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You are invited to a workshop for science teachers about Earth sciences in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here you will learn about current scientific research and understanding of the local geoscape. A geoscape is a way to look at the geological landscape – water resources, natural hazards, and earth resources. This workshop is to enhance your skills, confidence, and knowledge of Earth sciences and invigorate classroom instruction, aligned with California State content standards. You will be taught to use to the Quake-catcher Network which turns your classroom computer into a seismometer. Special this summer, you will learn about climate change in California and the climate change curriculum.
2013 Project Components
• Professional development workshop – July 8 – 11 and July 15 – 18, 2013
(Monday through Thursday, all day)
• $400 stipend for full participation
• Continuing Education Units (3 units available for $75) (quarter credits, not semester credits)
The application is due on April 1, 2013.