Participate in a NASA or GLOBE webinar and you can get a contact hours certificate for two hours!
We know you’re busy. Sometimes you need a little extra incentive to make time for the important work of your own professional development. For this reason, the South Dakota Discovery Center is pleased to offer contact hour certificates for NASA and GLOBE webinars 45 minutes or longer.
How do you this?
Simple! It’s 1, 2, 3!
- View an approved webinar
- Write a short reflection.
- Submit the reflection to the Special Projects Director.
1. Watch the Webinar.
When you participate in a NASA or GLOBE webinar of at least 45 minutes, you can earn a contact hour certificate. No webinars scheduled that are relevant to you? Watch an archived one!
- NASA (Search grade band for online professional development)
- GLOBE (Search GLOBE Implementation Office You Tube Channel.)
Note: Your webinar MUST be 45 minutes or longer. If it does not meet this minimum length, you will be asked to supplement your work.
2. Write the Reflection
Once you have watched the webinar, we ask you to reflect on it. What do we mean by reflection? We use the Four R’s:
- Recall or review the content.
- Relate something in the webinar to your current understandings or practice.
- Remark on something interesting, new, or challenging presented in the webinar.
- Revise any previous conceptions or understanding because of something you learned in the webinar.
Please note: These reflections will be added to a curated public archive and may be shared with the webinar organizers. In order to make the reflections useful to others, please use the rubric.
Check to make sure your reflection includes the following:
- A short personal introduction with where and what you teach.
- The name of the webinar you watched and the date you watched it.
- A summary of the webinar content (the first R).
- At least two of the other R’s (relate, remark, revise)
- A document name using the Webinar Name and your Last Name.
You may be asked to expand or revise your reflection at the discretion of the Special Projects Director.
3. Submit Your Reflection
Submit your reflection to the Special Projects Director. You may also share via Google Docs but please be sure that the privacy settings allow the Special Projects Director to comment and anyone with the link to view.
Questions? Contact the Special Projects Director for more information.