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from headquarters Project Exceeds DataStreme Central's Expectations teachers and are required to act as resource persons The DataStreme Project, one of AMS's for other teachers and as advocates for promoting precollege K-12 education initiatives, entered its the use of electronically delivered environmental second year of activity this fall, exceeding all ex- data in schools. pectations of the projects' administrators. The project is administered in AMS's education The unique and highly successful foundation to office, located in Washington, D.C., and is directed the project's training process is the distance-learn- by Ira Geer. The office conducts all of AMS's edu- ing course. This 13-week course is offered twice a cation initiatives—Project ATMOSPHERE, the year to participants. It focuses on the study of the Maury Project, and the DataStreme Project. atmospheric environment through the use of elec- DataStreme participants, several hundred K-12 tronically transmitted weather data and learning teachers (called Weather Education Resource materials. The electronic material is supplemented Teachers) located throughout the country, as well with a printed study guide and other learning ma- as hundreds of professionals working in the field terials. Upon completion of the program, partici- of meteorology, appropriately dubbed the admin- pants receive college credit through the State Uni- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.11.2666
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Abstract

Project Exceeds DataStreme Central's Expectations teachers and are required to act as resource persons The DataStreme Project, one of AMS's for other teachers and as advocates for promoting precollege K-12 education initiatives, entered its the use of electronically delivered environmental second year of activity this fall, exceeding all ex- data in schools. pectations of the projects' administrators. The project is administered in AMS's education The unique and highly successful foundation to office, located in Washington, D.C., and is directed the project's training process is the distance-learn- by Ira Geer. The office conducts all of AMS's edu- ing course. This 13-week course is offered twice a cation initiatives—Project ATMOSPHERE, the year to participants. It focuses on the study of the Maury Project, and the DataStreme Project. atmospheric environment through the use of elec- DataStreme participants, several hundred K-12 tronically transmitted weather data and learning teachers (called Weather Education Resource materials. The electronic material is supplemented Teachers) located throughout the country, as well with a printed study guide and other learning ma- as hundreds of professionals working in the field terials. Upon completion of the program, partici- of meteorology, appropriately dubbed the admin- pants receive college credit through the State Uni-

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Published: Nov 1, 1997

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