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DataStreme: Weather Education from the AMS to the Classroom

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The American Meteorological Society's DataStreme Project is a Society effort to educate K–12 teachers in meteorology. The course utilizes a combination of printed material, Web-based information, and real-time meteorological data in a distance learning format. Learning is facilitated by a Local Implementation Team (LIT). The following paper discusses the program from the perspective of the eastern Iowa LIT.

*West Branch Middle School, West Branch, Iowa.

+NOAA/National Weather Service, Davenport, Iowa.

#KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Corresponding author address: Mr. Raymond A. Wolf, National Weather Service, 9050 Harrison St., Davenport, IA 52806-7326. E-mail: ray.wolf@noaa.gov

The American Meteorological Society's DataStreme Project is a Society effort to educate K–12 teachers in meteorology. The course utilizes a combination of printed material, Web-based information, and real-time meteorological data in a distance learning format. Learning is facilitated by a Local Implementation Team (LIT). The following paper discusses the program from the perspective of the eastern Iowa LIT.

*West Branch Middle School, West Branch, Iowa.

+NOAA/National Weather Service, Davenport, Iowa.

#KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Corresponding author address: Mr. Raymond A. Wolf, National Weather Service, 9050 Harrison St., Davenport, IA 52806-7326. E-mail: ray.wolf@noaa.gov
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