Teaching Atmospheric Science in the 21st Century: Towards a Community of Scholar-Educators in Undergraduate Education

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Monday, 5 January 2015
Todd D. Ellis, SUNY, Oneonta, NY; and J. A. Knox

In the summer of 2015, The National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) will be offering their first On the Cutting Edge workshop on the topic of Teaching Atmospheric Science in the 21st Century. Hosted in Boulder, CO at the UCAR facilities, we are inviting scholar-educators across the discipline to bring their best ideas, lessons, and classroom practices to publish a web-based repository of the best ideas in undergraduate education and the directions in which we want to take the education of future scientists.

After the workshop, we hope to have formed an active cohort of people who will continue to develop new ideas, collaborate on educational programs, and to get together periodically to help to guide atmospheric science education in the next century. Come and learn more about the workshop, our planned activities and agenda, and the NAGT Cutting Edge website that will house the ideas generated at the event. Feedback and questions are welcome.