Join us for a two-part online learning experience with Andy Goodman, a nationally recognized expert in storytelling and strategic communications. In this age of “Too much information” we will discuss how we can connect with our audiences and improve our ability to deliver our OOS educational messages. This event will be an important professional development […]
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Eutrophication is the process in which excess nutrients from land concentrate in water bodies leading to phytoplankton bloom, bacterial decay and low-oxygen events. This interactive helps students understand this complex and increasingly prevalent process.
COSEE NOW has developed an interactive animation to help highlight the seven essential literacy principles. Please send us your feedback on this public beta release.
Underwater gliders are changing the way scientists observe the ocean. In March of 2007, Rutgers researchers conducted their 100th glider mission, and invited students and teachers to follow along in this data tip.
Robotic underwater gliders are helping oceanographers conduct research all over the world. Even in Antarctica. Learn how you can connect your students with cool real-time ocean science from the frigid waters of Antarctia in this data activity.
Will it be a “White Christmas” this year? This is the question often asked by generations of children and adults looking forward to a warm holiday and a winter wonderland. In this data-tip we investigate how to answer this question using historical probabilities and real-time data.
Data can come from many places, including from a tiny island in the Pacific Ocean. This real-time data tip demonstrates how students can connect the fields of science and social studies with a buoy half a world away.
Storytelling Workshop for Ocean Observatory Systems (OOS) Professionals Presented by COSEE NOW and NSF When: January 8-9, 2009 Where: Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, MD What: Join us for a 1.5 day retreat experience designed to help explore, share, and learn how to connect with public audiences about the ocean and ocean observing systems (OOS). We […]
Things have been a little chaotic around here lately. We recently launched the new Cool Classroom web site and 18 teachers are now piloting its Hudson Plume unit. But there is still a lot of coding required to make the site fully functional and many more lessons to write. Our Pulse of the Planet series […]
Blogs have transformed the way people communicate in these early days of the 21st century. At their very essence, they are really nothing more than web pages where writers post their thoughts, albeit generally with much less pain than managing a normal site (and sometimes with a lot less thought). What makes blogs special is […]