Share your teaching at the 2021 Earth Educators' Rendezvous

Dear educators,

We hope you all are having success in your work with computation, whether that is currently in-person, virtual, synchronous, asynchronous, or somewhere in between!

Are you looking for ways to share your teaching of computation? You are invited to submit an abstract or proposal for a presentation at the 2021 Earth Educators' Rendezvous. We're looking for educators who teach computation in the Earth sciences and related fields to deliver oral presentations, posters, and other sessions to help strengthen computational programming at the Rendezvous and continue to build the teaching computation community.

The Rendezvous brings together researchers and practitioners working in all aspects of Earth education who are interested in improving their teaching about Earth. Among the themes for the Rendezvous is a focus on developing students' competency in a range of tasks that involve higher order skills such as data analysis and quantitative skills. While the disciplinary focus of the Rendezvous is on the Earth, ocean, and atmospheric sciences, educators in adjacent fields are likely to find sessions that are applicable to their teaching. Check out the program to view this year's offerings.

Don't miss out - the deadline for abstract and proposal submissions is Thursday, March 4!