BECOME A MEMBER SUPPORTER

Help keep our free events going by becoming a supporter of Global Ed Events! Your donations will support the Global Education Conference, Global Education Day, Global Collaboration Week, and more! We appreciate you! Click HERE for more information.

Premier Partners

Huge thanks to our premier partners! For more information on supporting our events by becoming a premier partner organization, click HERE


PARTNERS

Latest Activity

Ilya Gaidarov's discussion was featured

CK-12 Foundation: Live lessons every day this week

Hi GlobalEd community,I'm excited to announce that CK-12 is live!Every day this week, one of our…See More
yesterday

Supporter
Steve Hargadon's discussion was featured
yesterday
Ilya Gaidarov posted a discussion

CK-12 Foundation: Live lessons every day this week

Hi GlobalEd community,I'm excited to announce that CK-12 is live!Every day this week, one of our…See More
Tuesday

Supporter
Steve Hargadon posted a discussion
Monday
Clare McMillan's discussion was featured

Global Education Resources - Free Writing Platform/ Space to Create Classroom Community

Dear Global Educators,I hope you are all managing as best as you can through this difficult time. …See More
Sunday

Silver Supporter
Connie Rensink's discussion was featured

iEARN-USA Presents Wednesdays with the World

iEARN-USA will be hosting a webinar series for the next several weeks called "Wednesdays with the…See More
Sunday
Heather Chirtea's discussion was featured

Help us get Technology in the Next Stimulus Bill!

We need your immediate help to get distance learning technology into the next COVID-19 government…See More
Friday
Heather Chirtea posted a discussion

Help us get Technology in the Next Stimulus Bill!

We need your immediate help to get distance learning technology into the next COVID-19 government…See More
Friday

Silver Supporter
Connie Rensink posted a discussion

iEARN-USA Presents Wednesdays with the World

iEARN-USA will be hosting a webinar series for the next several weeks called "Wednesdays with the…See More
Friday
Clare McMillan posted a discussion

Global Education Resources - Free Writing Platform/ Space to Create Classroom Community

Dear Global Educators,I hope you are all managing as best as you can through this difficult time. …See More
Apr 1
Marion Andersson's discussion was featured
Apr 1
Marion Andersson posted a discussion
Mar 31
Jill Woerner's discussion was featured

Free Educator Webinars: Content infused with intercultural learning

Educators can get lessons ideas that combine their content area with intercultural learning…See More
Mar 30
Jill Woerner posted a discussion

Free Educator Webinars: Content infused with intercultural learning

Educators can get lessons ideas that combine their content area with intercultural learning…See More
Mar 30
Howard Blumenthal's discussion was featured
Mar 29
Howard Blumenthal posted a discussion
Mar 29

CO-CHAIR
Lucy Gray's discussion was featured
Mar 29

CO-CHAIR
Lucy Gray posted a discussion
Mar 29

Silver Supporter
Connie Rensink's discussion was featured
Mar 27

Silver Supporter
Connie Rensink posted a discussion
Mar 27

The 2020 Global Survey on Youth Perspective on Global Warming and Climate Change

Your Name and Title:  Eric Walters, Director of STEM Education

School or Organization Name: Marymount School of New York

Co-Presenter Name(s): Atmospheric Science Class, Grade 12

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: New York City

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): High School Students, Teachers, Administrators, Scientists

Short Session Description (one line):  Check in our session and learn how your school can participate in our 2020 Survey!

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

In 2017-2018, students in the senior elective, Atmospheric Science, at Marymount School, created an implemented the Global Survey on Youth Perspective on Global Warming and Climate Change, which sought to determine if teenagers believe global warming is naturally induced, human induced, or both, and to uncover what local and global evidence leads teenagers to conclude that the Earth’s average temperature is increasing (or not).  Over 700 students worldwide complete the survey, and the results were surprising.

With the recent uptick in student interest in climate change and global warming, the class will conduct the survey again, to determine if teenagers opinions have changed over the past two years.  Come learn how your students can participate in the survey.  For the results of the 2017-2018 survey, visit: weather.marymountnyc.org

Views: 71

Reply to This

© 2020   Created by Lucy Gray.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service