Fall 2019 FMN Announcement: Project EDDIE FMN- Teaching Quantitative Reasoning and Scientific Concepts with Data
Project EDDIE Faculty Mentoring Network
Teaching Quantitative Reasoning and Scientific Concepts with Data
Are you interested in teaching quantitative reasoning and looking to include data exploration in your classroom? Apply now to join the Project EDDIE FMN that will bring together faculty interested in implementing Project EDDIE (Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration) teaching modules that address quantitative reasoning and scientific concepts using environmental data.
Project EDDIE modules address quantitative reasoning and scientific topics spanning environmental disciplines (e.g., ecology, limnology, geology, hydrology, climate change, and environmental sciences) with a flexible structure to fit all teaching situations. Participants in this FMN will focus on how to use EDDIE modules in their undergraduate courses by participating in biweekly virtual sessions to collaborate with and support others in the network and receive mentoring. Participants will leave the FMN with modules available for implementation in multiple classroom settings, access to a network of peers, and an instructor story to share their experience about adapting and implementing an EDDIE module in their classroom.
Applications are due August 16 – Apply Now
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Contact: If you have questions, please contact Andrew Haveles (firstname.lastname@example.org)