2019 Saturday Conference Workshops

Following the Awards Banquet on Saturday afternoon we will be hosting a few in-depth workshop sessions for those participants who would like to extend their conference day.

For planning purposes, we ask that you please select any workshops you plan to attend when you register for the conference.

Note:Participants seeking a full CSM credit will need to participate in one of these sessions to complete the credit requirements (the pre-conference workshop will not count as credit) as well as attend the following closing session from 4:30-5:30pm.

2019 Saturday Workshops

Date: Saturday, March 16, 2018

Time: 3pm-4:30pm

Location: Auraria Campus in Denver

Price: Included with Full Weekend or Saturday Only registration cost

If you would like to participate, please select one of the following Saturday Afternoon Session Options (1.5 hours in length) when registering for the conference. If you plan to depart following the Awards Banquet, please select N/A.


Filmmaking for Environmental Education

Presenter: Daniel W. Zietlow, Provare Media, University of Colorado, Boulder

Description: Videos are an effective way to share information with students and the public, and can elicit transformative learning. In this crash course on science filmmaking, we discuss storytelling, camera gear, and editing methods to create impactful science education videos.

 

National Geographic's Geo-Inquiry Process in Action! 

Presenter: Chris Hines, Educator Network, National Geographic

Geo-Inquiry is an exciting new integrated project based, critical thinking skills in action process that connects real-world challenges in our world and National Geographic explorers to the classroom. Educators will walk away with the GIS, citizen science, storytelling, and visualization tools necessary to immediately implement the process in their own classroom in order to further a student's understanding of our planet and empower them to generate solutions for the future. More Info: NatGeoEd.org/Geo-Inquiry

CAEE works to ensure everyone in Colorado has an opportunity to learn about the environment where they live. We value inclusiveness and welcome everyone to the field of environmental education.

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