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Join the GLOBE Earth Day Activity: Collect, Visualize, Connect
Earth Day, 22 April, marks the 28th Anniversary of The GLOBE Program! To celebrate, the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) invites the community to participate in a special Earth Day Activity using GLOBE protocols. The deadline for this activity is 31 March.
GIO is inviting students to (1) COLLECT information about their favorite GLOBE protocols and how they use them in-and-out of the classroom; (2) VISUALIZE how they use the GLOBE protocol and share that visualization with entire GLOBE community; and (3) CONNECT with scientists (facilitated by GIO) from the GLOBE International STEM Network (GISN) and NASA community.
Step 1: COLLECT
Which GLOBE protocol do you use in-and-out of the classroom? What do you most enjoy about it? In a short paragraph, please share with the GLOBE community which GLOBE protocol(s) you use in-and-out of the classroom and what you enjoy the most about it.
Step 2: VISUALIZE
Share how you use the protocol with the rest of the GLOBE community. This can be with a photo, a drawing, a video, a graph (data visualization) or through another storytelling tool. Send your visualization to email@example.com with your name, school name and GLOBE region. Please include a title and description of the visualization. (Disclaimer: For privacy purposes, if including photographs please do not include faces of people, unless you submit a photo release form along with your visualization to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Step 3: CONNECT
If you could ask a STEM professional or a NASA scientist a question, what would you ask? Several GLOBE community members and contributors are NASA scientists or STEM professionals. Use this opportunity to ask a NASA scientist a question about the globe around you!
To learn more about this Earth Day Activity, and to submit your entry, click here.
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office