Citizen Science During COVID-19 - MAEOE Conference

Updated: Apr 5

Hear from environmental education innovators who are adapting environmental citizen science with their students during COVID-19. Cynthia Madanski, 7th and 8th grade Science Teacher, McKinley STEMM Academy, Toledo, OH, Roger Rose, 5th & 6th Science Teacher, Alpena Elementary/Middle School, Alpena, AR, and Samantha Battersby, Alice Ferguson Foundation, Accokeek, MD, shared their new approaches, lessons and specific challenges to maintaining and in some cases, growing student engagement in scientific research, despite the learning disruptions resulting from COVID-19. From the MAEOE Annual conference on February 6, 2021.

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