Changing patterns in rain and snow, higher temperatures, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, “wilder” weather: Are we affected here in New Jersey? Should we be concerned? What does the data show? How do we share some of these findings with our students to help them become informed citizens?
Join the New Jersey Science Teachers Association (NJSTA) for a discussion about these issues. The theme of the 2021 NJSTA Annual Spring Meeting is Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability. Presentations from NJ State Climatologist Dr. David Robinson and NJ Audubon EcoSchools Program Director Allison Mulch will provide some background science. These presentations will be followed by two break out, teacher-led focus sessions emphasizing the four NGSS domains and exploring data interpretation & analyses. Focus sessions will be Climate Change: Exploring Sustainable Energy Choices (High School Level) and Land Management & Sea Level Rises (Middle School Level)
NJSTA members and non-members are welcome to join this free seminar. Spaces are limited so registration is required. Please share and bring a registered colleague!
We hope to see you then!
NJSTA Executive Board
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