Author: Cara Barnes, KBS Communications Coordinator
Originally posted January 18, 2021 by W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, view here.
The W.K. Kellogg Biological Station K-12 Partnership has two exciting programs coming up for middle and high school teachers interested in learning more about climate science. Please join us, virtually!
This four-part series of online workshops bringing together MSU scientists and Michigan-based classroom teachers to build climate science knowledge, skills and confidence in teaching about climate science and climate change. Topics provide background knowledge helpful to facilitating the En-ROADS Climate Interactive tool with students.
The series, hosted by K-12 Partnership educators Joelyn de Lima and Kara Haas, begins Thursday, Jan. 28, and registration is required. Choose to participate in one, two, three, or all four workshops.
- Climate Science Basics, presented by Lindsey Kemmerling | Recording| Participant Evaluation
- Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Systems, presented by Dr. Phil Robertson | Recording| Participant Evaluation
- Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture and Natural Resources, presented by Dr. Bruno Basso | Recording| Participant Evaluation
- Clean Energy from Greener Crops, presented by Dr. Carolina Córdova | Recording| Participant Evaluation
Climate Science Resources, a custom curated Padlet with presentations, recordings, videos, book recommendations, lessons and more.
Watch the recordings, earn stipend (by April 15, 2021)! An hourly stipend is available for Michigan in-service K-12 teachers, even if you were unable to participate in person, please watch the recordings (linked above or on the Padlet), complete the program evaluations and submit for payment.
The series is funded by the KBS Long-term Ecological Research program, supported by the National Science Foundation.