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  • Google “My Maps” Training

    Google My Maps Training November 4th -- 1:00 pm Maps are a powerful way to visualize data. From tracking trash & debris during a clean-up to documenting how far students travel to school or depicting pollution issues across the globe, the possibilities are endless. In EarthEcho’s “Rain Check” Action Guide we utilize Google’s “My Maps” tool to document stormwater issues on school grounds.  Join EarthEcho International for an…

  • EarthEcho International Praises Expanded Marine National Monument

    EarthEcho International Praises Expanded Marine National Monument Washington, D.C. (September 25, 2014) – EarthEcho International today praised President Obama for protecting ocean ecosystems by using the Antiquities Act to expand the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument—an undisturbed island and atoll chain located 1,000 miles southwest of Hawaii and now the largest marine protected area in the world. “This  expansion of the Remote…

  • Bringing Science Alive this Autumn

    While summer is not officially over, the summer breaks have come to a close. We hope that everyone has begun the school year rejuvenated and ready for the next adventure! Our EarthEcho team certainly has! We believe that preparing students to think critically and understand how science impacts their daily lives are essential skills for 21st century learners. Our curriculum enhancement materials are designed to bring science alive for students by connecting to the…

  • Ashley Battle-Chan: Satellite Youth Ocean Conservation Summit

    Ashley Battle-Chan’s introduction to conservation came in 6th grade, when her middle school principal nominated her for a summer camp program at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. While she had always excelled in her science classes, Ashley fell in love with marine animals and conservation that summer. Ashley recalls becoming involved in the wide variety of programming that the National Aquarium offered and building the skills to interact with all…

  • Help EarthEcho Provide the Most Effective Resources

    EarthEcho International strives to provide robust and current educational resources for students across the world. In order to maintain and improve these materials, it is important to evaluate student gains in knowledge, motivation, and skills learned with regard to the study of the environment. We have developed brief pre- and post-surveys to assist in determining these gains. EarthEcho will use these surveys to better understand where the resources succeed and where…