[ESIP-all] Seeking expert science reviews of climate change educational resources at ESIP Federation meeting in Santa Fe

Tamara Ledley tamara_ledley at terc.edu
Wed Jun 22 15:44:17 EDT 2011

Dear fellow ESIP Federation members,

Like you, we are looking forward to the upcoming meeting in Santa Fe next 
month. And we would like to solicit your expertise during your time in 
Santa Fe.

We on the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) Pathway 
project are building an online reviewed collection of climate education 
resources for teachers and students at the middle-school, high-school and 
college levels (http://cleanet.org). Each resource must have an expert 
science review. 

That's where you come in. 

During the ESIP Federation meeting, we will be set up on site with a 
resource review station. Most resources, which have undergone preliminary 
scientific and pedagogical review usually take under 30 minutes to review. 
You will be making an important contribution to the teaching of climate 
literacy by helping us vet the science in these resources! 

Please stop by our review station and do a review or two. We'll have more 
information on the meeting wiki - Agenda By Day pages - and here: 

We would be happy to answer any questions.  If you are not coming to Santa 
Fe and are interested in contributing a science review please let us know.

Thanks so much and see you in Santa Fe!

The Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness (CLEAN) Pathway Project:
Tamara Shapiro Ledley, TERC 
Marian Grogan, TERC 
Mark McCaffrey, The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental 
Sciences (CIRES)/NSIDC
Tamara Shapiro Ledley, PhD
Senior Scientist, TERC
2067 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
phone: 617-873-9658; fax: 617-349-3535
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