Monday, August 2, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 1 - Education: Community-Based Learning
Bridging the gap, building the future: STEM fellows teaching global change in primary education
Juliette M. Donatelli, NSF GK-12 STEM Fellow, Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University, David J. Gibson, Southern Illinois University, Karen Renzaglia, Southern Illinois University, Harvey Henson, Department of Geology, Southern Illinois University, Frackson Mumba, College of Education, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Sedonia D. Sipes, Southern Illinois University, Kris Schachel, NSF HEART GK-12 Program Director
Developing podcast trail guides: using technology to merge community based learning with public ecology education
Kevin Hopper, Wilkes University, Courtney Sperger, Wilkes University, Kenneth M. Klemow, Wilkes University
Wikis in the classroom: Properties and potential uses of this collaborative learning tool
Jayna L. DeVore, University of Georgia, Kristen K. Cecala, University of Georgia, John C. Maerz, The University of Georgia
Involving K-12 students and teachers in ecological and paleoecological research: Examples and suggestions from the University of Tennessee GK-12 Earth Project
Sally P. Horn, University of Tennessee, Matthew Valente, University of Tennessee, Rene A. Shroat-Lewis, University of Tennessee, Jorene Hamilton, University of Tennessee, Christopher A. Underwood, University of Tennessee, Zachary P. Taylor, University of Tennessee, Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, University of Tennessee
Education for sustainable communities: An interdisciplinary approach to environmental literacy through student-centered research
Brenda L. Young, Daemen College
World wide views on global warming: An effective model of citizen engagement in the Phoenix metropolitan area
Katherine M. Dreeland, Arizona State University
The status of SEEDSNet, the newest offering of SEEDS
Melissa Armstrong, Ecological Society of America

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