We just hit "submit" on a collaborative proposal (working with the American Geosciences Institute) to NSF that focuses on students in grades 3-5 using Earth science data.
Ocean Tracks is featured in an online spotlight showcasing products that are designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and ways of thinking that students will need as data literate citizens and/or data-enabled professionals.This spotlight is a great resource for teachers looking for tools to use
Zoom In! is an online curriculum platform designed to develop students' evidence-based thinking skills and support students in analyzing and interpreting data as they build their understanding of key Earth Science
The Society for Science & the Public selects 200 science research teachers each year to attend the Research Teachers Conference in Washington, D.C.
Erin Bardar will be presenting on Ocean Tracks October 23 and 24 for LABAIDs at an East Bay Educational Collaborative (EBEC) teacher workshop in Rhode Island.