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TRAINING FORMAT

This training format includes an initial three-day workshop at which teachers receive official GLOBE certification and train in three of the five protocol areas,  and  two additional days of training in the Hydrology and Land Cover protocols.
 

Day 1

Welcome:

  • Pick up materials, register
  • Introduction to the GLOBE Program  

Learning Activity: Just Passing Through

  • Earth Systems Science
  • Seasonal Change Protocols
  • Which thermometer is the right thermometer?
  • Atmosphere protocols and background
  • GPS theory and practice
  • GLOBE atmosphere measurements

Summary and group designation

Day 2

Review: Atmosphere learning activities

Laboratory and Outdoors:

  • Pedagogy and Soil Protocols
  • Soil moisture
  • Soil site definition 
  • Soil characterization
  • Prepare samples for lab work

Computer Laboratory:

  • Introduction to the GLOBE website
  • How to enter data
  • Entering weather data
  • Exploring the GLOBE website

Preliminary exercises Summary: Questions and Answers

Day 3

Questions and Answers: Science Building Lobby

Laboratory:

  • Soils Data Entry
  • Using the GLOBE Website to stimulate student inquiry

Computer Laboratory:

  • Phenology protocols
  • Website Practicum - data reporting and analysis

GLOBE Certificate Exercise: Science Building Lobby

  • Participants receive GLOBE Teacher Certificates
  • Each participating School receives GLOBE Science Instrument Kits
  • Each participating School receives School ID and PIN

DAY 4

Morning: Report of application of GLOBE training to date

  • data submitted to GLOBE data archive by participants’ students
  • problems and solutions
  • suggestions for improved application

Introduction to Hydrology protocols

Lunch: Questions and answers
Afternoon: Hydrology field site

  • Site definition and mapping
  • Water turbidity
  • Water temperature
  • Water pH

Laboratory: Enter hydrology data in GLOBE database.

Day 5 

Morning: Report on application of GLOBE training to date:

  • data submitted to GLOBE
  • data archive by participants’
  • students problems and solutions suggestions for improved application

Introduction to Land Cover protocol

  • Modified UNESCO classification
  • Analysis of LANDSAT imagery

Lunch
Afternoon: Land cover field exercise

 

 

 

 

 GLOBE Contacts

 

Chair: Allan Ludman
Location: Science Building, Room E206
Phone: 718-997-3324

Allan.Ludman@qc.cuny.edu


Peter Schmidt
Location: Science Building, Room E205
Phone: 718-997-4268

Peter.Schmidt@qc.cuny.edu

 
 
     



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