GLOBE Teachers: Can Your Students Differentiate Between Weather and Climate? Read this Community Blog and Take Steps to Find Out!


Photo of a storm. Credit: NASA

In a recent GLOBE Community Blog, meteorologist and educator Tina Johnson Cartwright describes her launch of an international research study seeking to understand how well students from around the world differentiate between weather and climate, and how well they understand the complex ideas of climate change.

In her blog, she is seeking teachers willing to have their students take 20 minutes to complete a 25-question feedback survey. (Students should be between 11 to 22 years of age. Survey responses are anonymous, which means that students will not be providing any identifiable information.) The survey is available in English, Spanish, and Croatian. Survey results will be shared with the community through future blog posts.

To read the blog and connect to the survey links, click here.

To read other recent community blogs, click here.

What’s your GLOBE story? As a vital part of the GLOBE community, you are cordially invited to blog on the GLOBE website. Respectfully voice your opinion, ask questions, share tips and tidbits – and make meaningful connections with members of the community today!

The GLOBE Community Support Team (CST) has recorded a new, updated, demonstration video on how to create your blog post. To watch the video, click here. We want to hear your GLOBE story today!



News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office


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