Fall AGU Meeting: Climate Literacy: Preparing K-12 Students to Address Next Generation Challenges

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Fall AGU Meeting: Climate Literacy: Preparing K-12 Students to Address Next Generation Challenges

Joseph Souney Jr.
Fall AGU Meeting:
Climate Literacy: Preparing K-12 Students to Address Next Generation Challenges

The 2012 AGU conference offers a wonderful opportunity for scientists to interact with educational leaders and learn about best practices in climate education. In collaboration with NOAA and the National Earth Science Teachers Association, the U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office is convening multiple sessions on “Climate Literacy: Preparing K-12 Students to Address Next Generation Challenges”. Featuring nationally recognized speakers knowledgeable about the latest science standards and how to prepare classroom teachers to implement them effectively, two oral and one poster session are scheduled for Tuesday, December 4th. Discussion on innovative roles you can play as a scientist is welcome! Please visit the conference website for details on these sessions: ED 21D (8-10 AM, 301 Moscone South), ED22B (10:20 AM-12:20 PM, 301 Moscone South) and ED 23A (1:40-4 PM, poster hall).

For more information, please contact Linda Morris at [hidden email]

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U.S. ICE DRILLING PROGRAM

Ice Drilling Program Office (IDPO)
Mary Albert - Executive Director
Mark Twickler - Director of Communications

Ice Drilling Design and Operations (IDDO)
Charles Bentley - Principal Investigator
Don Lebar - Program Director
Alex Shturmakov - Engineering and Research Director

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