02/03/2021NASA Goddard Trains Teachers to Use Coding Kits and Drones to Collect Atmospheric Data
Todd Toth at NASA Goddard worked with teachers to use coding kits and drones to collect atmospheric data. Data were then analyzed and sent to The GLOBE Program. >>
09/25/2020Q & A with Janelle Johnson, Associate Professor of Teacher Education at MSU Denver
Janelle Johnson is a STEM equity expert who served as PI for an NSF ITEST award, with collaborators Metropolitan State University of Denver, Community College of Denver and GLOBE. The following are excerpts from an interview in September 2020. >>
07/21/2020GLOBE-at-Home Strategies for Success!
Although schools around the world have paused in-person learning, that hasn’t stopped GLOBE Mission EARTH (GME) teachers Jessica Kunz and Zulema Gonzales from providing GLOBE-infused STEM learning for their students. During a recent round-table virtual presentation hosted by GME, these teachers shared examples of their lesson plans and strategies to engage students' STEM (distance) learning. >>
01/10/2020Read Community Blog: “Spotlight on Using Mosquito Habitat Mapper for IVSS Reports”
In a recent GLOBE Community Blog, Dorian Janney, GLOBE Mission Mosquito Campaign Coordinator, discusses how high school students in GLOBE teacher Mercy Molina’s 11th grade class are working to investigate aspects of mosquitoes in their region. >>
10/17/2019Fall North American Regional Meeting (NARM) 2019
The WestEd/UC Berkeley Partnership recently hosted the Fall 2019 North American Regional Meeting (NARM) at the University of California - Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science. A total of 42 participants from over 30 U.S. GLOBE Partnerships and the GLOBE Country Coordinators of Canada and the U.S. attended this 3-day event. The first day, October 15th, started with a Professional Development workshop followed by the 2-day meeting. >>
07/29/2019Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining Now LIVE!
The GLOBE Program is pleased to announce that the Carbon Cycle Modeling eTraining is now live. This module covers systems and models, their associated vocabulary, diagraming systems, and why models are useful tools for understanding systems. It also highlights three GLOBE Carbon Cycle Online Models that introduce systems thinking and the global carbon cycle. >>
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