[NHDOE-ETNews] ETNews: Climate Stewards Project
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Mon Dec 3 12:30:34 EST 2012
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ITEM: Climate Stewards Education Project
How would you like to increase your climate science knowledge and join
a community of educators interested in projects that make a difference
in your local area?
Join NOAA's Climate Stewards Education Project (CSEP). We provide formal
and informal educators with sustained professional development,
collaborative tools, and support to build a climate-literate public that
is actively engaged in climate stewardship.
Applications are being accepted until December 17 for the class of 2013.
After completing minimum requirements, you will be eligible for:
* Mini-grant funding to develop and implement a climate
stewardship action plan
* Travel stipends to attend and present at key professional
* Special CSEP contests with monetary and educational resource
If you decide to join this effort, you will be committing to:
* Complete and reflect on at least 15 hours of professional
development (PD) training in climate science and education in 2013.
* Complete and reflect on at least 9 hours of PD training in
climate science and educational for each additional year you remain with
* Participate in monthly CSEP webinars and regional events
(teleconferences, online chats, etc.,) during evening hours.
* Develop and Implement a climate stewardship project in your
school, community, or organization, focused on mitigating the effects of
* Use the CSEP Wiki to post your PD reflections, classroom
activities in climate change, stewardship project plans, progress
updates, as well as share resources, comments and results with other
* Fully participate in CSEP evaluation efforts
Educators accepted into the program will be notified early January,
2013 and will be required to attend a mandatory introductory Web seminar
for new participants - tentatively scheduled for January 14th OR January
28th, 2013 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time.
Click here to apply today
The NOAA Climate Stewards Leadership Team
Peg Steffen, Education Coordinator
NOAA National Ocean Service
1305 East West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910
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