Monthly program update for the Deep Earth Academy
On April 1, 19 science educators from across North America boarded the JOIDES Resolution as participants in the latest “School of Rock Expedition for Educators” professional development workshop.
A delegation of 17 middle and high school teachers from across Korea joined Deep Earth Academy staff at the National Science Teachers Association’s International Science Institute for three weeks of professional development training.
The JOIDES Resolution will set sail from Balboa, Panama on October 23 to begin Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 344 (Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project A Stage 2), also known as CRISP 2.
Earlier this month, 22 teachers from Washington, D.C., New York, Delaware, Florida, and North Carolina joined Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) scientist
On July 25, Deep Earth Academy hosted a three-hour workshop for teachers from the Smithsonian National Science Resources Center Earth History & Global Change Academy.
Deep Earth Academy staff recently wrapped up two “School of Rock” workshops. From May 23 to June 2, proponents of selected pilot projects from the Ship-to-Shore Science kickoff meeting sailed aboard the JOIDES Resolution as it transited from Curaçao to Bermuda.
Deep Earth Academy recently published the classroom activity “Discovering Life Below the Sea Floor – An Introduction to How Science Works” and the Science Flowchart.