Archive: Science Update: Citizen Science in Your Classrooms, March 10, 2022

Join Darlene Cavalier, Arizona State University/SciStarter, and Tara Cox, National Girls Collaborative Project/SciStarter, to learn about citizen science, a movement that enables people from all walks of life, including your students, to participate in real scientific research. We’ll take a closer look at Globe at Night and the science behind this classroom-ready citizen science project to measure local light pollution by observing the night sky.

All individuals receive a certificate of participation and 100 NSTA activity points for attending the live seminar and completing the end-of-program survey. A certificate of participation is not awarded for watching the recorded version of the program.

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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "I loved the direction this webinar took! I think it's so interesting how we can use these online resources to teach students"
  • "The valuable information shared about SciStarter, the build-a-kit and Globe at Night"
  • "This was awesome! Very motivating to participate and get my students to participate. Looking forward to looking for projects to participate in."

A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' account page for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.

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