MEETING SUMMARIES A SUMMARY OF THE I6TH SYMPOSIUM O N EDUCATION BY RAJUL E. PANDYA, DAVID R. SMITH, DONN A J . CHARLEVOIX, WAYN E HART, MARIANNE J . HAYES, SHIRLEY T. MURILLO, KATHLEEN A . MURPHY, DIANE M. STANITSKI, AND THOMAS M . WHITTAKER mamammmmm he 16th Symposium on Education, part of the • H 87th American Meteorological Society (AMS) TAnnua l Meeting, provided a window into what WHAT: The annual meeting of those committed to th e diverse and loosely connected community of education and outreach in the atmospheric atmospheric science educators is thinkin g about and sciences, including people working in working on. The aggregate of the posters, presenta- K-12, college, and informal education. This tions, and discussions revealed three popular themes: year's meeting included special sessions on hands-o n use o f data, creating opportunities to teach teaching with technology and the educational atmospheric science, and leveraging the current inter- opportunities provided by broadcast meteorology. est in climate change. WHEN: 14-16 January 2007 Th e most prominent theme o f th e conference dealt WHERE: San Antonio, Texas with strategies for getting students and the public to use meteorological data. Unlike previous years, where there
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Published: Jun 2, 2009
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