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Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship

Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship.

This fellowship provides a unique professional development opportunity for K-12 educators in the STEM fields to serve in the national education arena. Fellows spend eleven months working in a Federal agency, including NOAA, or in a U.S. Congressional office, bringing their extensive knowledge and experience in the classroom to education program and policy efforts.

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Center for Great Lakes Literacy

SeaWiFS satellite captured this view of the Great Lakes, including the turbid waters of Lake Erie, in this recent overpass.

The CGLL is a collaborative effort led by Sea Grant educators throughout the Great Lakes watershed. The Center fosters informed and responsible decisions that advance basin-wide stewardship by providing hands-on experiences, educational resources and networking opportunities that promote Great Lakes literacy among an engaged community of educators, scientists and citizens.

DataStreme Atmosphere

American Meteorological Society.

A 13-week distance-learning course on the atmospheric portion of the Earth system and its interaction with people using real-time data, text reading, activities, and online investigations. Course materials are free to selected participants and 3 graduate credits are awarded upon completion of the course.

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DataStreme Ocean

American Meteorological Society.

A 13-week distance-learning course on the fluid Earth system emphasizing the atmospheric, ocean, and hydrologic sciences using real-time data, text reading, activities, and online investigations. Course materials are free to selected participants and 3 graduate credits are awarded upon completion of the course.

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DataStreme: Earth's Climate System

American Meteorological Society.

A 13-week distance-learning course that investigates the mass and energy flows associated with the global climate system and the related issues using real-time data, text reading, activities, and online investigations. Course materials are free to selected participants and teachers in most states receive 3 graduate credits upon completion of the course.

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