2009 LTER Education Committee Report

Between the 2006 and 2009 All Scientist Meetings, the Education Committee has continued to promote cross-site interactions and network-wide activities.

Spring 2006 Education Committee Report

Report of Activities of the LTER Executive Education Committee May 2006. Submitted by: M. Elser (CAP LTER), Education Committee co-chair.

Education Committee Report Fall 2004

The LTER Education Committee Report to the Fall 2004 Coordinating Committee meeting at Fairbanks, AK. Submitted by Robert Bohanan, Committee Chair, 18 August 2004.

Education Committee Report Spring 2004

Spring 2004 Education Committee Report to the LTER Coordinating Committee. Submitted by Robert Bohanan, Education Committtee Chair.

LTER Education Strategic Plan

Executive Summary – Beginning in 1998, the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network formally expanded its education efforts to include K-12 students and teachers mainly through the Schoolyard (SLTER) program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Each LTER site designed its own program in relation to the ecological research conducted at the site and the particular need and resources of its local school district and community.

Spring 2001 Education Committee Report

Schoolyard Education of the Long-Term Ecological Research Program (SLTER)- Report to the LTER Coordinating Committee – Spring 2001

Education Committee Report Fall 2000

At the 2000 All Scientists Meeting, a subgroup of the education committe representing interests directly related to the Schoolyard LTER program, met and subsequently submitted a request to hold a post-ASM2000 workshop. This workshop was held Dec 1 and 2 at the San Diego Supercomputer Center.