GLOBE MISSION EARTH Webinar on 14 December: “Looking at the Data Students Submitted on the GLOBE Website. Next Steps!”


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Register now for the upcoming GLOBE MISSION EARTH webinar: “Looking at the Data Students Submitted on the GLOBE Website. Next Steps!” The webinar will be held on Wednesday, 14 December, at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

In this webinar, Dr. C will look at the surface temperature submitted to GLOBE for the campaign and thank the schools/teachers/students who are participating. Susan James will talk about her involvement in the surface temperature campaigns. Matt Silberglitt (WestEd) will introduce the rubric used in judging the research projects. Jennifer Bourgeault (GLOBE) will present information about the GLOBE regional science fairs.

The national project, MISSION EARTH, supports STEM education in elementary school through middle school, high school, and college by integrating GLOBE/NASA materials into K-12 science instruction. The overarching aim of MISSION EARTH is to produce national systemic change in STEM education through the creation of a recommended curriculum progression for diverse school districts across the United States. 

Students, teachers, and scientists are invited to engage in a series of webinars that marry GLOBE’s goals of increasing student data entry and student research and engaging the world community in improving the Earth’s environment with NASA’s goals of attracting students in STEM disciplines and engaging Americans in NASA's missions.

Register today! The webinar will take place in ZOOM Conference Room. Zoom link information:

    Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) or +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll)

    Meeting ID: 419 704 8033

    International numbers available:

Missed some of the previous MISSION EARTH webinars? You can find them on the Mission Earth YouTube channel.



Event Topics: Webinars

Event origin: GLOBE Implementation Office


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