CLASS expands to Climate Learning and Student Safety – a STEM program for K-12 Schools. This program brings technology from Earth Networks and Davis Instruments to the schools.
Once the weather station is installed and it starts sending weather readings to EN cloud, the school will be provided with a link for their own Online Weather Centre (OWC) as below. Once the weather station is installed and it starts sending weather readings to EN cloud, the school will be provided with a link for their own Online Weather Centre (OWC) as below.
An automatic weather station from Davis Instruments installed in the school captures all relevant hyperlocal weather parameters from the school location which is used for data exchange with GLOBE and for effective weather forecast for the school.
Sferic Maps provides an interactive weather visualization platform for students. Sferic Maps also acts as a severe weather alerting platform for schools to help them manage outdoor events taking into consideration upcoming severe weather conditions, including lightning & dangerous thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, heat index, wind chill and humidity, among others.
EN is a partner of GLOBE, which is a NASA initiative. CLASS program combines the research and learning platform from GLOBE with technology and makes GLOBE a great learning experience for students. GLOBE also provides Teacher Training and certification.GLOBE offers great opportunities to schools to collaborate with over 25,000 schools across the world. It offers great opportunities to students to participate in International competitions, fairs and events. Click on CLASS to download the brochure.