Experience tools and data sources that help learners
connect climate science content to local and global phenomena.
Note: Attendees will need the ability to stay
in the virtual session while exploring new tools online simultaneously, so
split-screens or multiple monitors would be helpful but are not required.
Presenters will not have the ability to correct internet issues or the inability
of attendees to access resources presented that might arise due to time
limitation. So please keep in mind firewalls and administrative privileges
before the session.
Participants will: 1. walk away with peer- and science-reviewed resources they can immediately integrate into their teaching; 2. walk away with strategies for engaging students in collaborative explorations of climate data; and 3. experience materials as learners that help make thinking visible.
Lin Andrews (National Center for Science Education: Oakland, CA), Jessica Bean (University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA), Mark Chandler (Columbia University: New York, NY), Louise Huffman (U.S. Ice Drilling Program: Hanover, NH), Cory Forbes (University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Lincoln, NE)