Earth and Space Science

Teaching with citizen science

Tue Feb 06, 2018 12:04 PM

Hello everyone,

My name is Lisa and I am a curriculum developer for CosmoQuest, a space science project that aims to get students of all ages involved in doing science. Some of our citizen science projects focus on mapping the Moon, the asteroid Vesta, Mars or Mercury.  Our latest, Image Detective, asks citizen scientists to label images taken by astronauts aboard the ISS.

We are hoping to find out more about how we can help teachers use citizen science learning materials.  Our goal is to find out how we can best provide support to help you implement citizen science. Please take a moment to complete this short anonymous survey (5-10 min). Any and all information or thoughts you have are so very helpful! Of course, once the data is gathered and analyzed, our findings will be available to you if you are interested!

Teaching with Citizen Science Survey

Thank you,

Lisa Felix-Strishock
Curriculum Developer, CosmoQuest
St Louis, MO
520-248-8356
l.strishock@gmail.com

This survey is based upon work supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)  under cooperative agreement award number NNX16AC68A.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of this project and do not necessarily reflect the views of NASA.  The information you provide is valuable in informing CosmoQuest staff on how the program can improve and to help CosmoQuest project staff meet federal reporting requirements.

Lisa Strishock
Lisa Felix
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