12th Symposium on Education

Poster Session 1

 Poster Session: K-12, Popular and University Educational Initiatives
 Organizers: Marianne C. Hayes, Pueblo del Sol Elementary School, Sierra Vista, AZ; Kathleen A. Murphy, Ladue School District, St. Louis, MO
 P1.1Investigating Vegetation Changes in Relation to Altitude and Environmental Factors Along Oliver and Clear Creeks in the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area of the Big Horn Mountains  extended abstract
Molly P. Steele, State College Area High School, State College, PA; and M. S. Guo, J. M. Vrentas, and J. Greenberg
 P1.2A Spatiotemporal Investigation of the Influences of Weather on the Hydrological Characteristics of a Montane Melt Water Environment  extended abstract
David Gibbons, State College Area High School, State College, PA; and J. Harding, N. Hutcheon, K. Nousek, E. Pierce, and B. S. Sandmeyer-Swails
 P1.3The Surface Energy Budget of a Mountain Region  extended abstract
David Gibbons, State College Area High School, State College, PA; and M. S. Guo, E. J. Myers, and K. Tawse
 P1.4The Influence of Meteorological and Geological Processes on the Formation, Development and Characteristics of Montane Lakes  extended abstract
Amy Drysdale, Knox Academy, Haddington, United Kingdom; and H. Ross, L. Ross, M. Shepherd, L. Downsbrough, and T. Menotti
 P1.5AMS' Education Program—A Decade of Success  extended abstract
Robert S. Weinbeck, State University of New York, College at Brockport, Brockport, NY; and I. W. Geer, D. R. Smith, J. M. Moran, E. J. Hopkins, E. W. Mills, and B. A. Blair
 P1.6Getting CERES about the weather  
Ann T. Kelly, Our Lady of Sorrows School, St. Louis, MO
 P1.7Incorportating Real-Time Data into the Classroom. The Digital GLOBE Project: Visualizing a Sustainable Future  extended abstract
John D. Moore, Burlington County Institute of Technology, Medford, NJ
 P1.8A Chilling Educational Experience (Mt. Washington Winter Edu Trip)  extended abstract
Robert P. Wanton, NOAA/NWS, Mt. Holly, NJ; and W. J. Dyke, W. R. Huskin, and W. G. Vosburgh
 P1.9NOAA's Teacher at Sea  
Dana Lee Tomlinson, Emory Elementary School, Chula Vista, CA
 P1.10Teaching Oceanography in a K–6 Classroom  extended abstract
Linda J. Deal, Penn Manor School District, Lancaster, PA
 P1.11DataStreme: Weather from the AMS to the classroom  
Hector Ibarra, West Branch Middle School, Iowa City, IA; and W. Ray and J. Meyer
 P1.12Weather Education for Elementary and Middle School Teachers: Using AMS Education Materials as a Professional Development Tool  extended abstract
Rene' T. Carson, Little Rock School District, Little Rock, AR
 P1.13A Follow-Up Study on National Weather Service K–12 Education and Outreach Programs  extended abstract
Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, NOAA/NWSFO, Taunton, MA; and W. T. Babcock
 P1.14Earth2class: Template for Scientist-Teacher Interactions  extended abstract
Michael J. Passow, Columbia Univ., New York, NY and White Plains Middle School and Teachers College, White Plains, NY; and C. M. Assumpco, C. Bandeirantes, and F. D. Baggio
 P1.15"Wandering The Watershed": Real-Life WES Experiences  
Michael J. Passow, White Plains Middle School and Teachers College, Columbia University, White Plains, NY; and C. Murphy and W. D. Blanchard
 P1.16Continuing WES in North Carolina  extended abstract
Frankie C. Vann, Lakewood High School, Salemburg, NC
 P1.17Bridging the Pacific Ocean: Using Oceanography to Make Cultural Connections  extended abstract
Beth A. Jewell, Fairfax County Public Schools, Springfield, VA
 P1.18The University of Northern Iowa takes weather education by STORM  
Claire Waites, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa; and C. Wolter
 P1.19The use of Live Event Learning to teach high school meteorology in the new millennium  extended abstract
Craig R. Wolter, AMS/AERA and Windom Area High School, Windom, MN
 P1.20Techno-Meteorology: Educational Adventures in Cyberspace  extended abstract
Faye McCollum, Project Atmosphere/AERA and Muscogee County School District, Columbus, GA
 P1.21Plans of Action: Enhancing Public Awareness of Meteorology Though Local Weather Education Resource Teachers  extended abstract
Steve M. Carlson, AERA and Hermiston School District, Hermiston, OR
 P1.22An effort to "do science" rather than "teach about science" in the secondary school science classroom.  
Alan D. Sills, Panther Academy, Little Falls, NJ
