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The October 2020 newsletter for the AGU Education Section is now available!  You may find it in PDF format and on Connect by visiting https://connect.agu.org/education/resources/newsletters (most recent issue, October 2020, is at the top).  A huge thanks to Kaleb Clover, who is the newest member of the Education Section newsletter team, for assisting with the October 2020 newsletter.  The new format is easily digestible and straightforward.  The ...
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The most recent issue of the AGU Education Section's Perspectives on Earth and Space Science Educational Research (PESSER) series is contributed by Mika Shimizu and titled “Resilience Approach for Advancing Sustainable Development Goals”.   The article focuses on using the resilience approach to support implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). An important aspect of the resilience approach is building knowledge and awareness of complicated ...
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The August 2020 Education Section Newsletter is out and available  here for AGU Connect   members.  Also, anyone can access the newsletter  here  without the need for an AGU Connect account.  The AGU Education Section's Newsletter archive is also accessible to the public! In the  third issue  of the AGU Education Section's  Perspectives on Earth and Space Science Educational Research (PESSER) , Lisa Gilbert, Professor of Geosciences ...
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The June 2020 Education Section Newsletter is out and available here for AGU Connect members.  Also, anyone can access the newsletter  here without the need for an AGU Connect account. In the second issue of the AGU Education Section's Perspectives on Earth and Space Science Educational Research (PESSER) , Section Secretary Vincent Tong invites us to reflect on the implications of the findings from a review article on inclusivity in geoscience ...
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Dear Fellow Educators, The most recent murder by police of an African American, George Floyd, coming during the COVID-19 pandemic's health and economic suffering, has laid bare the racial disparities of our society and unleashed deep frustration, sadness and anger. These disparities are manifested in health, employment, criminal justice and education. As educators, we have the responsibility to work to address these disparities. However, as the ...
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