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NameDateOrganisersPrice
Astromaterials Data System 14 Aug Kerstin Lehnert
K-12 Delegates: Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues 14 Aug
Data Management Planning workshop 16 Aug Kerstin Lehnert
K-12 Delegates: Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues 16 Aug

Seminar Details

Astromaterials Data System

Tuesday 14th August 13:00-13:45
Contacts: Kerstin Lehnert
Location: 204 View on map

The Astromaterials Acquisition and Curation Office (AACO) at NASA Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC) is starting the development of AstroDB as a comprehensive data system for analytical data generated by the study of all Astromaterial collections curated by NASA-JSC’s AACO, based on and expanding the current MoonDB data system for lunar samples. This Town Hall invites interested researchers who work with astromaterials to learn about the plans for AstroDB, provide input to its design, and engage in its development.


K-12 Delegates: Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues

Tuesday 14th August 14:15-17:15
Location: 102 View on map

Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues. K-8 Focus.
Bringing sustainability into K-12 classrooms offers a range of benefits to student learning, such as establishing relevance for your students and empowering them to begin thinking about society and the Earth on a broader scale. This professional development workshop is designed to help earth science, environmental science, and chemistry teachers infuse more societally relevant geoscience into their classrooms with InTeGrate teaching materials. During the workshop, teachers will gain hands-on experience working with these NGSS-aligned, freely available InTeGrate materials and adapting them for elementary, middle school, and high school use.


Data Management Planning workshop

Thursday 16th August 13:00-14:00
Contacts: Kerstin Lehnert
Location: 108 View on map

Data management plans (DMP) are now required by federal funding agencies (NSF, NIH, etc.) with all new grant proposals. This workshop, geared toward faculty and researchers, will provide guidance for creating a data management plan and demonstrate online tools that support and facilitate the generation of high-quality DMP, including the IEDA DMP Tool, ezDMP, and the IEDA Data Compliance Reporting Tool. Please register for the workshop here.


K-12 Delegates: Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues

Thursday 16th August 14:15-17:15
Location: 102 View on map

Afternoon workshop: Engaging students in understanding the Earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues. 9-12 grade Focus.
Bringing sustainability into K-12 classrooms offers a range of benefits to student learning, such as establishing relevance for your students and empowering them to begin thinking about society and the Earth on a broader scale. This professional development workshop is designed to help earth science, environmental science, and chemistry teachers infuse more societally relevant geoscience into their classrooms with InTeGrate teaching materials. During the workshop, teachers will gain hands-on experience working with these NGSS-aligned, freely available InTeGrate materials and adapting them for elementary, middle school, and high school use.


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