How do we study changes in Earth systems? What are we learning about these changes? How can data help us understand, respond to, and prepare for changes in Earth systems?
NOAA, The Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and Delaware Sea Grant invite middle school, high school, and field-based educators to come to the Cooperative Oxford Lab, in sunny Oxford MD (well sometimes it is) for a one-day professional learning opportunity. During the workshop we will:
• Plan and carry out investigations using environmental data
• Review core Earth systems science concepts
• Share ideas and resources for teaching about Earth systems in the classroom and the field using environmental data
• Make and take environmental sensors and infographics
Join us and learn how to bring data-rich learning activities into your curriculum! Activities will support teaching with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Meaningful Watershed Education Experiences (MWEEs). Participants will receive teaching resources and supplies for making environmental sensors and training on the creation of powerful infographics.
Lunch will be provided.
Location and Registration at this link.