December 5, 2008 in Resource Guides
Annual Scientist Survey 2008 Report
What do scientists think about coastal sciences education & outreach? Are they engaged? And, in what ways are they contributing?
This report offers answers to those questions.
Since 2004 COSEE NOW (formerly as COSEE Mid-Atlantic) has conducted an annual online scientist survey to gather data on the education involvement, practices and needs of scientists at current and future ocean observing systems. Our goal is to improve the exchange of data and teaching practices between scientists and educators. In 2008 we partnered with the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) and included their members in this year’s survey (we thank ASLO for their assistance).
Anyone planning education programs or products, establishing partnerships among scientists and educators, or interested in improving their education and outreach activities will find this report interesting and useful. We also welcome your comments.
Download the Annual Scientist Survey: 2008 Report (pdf)
December 4, 2008 in Resource Guides
A great deal of research has been conducted on the science literacy and teaching practices of K-12 classroom teachers. Much less is known about scientists’ involvement in education and outreach with K-12 schools and public audiences.
To fill that gap COSEE Mid-Atlantic (now known as COSEE NOW and COSEE Coastal Trends) has conducted an annual scientist survey since 2004 to gather data on the education involvement, practices and needs of scientists affiliated with ocean observing systems. Our goal is to improve the exchange of data and teaching practices between scientists and educators so that teachers, students and the public can make the best use of ocean observing systems data.
This report includes survey results from 2004 through 2007. For 2008 results, see the COSEE NOW Scientist Survey report.
Click to download Cosee MA Scientist Survey Report 2004-2007 (pdf)