To help share our work and learn from others, we have presented our in-progress findings and curricular innovations in a variety of contexts. Global citizen science is of, by, and for the public and, therefore, we prioritize opportunities to share our work in spaces that are free and open-access. We have also presented our work at local, national, and international conferences, and have several manuscripts in development for peer-reviewed journals.
Critical Pedagogies of Place
How engaging youth as environmental (in)justice storytellers can help them (re)claim their narratives, recognize their power to advance change, and advance their understanding of environmental issues. Learn more.
Learn the Ins and Outs of Citizen Science in This Brand-New Course
How can we inspire learners of all ages to engage with the world and contribute to cutting-edge scientific research?What if we said you could join teams of scientists and National Geographic Explorers without leaving your school community? Well, you can! Explore global citizen science and its potential for teaching and learning through the new, free, self-paced National Geographic course “Learning Through Citizen Science.” The course consists of three modules designed to introduce you to global citizen science and familiarize you with key projects and tools. Read more.
What we learned preparing teachers during the pandemic
Beck, B. Tejwani, J., Pedroza, V. (2022). Democratizing Science: A Citizen Science Approach to Teacher Education [Paper Session]. AACTE Annual Meeting New Orleans, LA.