EARTH uses near-real-time data from ocean observatories to design and test outreach with the Internet as an interface to scientists, teachers, students, and the public. Click here for more information on the EARTH program.
The 2018 workshop will be in Newport, Oregon. If you check back on our website (or follow us on Facebook), we will post application information about 2018 workshop as it becomes available.
A requirement of the application process is to trial an EARTH lesson and complete the online feedback rubric (Note: this will take you to a new page on SurveyMonkey). All application materials and questions can be sent to EARTH.
Complete applications should include the completed rubric and a cover letter than includes the following information: your school/district, grade level/s and subject/s taught, and email/phone contact (both school and personal as the school email system sometimes rejects our group emails). Please also address the following questions: Why do you want to be selected for this workshop? What makes you the ideal candidate? Include any other information that you think might be useful to us as we make our decisions.
The EARTH workshop for 2018 will be held June 24-29, 2018 in Newport Oregon and co-hosted by the NSF Regional Class Research Vessel, Oregon State University, and Oregon Coast STEM Hub. To keep up to date on all things EARTH, please join our facebook page.
MBARI has updated our website to a new platform, and as a result, many of our older workshops and activities have been archived. We are in the process of posting these older activities on our current website, but if there is a specific activity you are searching for and can’t find, please let us know and we will be happy to provide you with a direct link.