Teachers in North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota are invited to attend UND’s third-annual Teacher Training Workshop in GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment). Teachers will learn how to use GLOBE’s hands-on resources in classroom science investigations involving the earth system. This year’s focus will be on two of the GLOBE modules: atmosphere and plant life. Teachers will confidently leave the workshop with lesson plans in-hand and access to an international network of collaborative GLOBE teachers and scientists.
We are using a hybrid-style instruction this year, involving both e-training and face-to-face hands-on training. Teachers may optionally obtain 1 credit of professional development through University of North Dakota.
Who: Any K-12 teacher; university faculty; & UND students doing K-12 outreach.
When: Two full days beginning Monday 30 July, 2018. Online portion starts 26 July.
Where: Univ. of North Dakota campus, Grand Forks.
Materials Fee: $25
Prof. Develop.: 1 credit, UND T&L-900 (optional)
Low-cost Lodging: UND dorms (optional).
Trainers: Drs. Laura Munski (Dakota Science Center) and Matt Gilmore (UND, Atmospheric Sciences)
Find a Workshop in Your Area – GLOBE.gov
GLOBE Training available across multiple Science Protocols around the world