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NASA Global Climate Change Education (GCCE)
Visit our official GCCE teacher resource webpage to view teaching modules that can be used in your classroom to help middle and high school students better understand climate change. All modules use remote sensing data supported by NASA and NREL.
RAPID Fire Ecology Workshop
Stipend of $100 per 8 hour day
Audience: Poudre School and Weld County Earth Systems Science and Environmental Science teachers (middle and high school)
Location: CSU – Natural & Environmental Sciences Building, CNS Education & Outreach Center 3rd Floor conference room #A302/A304
Based on the Global Climate Change Education module created by Greeley high school teachers and revised to include lab and field research components, the Fire Ecology module is designed to fit into Poudre School District and Greeley District 6 science curriculums. New in 2013 is the incorporation of data from the High Park Fire and field research techniques used to monitor the recovery. To register for this workshop, contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 11, 2013.
Math and Science Pathways Partnership (MSP Project)
Teachers from CO, MI, and MD traveled to Toolik Lake Poudre and Greeley science teachers collect data at
with scientists to study Arctic tundra in Alaska. the 2012 High Park Fire burn site near Fort Collins.
MSP Project End-of-Year Celebration (Action Research Sharing)
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Poudre Learning Center
9:00am – 2:00pm
Share your Action Research project results and modified teaching experiments with fellow MSPers! Lunch provided! All MSP teachers past and present are invited. To register for this workshop, contact Amanda at email@example.com by April 25, 2013.
Summer Soil Institute 2013
Participants for the SSI 2013 have been chosen at this time. Please check back in December for SSI 2014 information.
In this 2 week course, you will work and learn alongside soil scientists about soil fauna, geochemistry, food web modeling, soil microbiology, stable isotope applications, and ecology.
Visit http://soilinstitute.nrel.colostate.edu/index.html for more information and to apply.
Dates: July 7 - 20, 2013
Location: Colorado State Univeristy, Shortgrass Steppe LTER site, Niwot Ridge LTER, CSU Pingree Park Mountain Campus
Audience: Middle and High School Science Teachers
To Register for all PD Opportunities, contact Amanda Morrison at Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org.