Virtual Field Labs: Student-Generated Data Explorations
of Investigable Questions Led by Climate Scientists
Based on three-dimensional learning and field-tested in
high school classes, Virtual Field Labs can be used synchronously,
asynchronously, or in hybrid classrooms.
Takeaways: 1. Hands-on virtual tool for teaching climate change concepts; 2. Student-generated data activities led by climate change scientists; and 3. Generate, graph, and analyze data on the way to making claims supported by evidence related to the investigation.
Louise Huffman (U.S. Ice Drilling Program: Hanover, NH), William Grosser (Curriculum Designer: Auburn, CA)
Presenter Materials for this Session:
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Virtual Field Labs-NSTA .pdf
This is a PDF of the Virtual Field Labs (VFL) NSTA presentation. The live presentation included video clips that demonstrated the VFLs, new student centered, data-driven resources for both internet and face-to-face classrooms. The Virtual Field Labs are available for your use at icedrill-education.org. If you have any questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.