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One of the things I do as a GLOBE partner is facilitate workshops for educators. When I facilitate a workshop for credit, I always require a short reflection. I use reflection because when teachers, like all of us, stop and think about what they learned the learning is deeper and more relevant. And, candidly, they are more likely to implement GLOBE into their classrooms. To give participants direction in their reflecting, I use the 4 R model of reflection: review, relate, remark, revise. - Review. Participants review and summarize one salient aspect of the workshop ....


Posted in: Curriculum: Assessment and Evaluation Language Culture and Arts Science and Math Event Topics: Workshops GLOBE Science Topics: GLOBE Protocols Investigation Areas: Atmosphere » Clouds Learning Activities: Atmosphere and Climate » Cloud Watch Atmosphere and Climate » Estimating Cloud Cover Atmosphere and Climate » Observing, Describing, and Identifying Clouds Primary Audience: Country Coordinators Partners Teachers Trainers Teacher's Guide: Grade Level » Upper Primary: 3-5
By Anne Lewis, posted 5/30/17 4:17 PM

GLOBE is a useful resource for educators in both the formal and informal sector. Below is a guest blog post from GLOBE trained educator Jane Amiotte who is the 4H Youth Program Advisor in Pennington County here in South Dakota. One of the things that I think Jane does well is to use GLOBE with other resources and in various settings. GLOBE mixes and matches well! How do you use GLOBE in your setting? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Earth Systems I presented the Elementary GLOBE Earth Science Systems program “We Are All Connected” to the classrooms...


Posted in: Curriculum: STEM Investigation Areas: Atmosphere » Aerosols Earth As a System Biosphere » Biometry (including Tree Height) Hydrosphere » Freshwater Macroinvertebrates Pedosphere (Soil) » Soil Characterization Primary Audience: Teachers Trainers Teacher's Guide: Grade Level » Lower Primary: K-2 Grade Level » Upper Primary: 3-5