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Project ATMOSPHERE Information
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Educational Materials for Your Classroom

Contact:
Dr. Robert S. Weinbeck
Associate Director,
Project Atmosphere
American Meteorological Society
Tel: 202-737-1043
amsedu@ametsoc.org


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Development for this project was supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation.

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Project ATMOSPHERE Peer Training Resources


Following the training of the Kansas City summer workshop, teachers conduct two or more single-topic sessions on an on-going basis, for their peers within their home states, using single topic teaching materials developed by AMS specifically for this purpose. These peer-led training sessions, one to two hours in length, are offered on a variety of meteorological topics.

To report workshop results, the workshop presenter fills out the Teacher-Trainer's Questionnaire, and each workshop participant fills out a Participant's Questionnaire. Mail these evaluation questionnaires to the AMS DC Education Office at the address below.

Please email us to list anticipated workshop topics and numbers.

Project ATMOSPHERE Peer Training Modules
Module Activity
(only)
Answer Key
Air-Sea Interaction 1 Key
Atmosphere Aloft 1, 2 Key
Clouds * 1 * Key
Coriolis Effect 1 Key
El Niño * 1 * Key
Highs - Lows 1 Key
Hazardous Weather - Hurricanes 1 Key
Hazardous Weather - Thunderstorms 1 Key
Hazardous Weather - Winter Storms 1, 2 Key
Jet Streams * 1, 2 * Key
Radar - Precipitation 1 Key
Weather Satellites 1, 2 Key
Sunlight and Seasons 1 Key

*For some modules, there are auxiliary materials that are necessary to complete the activity.  Presenters are provided a supply of these materials (30 units) on a one-time basis. For these auxiliary materials, email us.

After the initial two workshops are reported and academic credit awarded, individuals may request a transcript reflecting their academic grade from SUNY The College at Brockport by going to www.brockport.edu/registrar/officialtranscript.html.

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