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GSA 2014

See our slate of activities here. Check back for presentation postings soon!


NAAEE 2014

Duggan-Haas, D., Ross, R.M., Zabel, I. (2014) “Drawing Learners Outside with Technology: Making and Using Virtual Fieldwork”. North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario. (Poster, 6 MB pdf)


NSTA 2014


AGU 2013

Duggan-Haas, D. (2013) “Connecting NGSS to Other Literacy Initiatives: An Update of the Rainbow Chart of Earth Science Bigger Ideas” (Invited). American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.


Duggan-Haas, D., Ross, R. M., Wall, A., & Kissel, R. A.,  (2013) “Creating Virtual Fieldwork Experiences of Geoheritage Sites as Educator Professional Development” (Invited). American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.


STANYS 2013

Socci, A., & Duggan-Haas, D. (2013). “Bridging Gaps in Ecology Education: A Virtual Fieldwork Experience for forestsof Central New York.” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, NY.


Duggan-Haas, D., Socci, A., & Ross, R. M. (2013).  “Make a Virtual Fieldwork Environment from Your Own Pictures!.” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, NY.


Duggan-Haas, D., Kurtz, K., Thompson, K. , Renyck, H., Collins, J. (2013) “Bringing Ocean Research to Your Classroom: Plate Tectonics, Microbiology, Geologyand so Much More.” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, NY.


GSA 2013

Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R. A., Abbott, L., Wall, A., & Ross, R. M. (2013).  “The Potential to Develop & Share Deep Understandings of Place Through Virtual Fieldwork & Broadcasting From the Field” (Invited). Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.


Duggan-Haas, D. (2013). “Lessons Learned From Five Years of Virtual Fieldwork-Centered Educator Professional Development” (Invited). Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

  1. Session Prezi


Zolynsky, D.* (2013).  “Place Based Learning: Outside Vs. Inside.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.


Cody, S.* (2013).  “Virtual Field Experiences: Bringing the Abstract Into the Concrete.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.


NSTA 2013

Kissel, R. A. & Duggan-Haas, D. (2013).   “ASTC Session: Creating Virtual Fieldwork Experiences (VFEs): Place-based, Technology-rich Professional Development for Formal & Informal Educators.” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Duggan-Haas, D., Ross, R. M., & Kissel, R. A. (2013).  “Make Your Own Virtual Fieldwork Experience (VFE)!” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

The 5th Annual Southern New Mexico STEM Conference.

Alvarado-Alcantar, R.,* & Duggan-Haas, D. (2013).   “Why Does This Place Look the Way it Does?” The 5th Annual Southern NM STEM Conference. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University.


NAGT’s In the Trenches (2013):

Kissel, R. A., Duggan-Haas, D., & Ross, R. M. (2013). The ReaL Earth Inquiry Project: Introducing Inquiry-Driven Field Exploration to Students Across the Nation.  In the Trenches, 3 (1), 6.


Buffalo News 2012

Rising, G. (November 4, 2012) Nature Watch: High-tech teaching promotes study of geology, The Buffalo News.


Geological Society of America Penrose Special Volume

Granshaw, F., & Duggan-Haas, D. (2012).  “Virtual Fieldwork in geoscience teacher education: Issues, techniques, and models.”  In Google Earth and Virtual Visualizations in Geoscience Education and Research, D. DePaor & S. Whitmeyer (eds).  Geological Society of America.  Boulder, CO.  285.
ISBN: 978-0-8137-2492-8.


GSA 2012

Kissel, R., Duggan-Haas, D., & Ross, R. (2011) “From the Field to the Classroom: Introducing inquiry-driven field exploration to students across the nation” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 

  1. Session Presentation PowerPoint


NAAEE 2012

Buckler, C., Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., & Ross, R.  ( (2012) “Teacher-Friendly Guides Designed To Complement Established Earth Science And Biology Curricula” North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC.


NSF DRK-12 Principal Investigators’ Meeting

Zalles, D.; Short, J.; Duggan-Haas, D.; Bodzin, A.; Krumhansl, R.; Wyner, Y.; Berkowitz, A.; & Blank, L. (2012) “Using Scientific Data Sets to Teach STEM Topics, Support Student Learning, and Develop an Understanding about the Nature of Science” Discovery Research K-12 Principal Investigators’ Meeting, Arlington, VA.


NSTA 2012

Sirch, J., Heiser, M., Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., Berry, L.*, Evans, J.*, & Zolynsky, D.* (2012) “Virtual Earth Science Investigations: Inquiry-based Field Geology in the Classroom” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.


Simmons, B. & Duggan-Haas, D. “What Every Citizen Should Know: Environmental Literacy” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.


