Events

  • October 17, 2014, 1:00pm ET

    Live Chat Event: SkyScience with NASA Scientists and S’COOL Educators

    NASA Earth scientists and educators from the S’COOL Team invite you to a web chat about clouds and NASA atmospheric research. The team will respond to your cloud questions live from the NSTA Richmond Conference.

  • October 14, 2014, 6:00pm ET

    UPDATE – Webinar Recording Now Available! Educator Webinar: MY NASA DATA – GLOBE Digital Earth System Poster

    In this interactive educator webinar, Tina Harte, education specialist at NASA Langley Research Center, will explore an exciting new resource for exploring real science data and making Earth system connections. The MY NASA DATA - GLOBE ePoster and activities will be discussed for K-12 students, with a focus on those meeting NGSS performance expectations, science practices and cross-cutting concepts related to K-12 Earth’s Systems Science.

  • October 15, 2014, 4:00pm-5:00pm ET

    Educator Webinar: NASA STEM Spanish Immersion- National Climate Assessment in Spanish

    Get an in-depth view on how our climate is changing and what observations are telling us. The entire session and lessons will be presented in Spanish.

  • October 16, 2014, 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT

    Educator Webinar: Mapping Earth’s Water Cycle with NASA Scientists, 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT

    Scientists from two NASA Earth science missions will address how their synergistic research helps us to understand Earth's water cycle, including extreme events such as floods. This presentation will use an online concept map tool for exploring the water cycle. Unlike traditional slide-based presentations, these dynamic maps act as a resource that can be explored with an audience, instead of a one-way, linear presentation. The concept maps presented are loaded with educational assets - including images, videos, news items - that webinar participants can use in their own educational practices, presentations or for their own learning. The concept maps and other materials presented are freely available online, and instructions will be provided to give participants access to the maps after the webinars. Participants will also learn how to create their own maps. Presenters: Jorge Vazquez, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory J.T. Reager, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Annette deCharon, University of Maine Carla Companion, University of Maine