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U.S. GLOBE Watercooler


Student quote: "Participating in the year's SRS has given me more inspiration and ideas on the scientific process. Doing science research for my project was fun and interesting."Join the U.S. GLOBE Community this Friday (8/21) at 3:10p ET to hear from the SRS Evaluator, Eleanor Jaffee (Insights Evaluation), and discuss the results from the 2019 SRS. Some of the questions she will answer include: Who participates in the SRS? Does participation affect students' science interest and self-efficacy? What do students and teachers like most and least about the events?

 
**Catch up on the Watercoolers you missed from the U.S. GLOBE Watercooler YouTube Playlist.**

GLOBE News Highlights


  • Dates Announced! Fall GLOBE North American Regional Meeting (NARM) will be held on October 19th - 23rd. Learn more here.
  • A Warm Welcome to our newest GLOBE Partnership from Pennsylvania, Legacy Bridges STEM Academy, Inc.
  • Elementary GLOBE’s What’s Up in the Atmosphere? was awarded the AMS Louis J. Battan K-12 Book Award. Read more here. 

Online resources from GLOBE Partners


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How to measure water transparency (1 min video) - Anne Lewis, South Dakota Discovery Center

Superheroes of Science logoSuperheroes of Science (YouTube Channel) - STEM content, professional development opportunities for science teachers, and learning experiences for students. Steven Smith and Sarah Nern, Purdue University.

 


Image of engineered houseK-16 CHALLENGE INVITATION
COVID-19 Engineering Design Challenge - Teresa Kennedy and Michael Odell, University of Texas at Tyler

 


cloudsAT HOME RESOURCES
GLOBE Clouds Family Guide - Clouds Team at NASA Langley


Online resources in K12 STEM for Teachers and Parents - Leitzel Center at the University of New Hampshire

How to teach GLOBE Weather during at-home learning - Ideas for adapting the GLOBE Weather lessons for remote learning. Becca Hatheway, UCAR Center for Science Education
 


WEBINAR
Citizen ScientistsUtah AfterSchool Network's Afterschool Nugget. Nature isn’t canceled. Explore Science Action Club’s connection to GLOBE Observer through the Sky Survey citizen science protocol and how it can be used to keep youth and families connected to nature. Rachael Van Schoik from Science Action Club at the California Academy of Sciences.

 


STAY IN TOUCH!

Follow the U.S. GLOBE program on twitter and join our U.S. GLOBE Program Educators Facebook Group for up-to-date resources and news!  
Bookmark the Student Research Symposia page learn more about the SRS and stay updated.
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