Teaching positions at the K–12 level are easier to land than university professorships, and they offer many of the same benefits, if you know how to claim them.
OOI Teaching with Data Workshops; New Brunswick, New Jersey, 19–21 May 2017 (chemistry) and 2–4 June 2017 (geology)
High school students launch their own high-altitude payloads and learn from their successes and failures through a science research training program led by the University of New Hampshire.
Atmospheric scientists spent a decade incorporating geographic information systems into their research and operations. Now it is time to incorporate GIS into atmospheric science education.
The Next Generation Science Standards present a set of performance expectations for stronger understanding of Earth and space science.
A pilot project helps teachers bring scientific practice into the classroom.
Learning programming skills can help students excel in their geoscience courses.
The National Earth Science Teachers Association connects scientists with educators, students, and the public.