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AIM EPO recent activities:

June 2011-AIM was presented by Dianne Robinson and Gloria Faus at a leveraged professional development workshop for teachers in Puerto Rico.

March 2012 – AIM lead EPO instructor Paul Adams conducted a videoconference on looking at NASA data with teachers from Portsmouth VA who are participating in a leveraged professional development workshop, directed by AIM EPO director Dianne Robinson and funded by the State Council for Higher Education in Va.  (SCHEV).

May 2012 – AIM EPO project director Dianne Robinson and AIM EPO manager Barbara Maggi,  presented a poster at the annual HEA (Heliophysics Educator Ambassadors) annual meeting for NASA EPO leads in Santa Fe, NM.

June 2012-AIM lead teacher Gloria Faus presented an AIM Problem Based Learning (PBL) module that she developed at a leveraged NASA / Hampton University professional development workshop on climate.

June 2012 – AIM lead instructor, Paul Adams,  presented hands on classroom activities at a NASA/Hampton University  professional development workshop on climate change in Syria, VA.

Feb. 2013 – AIM lead EPO instructor Paul Adams conducted a videoconference on looking at NASA data with teachers from Portsmouth VA who are participating in a leveraged professional development workshop, directed by Dianne Robinson and funded by the State Council for Higher Education in Va.  (SCHEV).

Coming soon:

June 2013 – AIM lead teacher Gloria Faus will present an AIM Problem Based Learning (PBL) module that she developed at a leveraged NASA / Hampton University professional development workshop on climate.

June 2013-  AIM lead instructor, Paul  Adams,  will present hands on classroom activities at a NASA/Hampton University  professional development workshop on climate change in Syria, VA.

June (2013) – AIM Lead Teacher, P. Jones, will present Climate classroom activities to teachers attending a NASA / Hampton University leveraged workshop on climate.

July 2014 – AIM EPO instructors and lead teachers will conduct a field expedition to Alaska for undergraduates to observe Noctilucent clouds.  This activity was also previously conducted in 2009 with high school students.

Links to leveraged workshops:

HEA:  http://aim.hamptonu.edu/hea/
DUST/ NASA Innovations in climate education (2012 & 2013) –http://dust.hamptonu.edu
DUST PR (2009, 2010, 2012) – http://aerosols.hamptonu.edu/2011/index.html

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