 P1.23Wet and Wild: the Ocean Atmosphere Interface. The Maury Project and WES: Teacher Enhancement Programs for the K-12 Classroom  
Debra S. Brice, San Marcos Unified School District, San Marcos, CA
 P1.24Oceanography in the Middle  
Craig L. Croone, Northfield Middle School, Northfield, MN
 P1.25Retired K–12 Teachers as Active Agents for AMS Education Programs  extended abstract
Lawrence E. Greenleaf, AMS/AERA, Belfast, ME
 P1.26Weathering the middle-school years: Using Web technology to make meteorology cool  
Diane K. Fisher, NASA/JPL, Pasadena, CA; and P. Everson and N. J. Leon
 P1.27Analysis of a 30-Year Haines Index Climatology for the United States  
Paul J. Croft, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS; and B. E. Potter
 P1.28Meteorology Education through Nature Centers  extended abstract
Sue Ellen Haupt, Utah State University, Logan, UT; and J. J. Barta
 P1.29Partnering with Youth Groups on Meteorological and Environmental Education Issues  extended abstract
Kenneth H. Kirkwood, MSC, Dartmouth, NS, Canada; and P. H. Whitfield
 P1.30Integrating GIS and Applied Meteorology  
Richard K. Snow, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL; and M. M. Snow
 P1.31Integrating GLOBE Student Data Observations at NCDC in Climate Monitoring Activities  extended abstract
Thomas F. Ross, NOAA/NCDC, Asheville, NC; and S. R. Ansari and W. M. Faas
 P1.32Identifying students' alternate conceptions in meteorology  extended abstract
John Yoder, West Chester University, West Chester, PA; and R. Pandya
 P1.33Involving students in authentic research through student-teacher-scientist partnerships  extended abstract
Tamara Shapiro Ledley, TERC, Cambridge, MA; and N. Haddad, J. Lockwood, and D. Brooks
 P1.34Primary and Secondary Maximum of the number of Asthma Attacks on the Territory of the City of Bitola, Macedonia  
Blagojce Mickovski, WMO, Bitola, Macedonia
 P1.35Partnerships Help Save Lives  
Ron Gird, NOAA/NWS, Silver Spring, MD; and R. Lopes
P1.36EX-Files is a web-based, multi-media educational template  
Tim Barnes, UCAR, Boulder, CO
 P1.37Virtual Meteorology: AMS Online Weather Studies  
Aubrey Hartman, Tidewater Community College, Portsmouth, VA; and G. Fowler
 P1.38Meteorology in the US Virgin Islands  
David J. Smith, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
 P1.39Introducing an Applied Meteorology Course at Prairie View A&M University  
Brian Cudnik, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX
 P1.40Implementing Online Weather Studies Course at an HBCU: Case of Fayetteville State University  extended abstract
Adegoke Ademiluyi, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC; and R. Johnston
 P1.41The Phase-Wise Infusion of AMS Online Weather Studies Materials in Hybrid Science Courses at Paine College, Augusta, GA  
C. R. Nair, Paine College, Augusta, GA
 P1.42Breaking the Digital Divide with the AMS Online Meteorology Program  
Anthony L. Selimo, Passaic County Community College, Patterson, NJ
 P1.43An Analysis of Enrollment, Technology Access, Organization, and Cultural Components in an Online Weather Studies Course at the University of North Dakota  
Lloyd W. Mitchell, Univ. of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND; and E. M. Klemisch
 P1.44AMS Online Weather Studies: Where Do I Begin?  
M. Carol Walker, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
 P1.45Blackfeet Community College’s Air, Climate and Weather  
Patricia Atkins, Blackfeet Community College, Browning, MT; and R. Keim
Harris E. Williams, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
 P1.47Online Weather Studies at California State University, Bakersfield  
Jorge Talamantes, California State University, Bakersfield, CA
Richard L. Myers, Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, AK
 P1.49Teaching Aviation Students Weather Using Online Weather Studies  
Polly D. Steenhagen, Delaware State University, Dover, DE
 P1.50Scientific Principles Of Weather And Climate  
Valentina S. David, Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, FL
 P1.51Online Weather Studies in the Caribbean  
Louis Pérez, University of Puerto Rico, Cayey, Puerto Rico
 P1.52Online Weather Studies at the Southeast College Of HCCS  
Cheng Ting, Southeast College, Houston, TX; and T. Ting
 P1.53Online Weather Studies at Talladega College  
Charlie M. Stinson Jr., Talladega College, Talladega, AL

Sunday, 9 February 2003: 5:30 PM-7:00 PM

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