How Climate Change is Studied (e.g., evidence from the Ocean)

23 Jun

How Climate Change is Studied (e.g., evidence from the Ocean)

How Climate Change is Studied (e.g., evidence from the Ocean)

Thursday, June 23, 2022 (3:30 PM to 5:00 PM)

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Join us for an overview of a new series of workshops in Climate Change education hosted by NJSBA and collaborative organizations including N.J. Department of Education’s (Inspiration to Innovation program) , Rutgers Center for Mathematics, Science and Computer Education; N.J. Department of Children and Families, and the U.S Army. Attendees will take away ideas on how to develop and implement an integrated STEM and STEAM approach to climate change education. Workshop topics include the science of climate change; how we study a changing climate; sustainability; solutions such as solar, wind, and hydrogen fuel cells; and other specialty topics. Learn how to use ESSER money for STEM/STEAM, STEAM Tank Design Challenge and the inspiration to innovation monthly challenges, including for climate change. (Part 4 of the 4 Part Series)

Partial credit will not be offered. You must attend the full program to receive credit.

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TypeCreditsMandated Training
ISTEAM Destination Event1.00 
Board Member Academy1.00