Where on the globe were you last Saturday? The world’s coolest place to be on March 12 was in LAS’s Grande Salle, where the second annual GLOBE Day science fair showcased almost 30 science and social studies projects from LAS students in 8th, 9th, and 11th grades. Students presented the fruits of their hard work […]
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This piece links to a post by Dan Patton that describes LETS Day from the previous October. Mr. Patton’s story appeared in Panorama 2016.
This post originally appeared in Panorama Magazine 2016. View the piece here on the LAS Blog.
The Alpine Institute recently proposed a 90-minute “session” on Embedding Citizen Science Into Schools for the upcoming European Citizen Science Association conference in May 2016. The session intends to demonstrate how Citizen Science can be successfully embedded into the school curriculum. The logic is clear: Young people spend most of their lives in school, often […]
Update: LAS is currently not using the ODK app due to its exclusivity to Android and our discovery of other apps more suited to iPhones.
On Monday, 23 November, Martin Brocklehurst will describe the excitement that’s driving today’s citizen science community as it taps into young people who enjoy using modern technology to participate in crowd-sourced scientific experiments. Mr. Brocklehurst is a co-founder of the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA). Please join us in the Savoy Library 23 November 6:30-7:20 pm […]