2021
17 Feb
2021
24 Feb

ESA workshop “Teach with Earth from space: Climate and scientific methodology”

Location: Online

Organizer: European Space Agency (ESA)

Type of event: workshop

Target groups: teachers

Topic: biological sciences,  earth sciences,  environmental sciences,  geography,  science education

Language of event: English

In these sessions, held on 17 and 24 February 2021 from 16:30 to 18:30 CET, you will explore how some of the most important indicators scientists use to study climate change can support your science lessons. You will investigate the impact of melting land and sea ice as a result of global warming.

Teachers will also explore the EO Browser, an online tool that provides easy and free access to satellite images from different Earth Observation missions in order to bring satellites to the classroom.

Follow the link below to register for this workshop. Applications close on Monday, 1 February 2021, 23:59 CET.

Url: https://www.esa.int/Education/Teachers_Corner/Join_the_new_ESA_Teach_with_Space_online_teacher_trainings?fbclid=IwAR2BMT6_eHb3rsJOvT10rOZ7FvygztWqszcNq6YM8_XzQ-epDa01Kvdw3kE

SOMR available to any teacher, Ministry of Education, STEM expert during the current COVID-19 lock-down period:

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