I don’t know if you heard but the GLOBE Learning Expedition is going to be in New Dehli, India August 4-8, 2014. I heard that GLOBE is going to send 5 school teams to India for the meeting. If you remember from the summer, I told you about the teacher and students from Akron that went to South Africa. The projects that students can do for the SATELLITES Conference in April could be entered into the GLOBE competition. This is for students in grades 7-12. The deadline is April 21 for the first version of report. Revisions will be due after that. Thanks, Kevin
Here is more information.
GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE): Details for the August GLE in New Delhi, India have been posted to the GLOBE website: http://www.globe.gov/events/globe-learning-expeditions/overview/gle-2014-new-delhi-india. Time to start planning! And please encourage your teachers to enter the US School Competition to present and participate: http://www.globe.gov/events/globe-learning-expeditions/overview/gle-2014-new-delhi-india/u.s.-schools-competition. The GPO will support the costs for up to 5 US teams to attend!
5 March 2012
The GLOBE Program is challenging GLOBE schools from around the world to share their climate explorations and research through video. We are pleased to announce an extension of the submission deadline to 31 March 2012, due to overwhelming response. If you have not reminded your teachers to participate, now would be an excellent time to forward them information about the competition.
Winning videos will be highlighted as a part of the GLOBE Earth Day and Anniversary celebration. All videos submitted will become a part of the GLOBE Program YouTube channel.
Full details for video creation and submission are available here.
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com. We hope to hear from you and your teachers soon!
Donna Charlevoix and the GLOBE Science & Education Team
We are forwarding the attached flyer for NASA’s Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars (WISH) Program.
WISH is seeking female high school juniors from across the country to participate in NASA’s pilot project which starts with an on-line community and culminates with a summer experience at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Summer, 2012.
Applicants need to be:
•Current female high school juniors during the 2011-2012 school year
•Interested and excited about STEM
•Committed to a one-year relationship with JSC; and
•Able to access to the Internet and email (at home, school or public library)
•A scholar with a cumulative GPA of 3.25/4.0 or higher
More information is available at: http://wish.aerospacescholars.org
Please forward this to anyone who might be interested.
Prof. Gary L. Slater
Director, Ohio Space Grant Consortium
School of Aerospace Systems
College of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Cincinnati
Get your video cameras ready – the Earth Day 2012 GLOBE Student Video Competition is about to begin! GLOBE Students from around the world are invited to submit a short video (2 minutes or less) showing how they are exploring and investigating their local climate using GLOBE protocols and learning activities. The GLOBE Program will be accepting submissions from 15 February to 15 March 2012.
To get a top score, be sure to clearly define the GLOBE protocol and climate-focused learning activities, show students in action, include a transcript, and get the highest quality audio and video possible for your recording device.
The top regional videos will be highlighted on the GLOBE website starting 16 April, and the top overall videos will be featured on Earth Day, 22 April. A set of prizes will be awarded to winners from each GLOBE region.
Are you or do you know a middle through high school GLOBE teacher interested in collaborating with other teachers, students, and scientists from around the U.S.? We would like to invite you to apply to the NSF ITEST-funded grant “From Learning to Research: Developing Future Earth Science Scientists and Professionals” 2012-2013 Cohort.
GLOBE teachers (6-12th grades) from the United States are invited to apply. The goal of the project is to assist teachers in assembling a locally focused climate project with their students while collaborating with schools and scientists from around the U.S.
Teacher will attend a summer institute from 6-13 July in Boulder, CO. All travel, food, and lodging will be covered by the grant. Then, during the 2012-2013 school year, teachers will be expected to participate in the following:
1. Participation with students in online collaboration with other classrooms, including bi-weekly webinars for teachers
2. Participation with students at a spring 2013 virtual student conference
3. Assembling and completing a locally focused climate project with students in one of these four areas:
a) Aerosols and/or Ozone and Climate
b) General Atmosphere/Climate
c) Hydrology and Climate
d) Land Cover Changes and/or Phenology and Climate
4. Completing required assessments, surveys, collecting and entering classroom data
Teachers will receive the following:
1. $1000 Stipend
2. Equipment to support GLOBE activities
3. Opportunity to connect with scientists and other schools across the U.S.
4. Access to inquiry-based climate and Earth System Science curriculum materials
5. An estimated 40 hours of customized professional development
6. Access to a network of content-area and technology specialists
7. The opportunity to share findings and projects at professional conferences and/or meetings
If you are not a trained GLOBE teacher, but are using GLOBE data in your classroom, please contact us for training information.
If you are interested in applying, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2012. More information is available at: http://globe.gov/learning2research. Note that preference will be given to schools with more than one teacher application.
GLOBE Program Mailing Lists Service. For assistance with this list, contact: email@example.com
To remove your address from this mailing: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=SET%20us-all%20NOMAIL
or send a blank message to email@example.com with subject: SET us-all NOMAIL
Go to this link to access the GLOBE video competition for climate projects. Projects are to be submitted between Feb. 15 and March 15.
Are you interested in learning more about permafrost and climate change? Sign up to field test an online interactive professional development course for secondary teachers. The project is funded by NASA and created by the UAF Geophysical Institute. Classroom resources include interactive online activities and science lessons aligned to state and national standards. Learn how to use NASA resources, Google Earth, and ImageJ to study Alaska’s climate and permafrost. Field testing begins in mid October 2010. Stipends will be provided. Teacher input required. Hurry, space is limited. Contact: Sam Norlin (907) 474-5318 / firstname.lastname@example.org
OhioView SATELLITES Geospatial Technology Conference
K-12 and university students present their research projects based on geospatial technology
OhioView & Penta Career Center
April 27, 2010
4:00pm – 8:00pm
Penta Career Center
9301 Buck Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551
Contact: Kevin Czajkowski, 419-530-4274, email@example.com
K-12 and university students will present their research results from work they performed throughout the school year. In order to emulate the way scientists present their research for review, students present their findings at the SATELLITES conference. Being able to present findings is a way for students to show they truly understand the way scientists work and to appreciate their own work as “scientists”. This year’s SATELLITES conference is set for April 27, 2010 at the Penta Career Center.
This year’s themes were the International Polar Year and climate change. Both research questions are quite timely. IPY has occurred when Arctic sea ice has melted back to historically low values. Also, there is much discussion about climate change and what should be done about it. The projects build on field work that the students conducted in the fall associated with the GLOBE program.
This year’s conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Kevin Czajkowski from the University of Toledo. He will present his perspectives on climate change.
Sheila Yule from GLOBE sent me this request.
The GLOBE Alumni would like your students to join in the discussion
about the Climate Conference in Copenhagen. We would like to know how
the media in your area is covering the Climate Conference…and what
your students are thinking. This is a real time event that can get your
students thinking about the GLOBE Student Research Campaign on Climate.
If you have problems please contact Matt Fenzel firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for participating. Sheila Yule
Please post what you have seen in the news about the Climate Conference.
Tuesday December 1, 2009 4:00 to 5:00 Eastern Standard Time
We realize some of you may have questions about the data collection for the surface temperature field campaign. Therefore, we are having a teleconference to answer any of your questions on Tuesday December 1, 2009 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (2000 to 2100 Universal Time). Let’s have it just after the field campaign starts because you may have questions generated as you start.
To call in, dial (877) 712-6701 (toll free number). The Conference code: 419-530-4313.
Directions: Dial the number when prompted enter the conference code, followed by a #.