Building a Framework for Citizen Science & STEM Learning

Please take a look at the latest citizen science association blog post. What do you think?

Citizen Science Association

Students participating in Project BudBurst at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Photo courtesy of: Project BudBurst Students participating in Project BudBurst at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Photo courtesy of: Project BudBurst

By: Ryan Collay, Mary Ford, Sandra Henderson, Eric Jolly, Nancy Trautmann, and Sarah Kirn

Join the Education Working Group of the Citizen Science Association for the panel discussion – Developing a Framework for Citizen Science in Education – Join the Conversation – on Wed. Feb 11th at 9:55 am. You can also participate in their open conference session on Feb. 12th.

The Education Working Group has been meeting since August of 2014 with a focus of drafting a vision for the role of citizen science in science learning and a framework to help the community achieve this vision. From the outset, our intent has been to tee up ideas for our conversation with the broader citizen science community at the February Citizen Science 2015 Conference in San Jose.

The current education climate…

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