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September 20, 2022


Keep Up with NOAA Planet Stewards:

Access our archive collections: past webinars, book club selections, and the newsletter!

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The Book Club is Back!

Join us for our October meeting! 

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When:
 October 11 at 7:00 PM ET 

Book: Escape Greenland by Ellen Prager

           -- a young adult fiction book 

 
Join with link: meet.google.com/pcu-wjwx-kmh.  

           (Wait briefly to be let in by the facilitator.)

Our September Book Club Meeting discussion on My Octopus Teacher was terrific!  You can see all the meeting dates and selections for the 2022-2023 academic year in the Book Club Section of our Upcoming Events Page. There's also new information on how to log into these events via Google Meet - another flavor of Zoom. 

For our October meeting Join with link: meet.google.com/pcu-wjwx-kmh, or you can just join by phone at: +1 612-361-0505, then enter the following PIN: 576 707 897#. 

In addition to finding all our Book Club selections and meeting dates for the 2022-2023 academic year on our website, We have over 50 fiction, non-fiction, and young adult selections from past Book Club events - with discussion questions, in our archives. Whether you’re looking to catch up on some knowledge, enjoy a quick fun read, or find a book to use with your students, there’s something for everyone at the NOAA Planet Stewards Book Club!


September 30 - October 2: Preparing for Climate Change Impacts with Stewardship

Have you been meaning to register for one of NOAA Planet Stewards upcoming in person workshops? Do it soon! Seats are filling up fast!

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NOAA Planet Stewards, Elkhorn Slough and South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERRS) are hosting a simultaneous three-day workshop for educators who work with middle or high school level students.

To register at the physical location you will be attending the workshop and receive more detailed information, visit these links:

Reserve your place today! Spaces are limited!


October 7- 9: Climate Justice - Exploring the Science of Climate Change in Your Classroom

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NOAA Planet Stewards and the Detroit Zoological Society are hosting a three-day workshop for educators Climate Justice: Exploring the Science of Climate Change in Your Classroom. The goals of this workshop are for educators to explore how global climate change is affecting the metro Detroit region, and how they can engage their students in taking action to address this global phenomenon. There are a limited number of spaces available. Register for the workshop. 

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Have questions, comments, or suggestions? We love to hear from you! You can also share opportunities for your fellow educators, students, educational resources and more! Email us at: oceanserviceseducation@noaa.gov. Be sure to include:

  • Event/announcement title
  • Date and time if applicable
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