An M.S. in geology from an accredited school, and a love of working with young people/teaching & sharing your love of geology are the essential requirements. There may be an urgent need to find someone quickly for a spring 2015 “geology 101” lab, one evening per week, class beginning sometime around 5 or 6 pm, […]
Webinar Presenters: Allison Beauregard (Northwest Florida State College) Peter Berquist and Lynsey LeMay (Thomas Nelson Community College) Mark Boryta and Becca Walker (Mt. San Antonio College) Laura Guertin (Penn State University – Brandywine) Joshua Villalobos (El Paso Community College) Conducting student research at two-year colleges can be challenging and rewarding. This webinar will include examples […]
The fall meeting of the Far Western Section of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers is taking place on Oct 10th-12th in Sacramento at California State University Sacramento. Trip opportunities include the Sierras, Delta and local Sacramento geology. Professors, K-12 teachers, and students (official and unofficial) of the earth sciences or geology are encouraged to […]
The Science, Math, & Engineering department at Modesto Junior College has opened an Instructional Support Technician – Life Sciences position for recruitment. To view this position and/or apply please access the link below: https://yosemite.peopleadmin.com/postings/1137 Recruitment for this position will close on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 11:59 pm.
A Note from Wendy Van Norden, the far west section director of NESTA… Dear Earth Science Educator, Is there a crisis in California Earth Science? I received an email from a teacher about the Earth Science crisis that she was seeing in her school district. (see letter below) That prompted me to wonder, is there […]