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July 8-11 July 8 Introduction: (610 July 9 Computers: (332 July 10 Computers: (332 July 11 Computers: (Mac 9:00-noon ATG) Overview, team Sieg) Data applications. Sieg) Data analysis and Lab in CMU) Locating data building, & creating a Find & read data, download, use in the classroom. resources. 9-11--Harry shared vision. (Janice) 1. interpret. Input diurnal 9-9:30--Strip chart (and Rich?) discusses & Ice Breaker. 2. data of Earth vs. Mars into activity(?). 9:30-11--Use shows atmospheric resources Participants introduce spreadsheet, graph, etc. diurnal temperature data of and data. 11-12--(610 ATG) selves, meet the staff. 3. Print graphs. (Rich) Earth vs. Mars to discuss Jim shows & discusses Mars LEM overview/philosophy. 4. pedagogy. (Rich & Janice) related data and resources. Frame a "lesson," build 11-12--Glenn & Julie JD unavailable list of what Internet discuss Soils from activity should have. Show teacher's perspective. LEM Guidelines. 5. Discuss schedule, describe responsibilities, crediting. 1:00-3:00 Computers: (332 Sieg) Instruction: (610 ATG) Instruction: (610 ATG) Interaction: (610/325 Evaluating WWW sites. Use Benchmarks, EALRs, and Using data to teach. Ernie ATG) Atmospheric & Space criteria from AM combined Standards. Activity where (and Rich?) discuss Snow science, scientists. with LEM Guidelines. groups are given a topic from designer's Module writing teams form, (Rich). Homework: Read and they research its perspective. Show basics work with staff to refine the part on weather from application in the of module, do map activity. idea and content. (All Standards (pp. 131 - 133). Benchmarks, EALRs, and * Discuss yesterday's available staff) * Discuss Answer the questions: What Standards. (Rich) * Discuss assignment on module yesterday's assignment on teaching techniques were yesterday's reading on standards Homework: curriculum evaluation. * "traditional." What weather. * Choose topic to Develop criteria for Clarify expectations and teaching techniques were study that has potential evaluating online scope of module (one "non-traditional." How did for module. Homework: curriculum modules. concept) Homework: Choose Mr. H. know what his Connect EALRs, Benchmarks, concept and partner for students understood? and Standards across module. Connect to grades preliminary module topic. 3-5 Benchmarks. JD unavailable July 15-18 July 15 Preparing for July 16 Computers: (332 July 17 Computers: (332 July 18 Group meeting: 9:00-noon module writing. (332 Sieg) Sieg) Module Sieg) Module writing. (610 ATG) Outlines, plans, (Rich) 9-10--Peer and group conceptualization and (Winsome Mundy from RSPAC and feedback. (Janice & review of proposed module writing. (Winsome Mundy will assist). * Review Snow Rich) * Videos(?) outlines. Post outlines from RSPAC will assist). online. * Individual Pathfinder, Eclipse. * through the week. Individual instruction by instruction by LEM staff as Groups describe integration 10-12--Computers: LEM staff as needed. needed. (Bring badges) of input, planned direction. Introduction and use of (Bring badges) JD unavailable Adobe Pagemill and/or Netscape Gold. (Rich & Steve) JD unavailable 1:00-3:00 Instruction: (610 ATG) Instruction: (610 ATG) Instruction: (610 ATG) Computers: (ad lib--324 Atmospheric & Space Atmospheric & Space Assessment. (Rich) * Sieg, B-022 CMU, home, science. science. Northwest weather Module, learner, teacher. * etc.) Module writing. 1-2--Cloud-in-a-bottle (Ernie) * Visit rooftop, Video: Private Universe. * Homework: Write a draft of (Janice) Wrap-up of Mars view instruments, launch & Read/reflect on Pompea's proposed module. Include a suggestions and resources. track balloon Homework: Snow review. Homework: map for flow and location (Jim) Homework: Reading Reading from Teachers Guide Write a series of questions of all resources, graphics, from Teachers Guide to the to the Internet: Chapters that tests students' etc. Internet: Chapters 1 & 2 7 & 8 (pp. 111-190) understanding of your (pp. 1-35) module concept and conforms to the Standards, Benchmarks, and EALRs. JD unavailable July 22-25 July 22 Reorientation: July 23 Computers: (332 July 24 Computers: (332 July 25 Group meeting: 9:00-noon (610 ATG) (Janice & Rich) Sieg) Module writing. Sieg) Module writing. (610 ATG) Present and 9-11--Peer and group review Individual instruction by Individual instruction by evaluate modules. of modules, as they are to LEM staff as needed. LEM staff as needed. date (via small group). Post modules through the week. 11-12--Group meeting: planning the week. 1:00-3:00 Computers: (332 Sieg) Computers: (332 Sieg) Group meeting: (610 ATG) Closing: (610 ATG) Plan Module writing. Individual Module writing. Individual Present and evaluate for submission of modules, instruction by LEM staff as instruction by LEM staff as modules. Homework: plan follow-up. needed. Homework: needed. Homework: "Finish" modules. ???Evening: Dinner??? Continue modules. Continue modules.
Before Institute: Complete Internet tutorial and exploration (http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/net-learning.html#Tech Stuff), explore the Developer's Workshop (http://developers.ivv.nasa.gov/educate/index.html), review National Science Education Standards (http://www.nap.edu/nap/online/nses), review Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) homepage (http://www.ospi.wednet.edu/index.html), Netscape tutorial.
During Institute: Keep personal journals to record thoughts/questions/notes and atmospheric data (temperature, pressure, wind speed, wind direction, humidity) for an assigned hour for each day. There will also be a "map discussion" each day given by Ernie featuring current events and local weather.
Note: At end of Institute there will be a group dinner at Ivar's Salmon House.
Richard T. Edgerton, Ph.D. University of (206) 543-1456 (voice) (206) 543-0308 Washington Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences (Fax) email@example.com Live From 425B ATG Building Box 351640 Seattle, WA Earth & Mars 98195-1640 http://www-k12.atmos.washington.edu/k12