Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education – Webinars for High School Teachers (Sept. 25, Oct.Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2012View Source
Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education – Webinars for High School Teachers (Sept. 25, Oct. 30)
Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education, a project for high school teachers, is holding two webinars this fall that are open for anyone to attend. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/QLk0Ov:
- Sept. 25 – This webinar will cover MovieTracker software. Presenter John Pickle, a high school teacher and developer of MovieTracker, will illustrate how the software can make digital images into movies, and provide tools for spatial and color analysis of these movies. Applications for classroom use entail changing the speed and/or direction of the movie.
- Oct. 30 – This webinar will cover PicturePost. Dr. Annette Schloss, Research Scientist at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, will discuss PicturePost, which is part of the Digital Earth Watch (DEW) network that supports environmental monitoring by citizens, students, and community organizations through digital photography and satellite imagery. Learn how teachers and students can contribute using digital images in a growing archive aimed at measuring environmental change.
Mansel A NelsonProgram CoordinatorTribal Environmental Education Outreach928-523-1275