Numbers, Strategy, and Computation with Mathic Games! (ES/MS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

Reinforce math operations, facts, and concepts with Mathic Games! Developed by a teacher for the classroom! Leaders: Perry Clemons About the Workshop DEVELOPED BY A TEACHER for the CLASSROOM! Join us for a gamified workshop about Educational Math Card Games. In this...

Climate Physics Modeling (HS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

Join us for a modeling-friendly workshop on a physics energy unit that is framed around climate change. Leaders: Elissa Levy Join us for a modeling-friendly physics energy unit that is framed around climate change. We’ll apply energy bar charts to climate-related energy...

How Our Food Moves Water Around the Planet (MS/HS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

Learn about water use, scarcity and drought, in order to understand water the impacts on our local and global communities. Leaders: Robin Madel, Kai Olson-Sawyer This workshop educates teacher-participants about direct and virtual water use as well as water scarcity and drought,...

Earth’s Energy Budget Using My NASA Data Lessons (HS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

Understand strengths and limitations of the conceptual model used to describe the complex energy transfer in the Earth systems. Leaders: Nathalie Macke ClimateSTEM Series, Focus on "Systems Thinking" . A new suite of My NASA Data lessons that address Earth's energy budget...

App Making for Every Classroom – Non-Coders Welcome! (ES/MS/HS)

Via Zoom 245 W 107th Street, New York, NY

Create a basic app using Code.org’s AppLab that showcases learning in an interactive and powerful medium. Leaders: Amanda Grutza Present your Learners' Work in a Multi-Modal Immersive Showcase! Learn to use a multi-modal platform that allows your learners to elevate their stories...

Climate Models & Data Part 1 – Visualizing Climate Projections (HS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

Help students build a better understanding of the connection between possible climate scenarios and global climate model outputs. Leaders: Eric Walters As defined by NOAA, a global climate model is a “complex mathematical representation of the major climate system components and their...

Introduction to Student-Centered Environmental Science (HS)

STEMteachersNYC Via Zoom, New York, NY

In this introductory workshop, you will navigate a learning environment where students must use data to make sense of Ecological Resilience. Leaders: Glen Stuart Dates: January 12, 2023 (7:00-9:00pm EDT, via Zoom) Tickets: The first ten teacher-participants to sign up will receive...