COSEE OCEAN presentations at Network Meeting - 05.13.2011
The COSEE Network meeting included several presentations by OCEAN team members:
Jean Egmon, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL and COSEE National Advisory Committee
Effective Networking: Why, How, and for What?
To increase the knowledge of COSEE Network members about effective practices in networking, how they are formed, how success can be measured, and why networks are effective, creating an increased understanding and interest in network science and an increased capacity of individuals and centers to operate from a network perspective. A baseline knowledge of effective networking practices to inform the following COSEE Network Meeting sessions.
View PowerPoint here (Power Point, 1.43 MB)
Arthur Eisenkraft and Alan Friedman:
Future Directions for Formal and Informal Science Education
To form and enhance strategic connections between COSEE and initiatives in STEM formal and informal education, creating a new perspective on the role of ocean education within STEM learning in formal and informal learning. Ultimately, we would like to see a set of prioritized recommendations to increase the prominence of Ocean Science Education.
Arthur Eisenkraft, Future of Formal Science Education, View PowerPoint here (PPTX, 757 KB)
Alan Friedman, Future of Informal Informal Education, View PowerPoint here (Power Point, 5.32 MB)
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