GLOBE at NSTA Conference 3-6 April



 

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference in Boston, 3–6 April, promises to be an exciting weekend exploring ideas and practices that enhance teaching and learning driven by the Next Generation Science Standards and championed by educators who are leading a science revolution. Be sure to visit GLOBE staff and partners at both the NOAA booth (#614) and the NASA booth (#1324). Read more about GLOBE presentations at the conference, below.

 

GLOBE highlights at NSTA include:

 

GLOBE Website: Overview and Exploration

Friday, 4 April, from 2–5 pm

 

 

Three GLOBE workshops by GLOBE trainers: Participants of these three workshops will become GLOBE certified:

GLOBE Training: Clouds 

1) Friday, 4 April, from 9 am–12 pm

2) Saturday, 5 April, from 9 am–12 pm

3) Saturday, 5 April, from 2–5 pm

 

"Teaching the Next Generation Science Standards by Coupling Engineering and Science"

Presented by GPO's Kristin Wegner and GLOBE Partners Marcy Seavey and David Bydlowski

Saturday, 5 April 9:30–10:30 am


"Getting your Hands Dirty with GLOBE: Activities for the Elementary Classroom"

Presented by GLOBE Director Dr. Tony Murphy

Sunday, 6 April 8–9 am

 

If you have questions, send us an email, at help@globe.gov.



News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office


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