Teacher Training 7/27/17 – 8/01/17: K-12 Science using GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment)By robertpawloskiIn standard23rd April, 2017
GLOBE trainers Drs. Laura Munski and Matt Gilmore will engage K-12 pre-service & inservice teachers in several GLOBE environmental measurement protocols. These hands-on learning activities relate to three interdisciplinary components of the earth system: atmosphere, soil, and plant life. This “blended” training and written materials, have been developed and refined over 20 years by an international group of science educators. They are focused on grade levels 6-12, although the materials can be scaled for K-5. During the trainings, teachers will be asked to participate through practicing the detailed instrument measurement protocols and learning activities during 12 face-to-face hours and 3 associated online training hours. Once certified, GLOBE-trained teachers will join the collaborative international network of science teachers and scientists.
Dates: E-training begins Thur July 27th. Face-to-face instruction, Mon July 31st – Tues Aug 1st
Who: Any K-5 teacher or 6-12 science teacher. In-service or pre-service.
Credit Enrollment (optional): http://und.edu/academics/extended-learning/professional-development-for-educators/<