MEETIN G SUMMARIES THE ISTH AMS EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM BY RAJUL E. PANDYA, DAVID R. SMITH, DONNA J. CHARLEVOIX, GENENE M. FISHER, SHIRLEY T . MURILLO, KATHLEEN A . MURPHY, DIANE M. STANITSKI, AND THOMAS M. WHITTAKER he 15th Education Symposium, held as part of the THE I5TH AMS EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM 86th American Meteorological Society (AMS) TAnnual Meeting, addressed the scope of education WHAT: The annual meeting of those deeply involved and outreach efforts within atmospheric and related with further developing atmospheric and related sciences. The symposium was animated by the par- science education focused this year on teaching ticipants' deep commitment to the goal of broadening in the K—12 classroom and in universities the impact of science and contributing to the develop- WHEN: 29-31 January 2006 ment of a literate scientific population. The goals of the WHERE: Atlanta, Georgia symposium were to share the innovations and lessons learned, and to energize the participants to continue as change agents in atmospheric education. These goals cause the symposium organizers wanted to focus on were realized though formal presentations and posters, a venue that encouraged greater interaction between and, equally important, informal conversations. the presenters and their audience. This year, the program
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 28, 2007
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