Were you wondering about the lack of posts the last few weeks? I was spending some time in the Adirondacks (NY) with my family the week before July 4th and last week I was in Estes Park, CO with the GLOBE and Earth Systems Science Collaboratives. I encourage you to check out their pages for more information about the 7 groups of GLOBE Partnerships and their regional and cross-regional partners. They are doing great work and the discussions were lively around how they could better work together to reach a broader audience of youth, educators and families, leveraging GLOBE. Here is what else is going on - other than preparing for the Annual Meeting of course!
2021 GLOBE Partner Yearbook is in the design phase, keep an eye out for release around the time of the GLOBE Annual Meeting.
Great news story on the Midwest GLOBE Partnership Spring Roundup. The Midwest Region is BUSY!
Watercoolers take a break during July and August. Over the summer you can catch up on ones you missed on the U.S. GLOBE Watercooler YouTube Playlist and signups are open for the 2022-2023 Watercooler year.
We still have $100 stipends available to pre-service and in-service teachers who would like to write a blog post (or other format) sharing how they would link a Natural Inquirer issue to GLOBE and vice versa for a classroom activity. We estimate that one crosswalk write-up would take about 2-4 hours. See how you can participate here.
The GLOBE website is undergoing some improvements thanks to GIO staff. Check out the updated GLOBE equipment pages.
Prepare for a new year of GLOBE workshops and data collection with your own GLOBE-branded hats, shirts and well, you name it, they seem to have it, from the GLOBE Lands End store. I'm expecting my pale emerald, no iron, button-down shirt with the embroidered GLOBE logo any day now!