NAGT’s In the Trenches (2011):

Duggan-Haas, D. & Granshaw, F. (2011) “Constructing Virtual Field Environments” In the Trenches 1:3  http://nagt.org/nagt/publications/trenches/issues/jul11.html


STANYS 2011

Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., & Ross, R.  (2011) “Using the Virtual Fieldwork Experience Database to Compare Your Local Environment to Other Places”  Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. Session Presentation Prezi


Work, A., Duggan-Haas, D., & Hovan, S. (2011) “Bringing Real Ocean Research to Your Classroom: Plate Tectonics, Microbiology, Geology and So Much More”  Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. Session Presentation Prezi


NAAEE 2011

Duggan-Haas, D., Buckler, C., Kissel, R., & Ross, R.  ( (2012) “Making Virtual Environments While Studying Real Ones” North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC.


GSA 2011

Pre-Conference Short Course: Virtual Field Experiences in Geoscience Education

  1. Short Course Webpage Includes links to all short course materials.


Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2011) “Using the Development of Virtual Field Environments to Study Actual Environments” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. 

  1. Session Presentation Prezi


Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2011) “Pebbles to Pixels: Virtual Field Experiences and the Professional Development That Builds Them.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. 


Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2011) “Building a Virtual Fieldwork Database” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. 

  1. Electronic Poster Prezi

  2. Poster (pdf)



GSA Northeastern/North Central Joint Regional Meeting 2011

Duggan-Haas, D., Auer Perry, S., Besemer Whitaker, C., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2011) “Virtual Fieldwork is Professional Development.” Geological Society of America Northeastern/North Central Joint Regional Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Duggan-Haas, D. (2011) “Bigger Earth System Science Ideas and the Next Generation of Science Standards.” Geological Society of America Northeastern/North Central Joint Regional Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


NSTA 2011

Duggan-Haas, D., Auer Perry, S., Besemer Whitaker, C., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2011) “Creating Virtual Fieldwork Experiences as Professional Development.” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.

  1. Session Packet

  2. Session PowerPoint

  3. VFE Generic Questions student handout

  4. VFE Template

The above linked materials were also shared at the NESTA Share-a-thon!


Museum of the Earth’s Natural History at Noon (January, 15, 2011)

Duggan-Haas, D. The JOIDES Resolution: Ocean Research and the Telling of Earth’s Stories, Museum of the Earth’s Natural History at Noon, Ithaca, NY.

  1. Prezi

  2. Google Earth file The Prezi linked above is also embedded in the “Back to the Prezi” placemark (but slower computers will struggle with this).


Google Earth: Visualizing the Possibilities for Geoscience Education and Research  2011 (GSA Penrose Conference)

Duggan-Haas, D.  Virtual Fieldwork Development and the Development of Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge

  1. Prezi

  2. Google Earth file The Prezi linked above is also embedded in the “Penrose Prezi” placemark.


NSF DR K-12 PI Meeting 2010

Ross, R., Duggan-Haas, D. Kissel, R.;  (2010) “Enhanced Earth System Teaching Through Regional and Local (ReaL) Earth Inquiry.”  National Science Foundation DR K-12 Principal Investigators’ Meeting, Washington, DC.

  1. Poster pdf (2.8 MB, 32” x 40”) or view the poster as a Prezi.


STANYS 2010

Duggan-Haas, D.; Miller, S. R.;* Henderson, J.* (2010) “What if we only taught five things? Focusing Earth Science Instruction on Bigger Ideas.”  Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. This session was essentially a repeat of the 2009 session with the same name (below).  The 2009 conference evaluations rated that session as one of the best of the conference, and we were asked to present the topic again.


Duggan-Haas, D. (2010) “Earth & Space Science Core Ideas for the New National Research Council Science Education Standards Framework.” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. Session Presentation Prezi


Duggan-Haas, D., Auer Perry, S., Besemer Whitaker, C., Kissel, R., & Ross, R. (2010) “A Template for Virtual Fieldwork Creation” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. Session Webpage


GSA 2010

Kissel, R., Besemer Whitaker, C., Duggan-Haas, D., Auer Perry, S., & Ross, R. (2010) “Bringing the Outside In: An effective model for professional development within the Earth System sciences” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. 

  1. Session Presentation pdf


NAAEE 2010

Duggan-Haas, D. (2010) “Synthesizing Earth System Science Essential Principles: What Every Citizen Needs to Know” North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting, Buffalo, NY.

  1. Session Presentation Prezi  (also embedded on the Big Ideas Page of this site)

  2. Associated Poster pdf (9.2 MB, 32” x 40”).


Buckler, C. & Duggan-Haas, D.  (2010) “The Role of Virtual Fieldwork in Place Based Education” North American Association for Environmental Education Annual Meeting, Buffalo, NY.


