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Highlights of the 2020 GLOBE Providence Virtual Science Symposium
The 2020 GLOBE Providence Virtual Science Symposium featured an impressive range of student groups and projects.  >>

Global Phytoplankton Distribution Resources
My NASA Data recently released Global Phytoplankton Distribution resources for grades 3-12.  >>

Teacher Feature: A Q&A with GLOBE Teacher Hannah VanScotter
A Q&A with GLOBE teacher Hannah VanScotter. Hannah teaches a variety of science classes at Jefferson Montessori Academy, a K-12 school in Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA. Her students "all came away [from the SRS] talking about how they have more confidence in science, being able to do things like a big project they haven’t been encouraged to do before."  >>

Pacific Islander Teachers on the Island of Hawaii Advance Sustainability Through Earth Science
Dr. Linda Bailey Hayden, GLOBE partner at Elizabeth City State University, expands the reach of GLOBE to Pacific Islander teachers through a two-day virtual conference.  >>

Using Grants to Fund GLOBE Teaching and Training in West Virginia
GLOBE Teacher and Training Coordinator Rick Sharpe highlights his work in the GLOBE Program in West Virginia.  >>

Alder Creek Community Forest embeds GLOBE in “Story of Your Place” curriculum
GLOBE Partnership Alder Creek Community Forest embeds GLOBE protocols in their “Story of Your Place” curriculum. This both makes GLOBE more meaningful and helps learners answer key guiding questions, such as “What are the physical and biological characteristics of this place?”.  >>

Earth Team Interns as GLOBE Field Scientists
GLOBE Partnership Earth Team is a non-profit environmental education organization. Earth Team empowers urban youth to become lifelong environmental stewards through experiential education, skills development, and the building of community connections.  >>

2020 GLOBE Providence Virtual Science Symposium
A total of 21 student groups at 5 schools submitted projects for the 2020 Providence Virtual Science Symposium, through the Providence Public School District of Rhode Island! The Boston University GLOBE Mission EARTH group has worked with the students throughout the 2019-20 school year to identify projects, and gather & analyze data.  >>

Teacher Feature: A Q&A with GLOBE Teacher Elodie Bourbon
A Q&A with GLOBE teacher Elodie Bourbon: Elodie teaches two sections of Earth science for ESL students. "What is different about GLOBE is the fact that students go outside, actually collect real data."  >>

LOOK UP - Here Comes the Clouds!
April Johnstone's 2nd grade students captured a few clouds and our hearts recently. As a GLOBE teacher at Skyridge Elementary in Auburn California, Ms. Johnstone engaged her 2nd grade students in STEM learning by studying clouds and taking air temperature readings throughout the year.  >>