NESTA Professional Development Opportunities

NESTA offers an assortment of professional development opportunities through the year. Many of these events occur in conjunction with NSTA National and Regional Conferences. In addition, NESTA occasionally co-sponsors events such as Field Trips and Field Conferences (add a link) with other organizations. For professional development opportunities offered by other organizations, click here

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Climate Change Adaptation for an at Risk Community - Shaktoolik, Alaska.
This Norton Sound village faces serious threats of erosion and flooding from climate change. Terry Johnson (Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program) discusses a plan to help the village in this one hour webinar.

Web seminar from 7 to 8 pm Eastern. Register online at http://www.windows2universe.org/teacher_resources/main/webinars.html.

This one hour webinar is about impacts of climate change on the ecotoxicology of pesticides to estuarine organisms presented by Dr. Marie DeLorenzo (research ecologist with the NOAA). The webinar looks at improving risk assessment of pesticides in estuarine environments considering toxicity in relation to climate change and land use change.

This is a Mymeeting webinar - you may need to download Mymeeting files in advance. Go to www.mymeetings.com - under participant join, click "join an event", then add meeting number 744925156. No passcode is required.

Web seminar from 7 to 8 pm Eastern. Register online at http://www.windows2universe.org/teacher_resources/main/webinars.html.

This NESTA hands-on workshop highlights lessons and strategies using NGSS crosscutting concepts to unite core ideas and science practices for classroom Earth system science.

This NESTA hands-on workshop highlights lessons and strategies using NGSS crosscutting concepts to unite core ideas and science practices for classroom Earth system science.


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