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  • National Biodiversity Teach In

        February 12th, 2016  EarthEcho is proud to present, in conjunction with Elgin High School (Elgin, Illinois), an ocean-themed day for the 2016 National Biodiversity Teach-In. We are bringing together speakers and scientists from across the globe for a day of free webinars for your classroom. Each speaker is working to protect our Water Planet and preserve the biodiversity found in our oceans and beyond.  Our day will be headlined by our…

  • Exploring the Pacific with Schmidt Ocean Institute

    About    Panelists    Classroom Resources     Science Standards    View Virtual Field Trip January 21, 2016 2pm EST / 9am HST  Join EarthEcho International and the Schmidt Ocean institute as we explore a world without oxygen in the South Pacific. The Schmidt Ocean Institute’s R/V Falkor will travel from Honolulu to Tahiti during a 28 day journey to explore low-oxygen areas of the ocean called oxygen…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Ecosystem Modeling with the Northwest Fisheries Science Center

    About    Panelists    Classroom Resources    Science Standards    View Field Trip Previously Recorded, Nov. 19, 2015  Join Philippe Cousteau, Jr. as he visits NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Mukilteo Research Station to dive deeper into ocean acidification's affects on both local and global ecosystems. Led by scientist Paul McElhany, visit the lab, learn about ongoing research projects, and…

  • National Public Lands Day

    EarthEcho International’s World Water Monitoring Challenge (WWMC) has partnered with National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) 2015 National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation's largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. NPLD educates Americans about the environment and natural resources, and the need for shared stewardship of these valued, irreplaceable lands. By building partnerships between the public…

  • Paid Professional Development Opportunity for DC Public Schools Educators

    Saturday, September 12, 2015, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm DC Public Schools Main Office, 1200 1st St. NE, 10th Floor Join EarthEcho International staff in an interactive forum for middle and high school educators. This 6-hour workshop explores best practices for project based learning focusing on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed as participants: examine critical environmental issues around everyday actions and community practices that have global implications; use…