Teach the Teacher Status Page
Updated January 16, 2007
Email email@example.com whenever the status of your project changes and he will update this web page. Each training session should be between 5-15 minutes. Feel free to pair up with a friend. We would like to create 10 training sessions for the teachers and club members to visit during the meeting.
Invitation Flier for Teachers
Handout for Teachers
Please create a one-page handout to give to teachers regarding your experiment. Your handout should include the following:
a) title of experiment
b) Learning goal of experiment
c) equipment required
d) detailed, step-by-step methodology
e) expected results and why they should see such
f) any additional comments
g) diagram if they want
January 25, 2007
– Final report on status of your training session (e.g. completed, need help, etc.).
February 6, 2007
– Setup begins at 6 PM, Brief welcome and business meeting at 7 PM, training sessions at 715 PM.
- Dr. Jennifer Collins – Host
- Barry Goldsmith
- Daniel Noah
- Nancy Knight
- Haili Vinson
- Richard Goode
- Paul Toth
- Dave Anderson
- Jessica Lauther
- Tara Hodgman
- Thomas Walsh
- Andy Johnson
- Dick Fletcher
- Charlie Paxton
Dr. Jennifer Collins
Jennifer will host the event and will work on the logistics and last minute problems during setup.
Dave Anderson and Paul Toth – WeatherNet Demonstration
A live weather station will be setup to demonstrate how home weather station data can be transmitted to the internet via amateur radio. This session will help elevate awareness of weather data resources available at both the internet and over-the-air access.
Thomas Walsh – Hurricane Forecast Uncertainty Cone
Teachers will manually plot the latitude, longitude, strength, and the average forecast error for the 5-day Hurricane Charley forecast. Teachers will be able to download the Power Point slides and student worksheet from the AMS website.
– need a computer and projector
– need desks for teachers to work the exercise
Dick Fletcher – Condensation
Water vapor in the atmosphere can be condensed into visible water droplets by cooling the air and by lowering the pressure. Teachers will be do two simple experiments to show these processes.
Team USF – Pressure by Haili Vinson, Jessica Lauther, & Richard Goode
Teachers will view two experiments. We will demonstrate the ideas of
pressure, pressure gradient force, and temperature influences through the
“egg sucking” experiment, in which we will use pressure differences to
pull an egg into a bottle.
Team USF – Convection by Haili Vinson, Jessica Lauther, & Richard Goode
This experiment will allow teachers to watch the development of a thunderstorm as created by warm and cold water.
Nancy Knight – Create a Portable Cloud
Heat colored water in a jar, then decrease the pressure to form a cloud.
Daniel Noah – Hurricane Strike
– Each session will take 10 minutes
– Each teacher will receive an interactive CD-ROM
– I’ll bring the laptop and projector
– Need white wall and electricity