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Thank you for attending the 2013 California Science Education Conference. 

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Saturday, October 26 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Tracking Hurricane Sandy
Analyze Hurricane Sandy and map its path using free tools such as NOAA online data access, ESRI's AroGIS Explorer Online, and ImageJ.  Apply these methods to other storms and predict their impact on human society. Grades 6-12


Speakers
avatar for Pete Arvedson

Pete Arvedson

Editor, More Lessons from the Sky, Satellite Educators Association
High school teacher, retired - Chemistry, Biology, Physical Science, and Satellite Communications; Science Department Chair; Lead Teacher of a high school Academy of Science & Engineering, emeritus member of the California Teacher Advisory Council, Founding member of Satellite Educators Association (SEA). Author and editor of More Lessons from the Sky, a monthly lesson plan offering using satellites and remote sensing satellite data and published... Read More →
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Paula Arvedson PhD

Associate Professor, CSU Los Angeles
I am passionate about teaching -- at all grade levels, working with learners of all ages.


Saturday October 26, 2013 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Palm Springs Convention Center, Smoketree C 277 N. Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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