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30 Mar

Data Analysis for Project Crystal Code – Webinar for Educators

In this second professional development session for teachers participating in Project Crystal Code, we will focus on how to analyze the results of our experiment in Moro Canyon. This 1 hour webinar on Tuesday, March 30th from 4:00pm - 5:00pm will be a crash course in supporting your scientists in thinking about how best to represent data through statistics, making graphs, and using their graphs as evidence to support a recommendation. Project Crystal Code is a multi week program aligned with…

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31 Mar

Coastal Dynamics – Webinar for Educators

High school students step into the shoes of coastal engineers as they determine how Crystal Cove State Park’s beaches are changing over time.  During this multi-week program, participants build computer models to show how our coastline is changing, investigate the challenges that this creates for coastal enclaves like the Crystal Cove Historic District, and explore possible solutions. Join us for a 90 minute webinar for teachers participating in the Coastal Dynamics Education Program for the 2020-2021 school year to learn…

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6 Apr

Marine Protected Area Science Exploration – Webinar for Educators

How can we protect our ocean from overfishing?  Is the Marine Protected Area offshore from Crystal Cove State Park working?  Your class can help us find out!  During this integrated program, students help scientists study the Crystal Cove State Marine Conservation Area as they learn about different science careers and explore how communities can use science ideas and science communication to protect our oceans.   Join us for a 90 minute webinar for teachers participating in the MPA Science Exploration for…

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7 Apr

Welcome to Project Crystal – Webinar for Educators

During Project Crystal, 5th grade students are invited to virtually take part in ecological research in Moro Canyon!  As your students help Crystal Cove Conservancy, Crystal Cove State Park, and UC Irvine study the best way to help native seedlings grow, they’ll learn about concepts like plant ecology, the water cycle, and how we can use science ideas to protect our wild places. This program is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards for fifth grade. The curriculum includes six learning…

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8 Apr

Welcome to Project Crystal Code – Webinar for Educators

During Project Crystal Code, 7th grade students are invited to explore the role that decomposition and technology play in the restoration of coastal sage scrub!  During this multi-week program, students are introduced to how we can use technology to protect our wild places. Virtual Project Crystal Code builds on ideas from Project Crystal as participants design computer models and construct and code sensors to investigate how mulch decomposes. Join us for a 90 minute webinar for teachers participating in the…

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