Welcome to the WestEd/CCASN Collaborative for Youth Engagement

WestEd and CCASN are pleased to announce our participation in MISSION EARTH. This project supports STEM education in school districts by vertically integrating the GLOBE/NASA materials from elementary school through middle school, high school, and college. The project will bring together the best practices from throughout the United States to enable teachers and their students to use GLOBE and NASA materials throughout their schooling and build critical skills over time.  

Consistent with their commitment to educational effectiveness and equity, WestEd and CCASN at UC Berkeley are collaborating to strengthen students' readiness for college and future careers by providing opportunities for students to participate meaningfully and rigorously in solving real global and local problems. 

HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT
  • GLOBE California Academy Program logo Mission Earth: Fusing GLOBE with NASA Assets to Build Systemic Innovation in STEM Education is a project resulting from a collaborative proposal to NASA to further the goals of NASA and GLOBE in relation to science education. The consortia of of education and science organizations is made up of the University of Toledo (Principal Investigator) with Boston University, Tennessee State University, WestEd, University of California, Berkeley, and the NASA Langley Research Center as Co-Investigators. The combined expertise of these entities will move NASA’s educational outreach for Earth Science to progress into its next phase. Learn more »






    ANNOUNCEMENTS

HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT
  • GLOBE California Academy Program logoThe GLOBE California Academy Program (CAP), engages green academy students in science and technology through this NSF, NASA and NOAA sponsored GLOBE Program — Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment. Through field-based science, using high quality scientific protocols, students have the opportunity to collect environmental data, interact with scientists, carry out local projects, and connect with other students in countries. This form of learning strengthens students' facility with science practices while providing opportunities for civic engagement and the development of critical 21st century skills in preparation for future careers in STEM fields and beyond. Learn more »


    ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Upcoming Events March 30: GLOBE North American Regional Meeting (ended)March 29:  GLOBE Train the Trainer Training (ended)March 7:  Connecting STEM Education with GLOBE and Career Pathways through NASA (Educating for ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2016, 4:25 PM by Jonathan Boxerman
  • Educating for Careers Conference We presented at the Educating for Careers conference where some ways sites can access resources was shared.Title: Connecting STEM Education with GLOBE and Career Pathways through NASATime: Monday ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2016, 4:26 PM by Jonathan Boxerman
  • GLOBE Atmosphere Protocol Training - November 2015 GLOBE CAP staff/trainers attend Train the Trainer Training at Romberg Center with Master GLOBE Trainer Peggy Foletta, to gain certification needed to train and support GLOBE CAP Teachers.
    Posted Nov 3, 2015, 4:34 PM by Jonathan Boxerman
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COOL SCHOOLS

  • Providing Teacher Support During January 2016, WestEd and CCASN staff visited with teachers to provide ongoing support with GLOBE    Tracy from CCASN inspects a weather station in the parking lot of Oakland High ...
    Posted Apr 26, 2016, 12:25 PM by Jonathan Boxerman
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HOT PARTNERS

  • Atmospheric Scientist Partners with GLOBE CAP A research team headed by Dr. Ronald Cohen, Professor at UC Berkeley and Director of the Berkeley Atmospheric atmospheric Science Center, with a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF ...
    Posted Jul 19, 2012, 9:23 PM by Jonathan Boxerman
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