DataStreme Program

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Advance your teaching skills and become a leader in Earth science education.

More than 22,000 teachers across the United States have energized their classes with information and techniques learned through the AMS DataStreme courses. They become science leaders in their own schools and communities, educating their teacher colleagues, and ultimately reaching millions of students nationwide.

AMS DataStreme is a low-cost, convenient option for salary advancement and teacher recertification:

  • All three DataStreme courses are part of a master's level program offered through California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U)—successful participants will earn three graduate credits for each course.
  • Each course is 13 weeks long, completed online, and offered in the spring and fall.
  • An incredible value at an extremely low cost at $450 per course ($350 for AMS members)*.
  • A special offer for Spring 2022: all course fees will be waived for a limited number of participants that are successfully matched to a mentor team for each of the three courses (while funding and spots last).  Connect with a Mentor Team to learn more about this offer.
  • Complete three of five AMS professional development courses, including any or all of the AMS DataStreme courses, and receive a post-baccalaureate certificate from California University of Pennsylvania.
  • Cal U is authorized to award credit for these courses in all fifty U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories.
  • Any of the semester-long DataStreme courses, along with the Project Atmosphere or Project Ocean Summer Courses, can be applied toward the two courses required to apply for the Certified AMS Teacher (CAT) credential!

The Courses

DataStreme Atmosphere

Learn about the atmospheric environment, its interaction with other components of the Earth System, and the implications of those interactions on humankind.

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Dive into ecosystems and life in the ocean as you investigate the interrelationships between the ocean, atmosphere, and climate.

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DataStreme Earth's Climate System

Using real-time data and results from the most recent National Climate Assessment, discover causes of both natural and anthropogenic climate change.

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