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Sunday—July 27, 2014

  Travel Day  
1500 Arrive at Casa Munras  
1700–1900 Social HourCasa Munras Antonia Room
Light snacks and non-alcoholic drinks (bar is open for alternative drinks). Introductions and overview of the week.
1900 Dinner on own for those interested  
  Pre-workshop survey:

Monday—July 28, 2014

0800–0830 Breakfast—MBARI  
0830–0900 Overview of goals and objectives of workshop

George Matsumoto
0900–1000 PresentationHow we know there are massive flows of water in and out of the seafloor, and how you can calculate the rate from thermal data
Excel Data Spreadsheet

Andy Fisher
1000–1015 Break  
1015–1100 Dataset exploration  
1100–1200 EARTH Rubric Presentations Katrina
1200–1300 Lunch—  
1300–1400 PresentationContemporary Ocean Data and Images with
Bioluminescence and Fluorescence, Info and Activities with the Bioluminescence Web Page
Steve Haddock
1400–1445 Dataset exploration  
1445–1500 Break  
1500–1630 EARTH Rubric Presentations  
1630–1730 MBARI Tour  
1730 Daily Evaluation—  
1830 Dinner in Moss Landing  

Tuesday—July 29, 2014

0800–0830 Breakfast—  
0830–0900 Morning overview— George Matsumoto
0900–1000 PresentationReal-time Data from Underwater Robots & Using the Mendelian Inheritance of Man Website
ESP Website | Tutorial
OMIM Website
Chris Preston
1000–1045 Dataset exploration  
1045–1100 Break  
1100–1200 EARTH Website tour and NGSS alignment
Next Generation Science Standards

NGSS Presentation (PPT | PDF) | NGSS Checklist (Word | PDF) | NGSS Excel
Jennifer Magnusson
1200–1300 Working Lunch—Explore EARTH website  
1300–1400 EARTH Rubric Presentations  
1400 Daily Evaluation—  
1400 Leave MBARI to carpool to Monterey Bay Aquarium  
1500 Meet at Monterey Bay Aquarium for group entry  
1730–1830 PresentationWhat story will they tell?: Helping students communicate science Katy Scott
Monterey Bay Aquarium
1900 Dinner in Monterey  

Wednesday—July 30, 2014

0800–0830 Breakfast—  
0830–0900 Morning overview— George Matsumoto
0900–1000 PresentationOcean Acidification: the Other CO2 problem Adina Paytan
1000–1100 Dataset exploration  
1100–1115 Break  
1115–1200 PresentationThe power of creative and reflective writing in learning Alex Lockwood
University of Sunderland
1200–1300 Lunch—MBARI BBQ ($3, optional)  
1300–1315 EARTH Rubric Presentations  
1315–1415 C-DEBI Presentation Stephanie Schroeder
1400–1500 Presentation—RETINA and SS ROV Camp

RETINA (Presentation | Website)
SS ROV Camp (Presentation | Website)
Trevor Fournier
1500–1515 Break  
1515–1600 Dataset exploration  
1600–1700 Lesson plan development/overview  
1700–1800 Discussion/brainstorming  
1800 Daily Evaluation—  
1830 Dinner in Moss Landing  
2030 Late Night Trawl #1  
2330 Late Night Trawl #2  

Thursday—July 31, 2014

0800–0830 Breakfast—  
0830–0900 Morning debrief/overview— George Matsumoto
0930–1200 Lesson plan development
(Lesson Plan template—MS Word)
1200–1300 Lunch—  
1300–1645 Continued lesson plan development All
1700–1930 Working dinner—  

Friday—August 1, 2014

0800 Breakfast—
900–1130 Presentations— (15 minutes each)
Group Topic/Workshop Materials
DeAnna Lee-Rivers
Beth Marass
My Nguyen
The Carbon Atom—A Limitless Life Story

Lesson Plan | Teacher Resources/Background
Cycle Vocabulary Cards (Word | PDF)
Carbon Cycle Infographic (png | PDF Letter | Ledger)
Carbon Infographic Key (png | PDF Letter | Ledger)
Student Infographic Info | Student Graph Analysis
Alia Thompson
Lindsay Knippenberg
Alex Lockwood
Data Tales—What story does the data tell?

Data Tales Lesson Plan
Analyzing Science Stories Activity
Killer Cat Buzzfeed Article | Loss, et al 2013 Article
Scientific Storytelling Rubric (Word | PDF)
Telling Science Stories
Story Rollercoaster
Miriam Sutton
Robert Flores
Katie Lodes
Elizabeth Eubanks
Citizen Science using Jellywatch

Lesson Plan | Teacher Overview | Student Reflection
Adding a sighting to (Website | App)
SurveyMonkey | Example Infographic | Infographic Rubric
Modified Jellyfish Data | Instruction Sheet
Jelly Tutorial Key
Citizen Science using video (YouTube | QuickTime)
Lindsey Keynote
Bobby Bullard
Jennifer Seki
Valerie Hartmann
Howard Dimmick
Dominique Evans-Bye
Causes and Consequences of Harmful Algal Blooms?

Lesson Plan
Michelle Smith
Mary Keymel
Shawn Chesser
Katrina Alegado
Who turned out the lights? (Bioluminescence Unit)

“Sparkle” in the Ocean! Lesson Plan | Vine Assignment
Where did the sparkle go? Lesson Plan: Part I | Part II
Where did the sparkle go? Information Sheet | Data Sheet | Rubric
Who put the Sparkle in the Ocean? Lesson Plan | Handout
PowerPoints: Bioluminescence | Underwater Light | Mosquito Bay
Mosquito Bay Article
Data Collection Sheet | Webquest
Megan Jones
Megan O'Neill
Kathy Couchon
Seafloor Siphon or What's Going on in the Basement?

Seafloor Siphon Lesson Plan (Word | PDF)
PowerPoints: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Student Handouts: Student Communication | Pre-Post Test
Plotting Heat Flow | Map for Drawing Flow
Videos: Tech Intro Video | Elevator Video
Background Info (Word | PDF)
1130–1200 Final Evaluation—  
1200–1300 Lunch—  
1200 Safe Travels home—Ride Spreadsheet

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