Geoscience educators at all levels are invited to network and share ideas with other geoscience community members interested in education. Cash bar and appetizers provide.
Sunday, 4 November, 6:30-8:00 pm, Westin Grand Ballroom A
Participate in a short course specifically designed for K-12 teachers. Courses run on Saturday, 3 Nov. Please contact Davida Buehler, , or 303.357.1015 for more information
|524.||Quantitative Literacy and Geology in the National Parks.|
The following short courses are not designed for K-12 teachers specifically; however, teachers can still gain valuable information from them:
|511A.||Active Lectures in Classrooms of All Sizes.|
|511B.||Teaching about Hazards in the Geoscience Classroom.|
|511C.||Making the Invisible Visible: Assessing Higher Order Thinking in your Students.|
|511D.||Design an Effective Field Experience.|
|515.||Education Research I: Conducting Qualitative Geoscience Education Research.|
|523.||Education Research II: Conducting Quantitative Geoscience Education Research.|
|528.||Engaging ALL Students: Effective Strategies for Teaching Diverse College Students.|
Stay abreast on current geoscience research by attending technical sessions.
Attending a poster session gives you a chance to talk directly with scientists about their research.
2-Year College Faculty
Participate in a short course specifically designed for 2-Year College Faculty (2YC).
2YC faculty who register and attend a short course are eligible to receive a $100 reimbursement from GSA courtesy of Subaru. To qualify, download and complete the reimbursement form and return the form by e-mail to GSA, between 8 and 10 November 2012. The subject line must read “2 Year College Reimbursement.” The form requires a signature from your supervisor and a signature from the short course leader. Please do not send the form until after you have completed the short course. (Limit: this offer is available to the first 25 2YC faculty to submit the form by 10 Nov.)