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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Wednesday, October 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Strategies for building ecological data literacy of students and teachers

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This session will take a big picture view of ecological data literacy with a primary focus on how to harness the power of the LTER network to build ecological data literacy of students and to contribute to the body of research on this topic. We will present relevant insights from the literature and several LTER sites will share strategies and learning outcomes for engaging students with data. We will then facilitate a discussion in small groups to identify needs for additional idea sharing, professional development, assessment and/or research among the LTER network. This topic will continue to be explored in the session about new tools for student data exploration and analysis.

Lead Organizer
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Kari O'Connell

Oregon State University

Co-organizers
avatar for Alan Berkowitz

Alan Berkowitz

Head of Education, The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
K-12 and Undergraduate Ecology EducationData Literacy in EcologyBuilding and nurturing a diverse community of scientists, educators and participants in LTERThe Undergraduate Field Experience Research Network (UFERN)The LTER REU Initiative
avatar for Annette Brickley

Annette Brickley

Education Manager, WHOI
I'm a science education consultant working for myself as STEMming the Gaps Consulting. I have taught in both formal and informal education settings, from chemistry to oceanography to space science to climate change. I'm a trained facilitator for NNOCCI, the National Network of Ocean... Read More →
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Pamela Snow

Harvard Forest, Harvard Forest
I coordinate the Schoolyard Ecology program at Harvard Forest, connecting teachers with professional Ecologists, and bringing K-12 students into the world of field ecology. In coordinating professional development opportunities, we provide opportunities for teachers to learn how to... Read More →
avatar for Steven McGee

Steven McGee

The Learning Partnership


Wednesday October 3, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
03. Acacia Meeting Room