What is the GLOBE Program?
GLOBE is a network of K-12 students, teachers, and scientists from around the
world working together to help us learn more about our environment.
How can you participate?
By participating in GLOBE, teachers guide their students through daily, weekly,
and seasonal environmental observations, such as air temperature and
precipitation. Using the Internet, students send their data to the GLOBE
Student Data Archive. Scientists and other students use this data for their
research. This is an excellent opportunity for teachers to integrate computers
and the World Wide Web into classroom activities.
What to do next?
- Take a Tour of GLOBE.
- Find out about
GLOBE schools in your community.
- If you are in the U.S.A., register for a GLOBE Teacher Training Workshop. If you are outside the U.S.A., contact
your GLOBE Country Coordinator.
- Talk to parents and local citizens about sponsoring your school to
- Sign up to receive GLOBE Bulletins
by electronic mail.
- Print out and share information on GLOBE with your family, friends, and neighbors.