be joyful!"
Apr 28 2022 Many educators approach assessment as a requirement they need to meet to evaluate what students learned at the end of a unit. But assessments can be meaningful, motivating, and even joyful for students and teachers. In this session, we will explore ways that SCALE Science (now at WestEd) has been using ourSNAP resources to work with states and districts to shift the classroom culture around assessment.

Thinking and Teaching about Feedback Loops
Apr 26 2022 Tuesday, April 26, 2022 12:00 pm PT | 1:00 pm MT | 2:00 pm CT | 3:00 pm ET This webinar has already occurred. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports ...

Virtual Short Course: Coaching your TAs to use effective teaching strategies in introductory Earth science courses
Apr 22-29 2022 April 22 & 29, 2022 - virtual short course two Friday afternoons 11 am-2 pm PT | 12-3 pm MT | 1-4 pm CT | 2-5 pm ET | 6-9 pm UTC Registration closed Friday April 8. Instructors Beth Pratt-Sitaula (UNAVCO) ...

Building inclusive communities for research and scholarly activities
Apr 7 2022 In this webinar, we will share considerations and strategies for designing inclusive communities toward engaging students in research and other scholarly activities.

Maintaining an Active & Successful Student Sciences Club
Apr 1 2022 Because of the pandemic, we ran into many challenges continuing the membership and organizing activities for our Earth Science Club. We've been fortunate through some creative planning and enthusiastic participation by our student club officers, student club members, and faculty club advisers to have been able to sustain a successful Science Club. During the webinar, we hope to share our experiences with our recent Science Club activities. Even more importantly, we would like to hear other experiences, ideas, and insights from the webinar participants.

Project EDDIE Webinar: Understanding the threat to biodiversity and how to prioritize conservation using geospatial tools
Mar 21 2022 To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Click to view or download the webinar recording (MP4 Video 567.7MB Mar22 22). Monday March 21, 2022 ...

March 21 Webinar: Understanding the threat to biodiversity and how to prioritize conservation using geospatial tools
Mar 21 2022 Join us for a webinar on March 21, 2022, presented by Dennis Liu, Vice President Education, E.O. Wilson Foundation, and Matthew Heard, Belmont University.

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