Seventh International Conference on School and Popular Meteorological and Oceanographic Education

Poster Session 1


Poster Session

  Chairperson: Susan Q. Foster, UCAR, Boulder, CO
P1.1A Decade of Education and Outreach Programs at a National Weather Service Forecast Office  extended abstract
Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, NOAA/NWSFO, Taunton, MA; and W. T. Babcock
P1.3Using DLESE to bring atmospheric and oceanographic digital resources to the classroom  
William Huskin, AMS Education Resource Agent, Doylestown, PA; and J. D. Moore
P1.4ATeaching Earth System Science Research for High School Students  
Elizabeth Anne McCook, Urbana High School, Ijamsville, MD
P1.5Using DLESE to facilitate high quality Earth Science Education  
Steve Michael Carlson, AMS/NOAA Project Atmosphere AREA, White Salmon, Washington
P1.6Everyday Weather, Project Atmosphere and DataStreme, “Reaching Out To The Educational System and Community!  
Steve Michael Carlson, AMS/NOAA Project Atmosphere AREA, White Salmon, Washington
P1.7Meteorology and oceanography topics in the New York State science curriculum  extended abstract
Michael J. Passow, White Plains Middle School, White Plains, NY; and M. R. Wolk
P1.8“WeatherWise”: A kit for Girl Scouts to learn about weather and careers in the atmospheric sciences  
Jadwiga H. Richter, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and S. Buhr, K. Young, S. Lynds, and S. Hug
P1.9MY NASA DATA: A resource for Climate and Ocean Education  
Dennis Diones, SAIC, Hampton, VA; and L. H. Chambers, E. J. Alston, S. W. Moore, P. C. Oots, and C. S. Phelps
P1.10Weather and climate in primary and secondary education: Possibilities and restrictions in the new Norwegian national curriculum compared with the old  
Pål J. Kirkeby Hansen, Oslo University College, N-0130 Oslo, Norway
P1.11Hurricane season 2004 and beach erosion in Volusia County, Florida  extended abstract
Valentina S. David, Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, FL
P1.12Understanding rip currents in the nearshore environment: a new generation of oceanography visualizations  
Kevin K. Fuell, UCAR/COMET, Boulder, CO; and D. V. Johnson
P1.13AMS Local Implementation Teams in Action: A Decade of Change  
Robert P. Wanton, National Weather Service, Mt. Holly, NJ; and J. D. Moore, K. Orr, and W. Huskin
P1.14Caught in the drift: sea-beans and ocean currents  
Terri Kirby Hathaway, North Carolina Sea Grant, Manteo, NC
P1.15Developing Extensions to Maury Project Modules to Enhance Teacher Utilization of the SE Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System (SEACOOS) Web Site  extended abstract
George W. Rumpp, Alvernia College, Reading and Cabrini College, Radnor, PA; and D. Smith and T. K. Hathaway
P1.16Twelve years of Maury Project summer workshops: A pictorial history  
David R. Smith, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD; and I. W. Geer and D. E. McManus
P1.17Teaching middle school students about wind-driven currents through a learning cycle model  
Barbara K. Walton-Faria, Thompson Middle School, Newport, RI
P1.18Oceanography in the Middle: Middle school, Middle of the Continent.  
Craig Croone, AMS/Maury, Northfield, MN
P1.19The Royal Meteorological Society's educational activities  
Malcolm Walker, Royal Meteorological Society, Reading, United Kingdom
P1.20MetLinkInternational – the Royal Meteorological Society's principal online weather project  
Malcolm Walker, Royal Meteorological Society, Reading, United Kingdom
P1.21RainCatch – an online weather project for children aged 8-12 and individuals of any age  
Malcolm Walker, Royal Meteorological Society, Reading, United Kingdom
P1.22New Resources for Schools: Multi–Agency Educational Initiatives of the Royal Meteorological Society  
V. Aldridge, Roseburn Primary School, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom; and O. Bray
P1.23Meteorology at the National Festival of Science, Engineering and Technology in South Africa  
Charlotte May McBride, South African Weather Service, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
P1.24Start Your Own AMS K-12 Student Chapter  
Kathleen A. Murphy, AMS Education Resource Educator, St. Louis, MO
P1.25The sea & sky connection in a high school physical science class  
Ann Kelly, AMS/AERA, St. Louis, MO
P1.26The role of interest circles in preparing students for meteorology careers in Cuba  
Mayra Santana, Sociedad Meteorológica de Cuba, Ciudad Habana, Cuba; and O. Garcia and J. Machado
P1.27Collaboration of state DataStreme programs in North Carolina  
Fanette Hines Entzminger, Farmville Central High School Farmville,NC AMS DataStreme LIT Leader NC, Farmville, NC; and F. C. Vann
P1.29SAC -C Cloud Atlas  extended abstract
I. Velasco, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; and L. Vidal and A. L. Flores
P1.30Educator resources at the National Weather Center in Norman, OK  
Kevin A. Kloesel, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and S. Swift and J. Snow
P1.31Online science classes meet student demand for flexibility and meaningful content  
Kathryn Hedges, Prairie State Community College, Chicago Heights, IL
P1.32Introducing leadership models and NCAR's multi-disciplinary research to undergraduates  
Susan Q. Foster, UCAR, Boulder, CO; and T. Barnes and K. K. Droegemeier
P1.34Learning to Interpret Colors on a Radar Image  
Celeste Lehrer, St. Mary/St. Michael School, Cato, WI
Adelaida Portela Lozano, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; and R. M. Rodríguez Jiménez and Á. B. Capa
P1.36ESIP and CIMSS: Increasing the Use and Usability of Satellite Data in Science Classrooms (Poster)  
Margaret Mooney, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and S. Ackerman
P1.37Ocean Literacy through US Science Standards  
Beth Jewell, NOAA Office of Education, Washington, DC; and S. Schoedinger and C. McDougall
P1.38Education and Climate: Building a sustainable weather network by incorporating science teachers into current research activities in meteorology  
Ricardo J. Morales De Jesús, Univ. of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR

Tuesday, 4 July 2006: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM, Millennium Room

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