Rendezvous Abstracts and Working Group Applications DUE March 1, 2022published Feb 23, 2022 4:00pm
Submit your abstract and working group applications by Tuesday, March 1!
The Contributed Program submission deadline for the 2022 Earth Educators' Rendezvous is fast approaching! The Contributed Program, comprised of oral presentations, posters, teaching demos, and Share-a-Thon presentations, offers a venue to share your work and engage in discussions with the Earth Science education community. We encourage you to share your research, teaching ideas, and expertise at this event, which brings together researchers and practitioners working in all aspects of Earth education. Submit an oral/poster session abstract or a Teaching Demo or Share-a-thon proposal for consideration by Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
Would your group or project benefit from face-to-face meeting time? Conduct your group meeting at Rendezvous and benefit from the added value of networking with other Earth educators, attending topical and pedagogical workshops, and disseminating findings in oral and poster sessions. Each participant in your meeting will receive a $20 per paid day registration discount. Learn more about and apply to host a working group by March 1.
Help us get the word out about the March 1 deadline, as well as additional Rendezvous deadlines listed below; please forward this email to others who might be interested, including graduate students. Thank you in advance for helping us promote this annual event.
The Rendezvous program features a combination of workshops, contributed talks and posters, round table discussions, plenary sessions, and working groups discussing a rich mix of topics. This year's Rendezvous provides special opportunities for:
- Interactive multi-day workshops, featuring strategies for supporting all students, education research, curriculum design, and more
- Half-day mini-workshops, featuring a variety of topics, teaching methods, professional development, career resources, and more
- A contributed program to share your work and learn from the community, including oral and poster sessions, teaching demonstrations, and Share-a-thon
- Plenary talks, forums, and roundtable discussions
Take advantage of stipend opportunities to offset the cost of travel and registration. Stipends for travel, Review Camp, and the Preparing for an Academic Career workshop are available by application.