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Featured Story: Peer Review


Student Peer Review at SRSPeer review is a way to double check a scientist’s work - Did they use well designed methods? Did they back up their claims with evidence? Do they have good organization and clarity?

Engaging in peer review is a great opportunity for students to learn from each other and help each other improve. Peer review is also an important part of the SRS. At each SRS, students participate in a peer review session and provide both verbal and written feedback.  This has been a highlight for many students- as one student said: "It is good to learn from other students that we don't already know and just meet and talk to people of different backgrounds."

However, you don't need to wait for, or even participate in, the SRS to support your students in peer reviewing each others work. Here are some resources you can use in the classroom! If you are attending an SRS, using these resources ahead of time can help your students be more effective reviewers at the event. 

News and Updates:


  • Student at 2017 SRSSRS Registration is live! See region links below for registration and logistics. Note: A parent/guardian MUST register their own child.
  • Can you engineer a low-cost electronic or non-electronic AREN Project logoanemometer? Try it out in the GLOBE/AREN Project Wind Speed Challenge, which provides the opportunity for the GLOBE Community to engineer a method of determining wind speed that could be used throughout the world! Challenge began April 1st. More information here

Upcoming GLOBE Webinars:



GLOBE TeacherApril Teacher Watercooler. April 9, 7:00 pm ET. Connect with other GLOBE teachers and hear how Pennsylvania teacher Amy Woods and her students use GLOBE, and hear about their experience at the Northeast SRS. Register here (PD certificate available).

Dr. C with studentsGLOBE Mission EARTH Webinar: What Have We Learned by Doing the Urban Heat Island Effect-Surface Temperature Field Campaign. April 17, 8:00 pm ET.  Dr. C will look at all the data entered in October, December and February. He will showcase heat islands in various locations on Earth and discuss the importance of implementing mitigation efforts. A panel of teachers will share their students’ research on the Urban Heat Island Effect. Next steps for students-upload their projects to the GME webpage. Register here

 
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