Earth Systems Science Education Alliance 2010



The American Paleontologist

Ross, R. & Duggan-Haas, D. (2010) Big Ideas in Earth System Science. American Paleontologist, 18, 24 - 28.

  1. Article pdf.


WNY STANYS MINI-CONFERENCE 2010

Duggan-Haas, D. (2010) “Profound Ideas About the Earth System” National Science Teachers’ Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 

This was also presented at the Western New York STANYS Mini-Conference.

  1. Session Slides pdf 

  2. Session Slides Apple Keynote File 

  3. NSTA Session Handouts:

  4. Session Overview with Big Ideas

  5. Henderson Lab Summary Questions & Rubric

  6. Miller Course Outline with Essential & Unit Questions

  7. “Rainbow Chart” of Bigger Ideas

  8. Ross, R. & Duggan-Haas, D. (2010) Big Ideas in Earth System Science. American Paleontologist, 18, 24 - 28.  (Same as above)


NSTA Press

Duggan-Haas, D. (2010). "Assessing Assessment to Inform Science Leadership," in Science Education Leadership for the 21st Century.  J. Rhoton, editor.  Arlington, VA, NSTA Press.


STANYS 2009

Auer, S.;  & Duggan-Haas, D. (2009) “Bringing Fieldwork to the Classroom,” Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York. 

  1. Session slides

  2. VFE Generic Questions handout.  


Duggan-Haas, D.; Miller, S. R.;* Henderson, J.* (2009) What if we only taught five things? Focusing Earth Science Instruction on Bigger Ideas.”  Science Teachers’ Association of New York State Annual Meeting, Rochester, New York.

  1. Session Slides

Handouts:

  1. Big Ideas Worksheet

  2. Henderson Lab Summary Questions & Rubric

  3. Miller Course Outline with Essential & Unit Questions

  4. “Rainbow Chart” of Bigger Ideas


GSA 2009

Duggan-Haas, D. & Clark, S.  (2009) Forest for the Trees: Earth System Science Literacy Initiatives and the Need for a Smaller Integrated Set of Principles. Invited Presentation, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.

  1. Abstract

  2. Session Slides html or pdf

  3. “Rainbow Chart” of Bigger Ideas


Auer, S.; Besemer, C., Duggan-Haas, D., Kissel, R. A., And Ross, R. M. “Virtual Fieldwork Experiences: Bringing Inquiry-Based Exploration Of Earth Systems Into The Classroom;” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.

  1. Abstract


Duggan-Haas, D.; Kissel, R.; Besemer, C.; Auer, S.; Buckler, C.; Ross, R. (2009) Virtual Fieldwork and Teacher Professional Development, presented at Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.

  1. Abstract

  2. Poster


APC 2009

Smrecak, T.A.; Kissel, R.A., Ross, R.M.; Crawford, B.A. (2009) Paleontological Teaching Initiatives at the Paleontological Research Institution. Ninth North American Paleontological Convention, June 21-26, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio.


ESSEA 2009

Duggan-Haas, D.; Buckler, C. (2009) Virtual Fieldwork Experiences: Real Inquiry in Virtual Environments.  Earth System Science Education Alliance annual meeting, June 16-18, 2009 in Oracle, Arizona

  1. Electronic Poster


Scientific Applications of Google Earth 2008

Duggan-Haas, D.; Ross, R.; and Kissel, R. (2008) Creating Virtual Fieldwork Experiences for both Curriculum and Professional Development, poster presented at Scientific Applications of Google Earth Conference, October 22 & 23, 2008 in Ann Arbor, MI.


ESSEA 2008

Kissel, R.; Duggan-Haas, D.; Ross, R. (2008) 'Introducing local and regional Earth system science into the classroom to drive inquiry and an understanding of the nature of science.' Earth System Science Education Alliance (ESSEA) Conference, June 16-19, 2008 in Charleston, South Carolina.


GSA 2008

Kissel, R.; Ross, R.; Duggan-Haas, D. (2008) Introducing Inquiry-Based Approaches to Earth Science Education through the Use of 'Teacher-Friendly Guides' to Regional and Local Systems. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, Abstract No: 148959


We also organized a working group titled 'Fieldwork as a Method of Instruction' at the fall DR K12 conference (November 12-14, 2008) in Washington, DC. This panel was oriented around an exchange of perspectives and ideas rather than presentation of findings.



* Teacher Presenters

 

ReaL Presentations & Publications

In reverse chronological order. Several presentation and publication listings are linked to related resources. Links are in grey text.