EARTH Workshop Application

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Applications are now closed for the 2022 Earth Workshop, which will be hosted in Seattle, WA with the Global Ocean Biogeochemistry Array (GO-BGC). To apply, please fill out and submit the following information. In addition, you must try out one (or more) EARTH lesson in your classroom or institution and complete the online feedback rubric. Both of these items needed to be completed and submitted by February 7th at 0800 PST for consideration for the 2022 workshop.

Application Process

We strive to maximize engagement between workshop participants and the scientists who participate, and ensure that educators are able to work together in a variety of ways throughout the workshop. Because of this, we only have a limited number of spots available in each EARTH workshop and applications are required. The application process is outlined below. All workshop costs, including travel, lodging, and food, are covered for each participant.

Application Requirements

  1. Complete the 2022 Application form (below) and submit any additional resources as appropriate. Be sure your answers to the questions clearly express your experience, background, and/or interest in the topic of using real-time data in your educational environment. Any supporting materials can be emailed to earth@mbari.org.
  2. Applicants are required to try out one (or more) EARTH lesson in your classroom or institution and complete the online feedback rubric. We are especially interested in feedback from our more recent lessons (such as the ones developed at the 2018, 2017, or 2016 workshops) so we can update, revise, and publish them.

Returning teachers who have previously participated in an EARTH Workshop can make their application stronger by demonstrating a commitment to mentoring colleagues (hosting an in-service or EARTH Satellite workshop in your area), enhancing the EARTH resources (testing out Lessons in Development and providing extensive feedback or new resources to enrich our website), or disseminating EARTH content(presenting about EARTH at a meeting or conference). Please contact us if you have any questions about the application process.


2022 Application




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