The NCSE office was recently turned into a time traveling scavenger hunt as a way to prototype a new app-based science outreach activity called Geology Park. This activity breaks new ground for NCSE as it’s specifically meant to help adults as well as young people engage with science, and because it integrates real-world tangibles with an NCSE-designed mobile app. Geology Park also breaks the mold of typical science outreach activities in that participants are able to engage without necessarily needing oversight by a facilitator or interpreter.

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NCSE Teacher Ambassador Melissa Lau discusses the complexity—and personal satisfaction—of teaching climate change in Oklahoma, where she has lived her entire life.

 

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NCSE Teacher Ambassador Turtle Haste says helping her students understand how to analyze and interpret evidence is key in her science classroom. 

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NCSE Teacher Ambassador Sarah Ott engages her community in an Earth Day-inspired mural project that aims to ensure climate change is part of normal, everyday conversation in her Georgia city.

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NCSE Teacher Ambassador Blake Touchet takes his biology students on an annual field trip to the local zoo to help them better understand biodiversity. The trip always coincides with the week of Earth Day.

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