Upcoming Webinars


From Cutting-Edge Geoscience News to the Classroom: Using Eos’s ENGAGE resource to enlighten students about the latest news in the geosciences

Thursday, June 6, 2024; 6:00 - 7:15 PM EDT via Zoom

Register hereThis webinar is open to everyone. When you register, you will be asked to create a free AGU account. A link to the webinar will be provided prior to the webinar.  This event will be recorded and the link will be shared with those who register. Please register by June 3, 2024.

Science is dynamic. Connecting students to the latest research may be a bit cumbersome, but with Eos’s new collection of articles, ENGAGE (Eos News: Geoscience and Global Events), educators have access to recent research presented in a concise and engaging format for multiple grade-levels. ENGAGE is designed to improve science literacy and the use of science writing as narrative nonfiction resources for Earth and space science topics. During this webinar, educators will learn about the collection, review a bundle of articles that fit with their curriculums, and identify effective methodologies for integrating the articles into their instruction, including using the Teach the Earth collection of classroom activities integrated into ENGAGE.  Participants will leave the webinar knowing how to access the ENGAGE collections, to identify articles that fit their teaching needs, and to design seamless integration of the articles into their lessons. 

Past Webinars


Science News for your Classroom

6 April 2023

Access a recording of the webinar here

Engaging students with accurate scientific information is important for developing Earth and space science literacy and combating misinformation. AGU Eos Publisher, Heather Goss, and Eos Science Education Advisor, Kyle Fredrick, provided an overview of Eos, the ENGAGE program, and related NAGT Teach the Earth resources. The ENGAGE program materials can be used in teaching and learning in undergraduate and high school classes. ENGAGE articles are supplemented with audio, maps, and link to Teach the Earth peer-reviewed activities.