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School of Rock
The School of Rock (SOR) Expedition for Earth and Ocean Science Educators is the adventure of a lifetime for educators interested in experiencing scientific ocean drilling research with the experts! During this multi-day workshop onboard the JOIDES Resolution or in the IODP Gulf Coast Core Repository, educators from across the country and the world work with real core material and lab technology to learn how the science reveals clues about Earth’s history.
Watch this space for upcoming School of Rock opportunities.
Our 2014 School of Rock
Dive Deep School of Rock 2014 - for teachers impelmenting NGSS - August 10-16, 2014 at University of Delaware, Lewes.
Learn more about the School of Rock
School of Rock Expeditions goals!
The School of Rock Preliminary Report: learn about the impact that the School of Rock has on participants
Read the Scientific Report produced by the 2012 participants who detail what they did and what they learned.
From Science to the Classroom: a video produced by 2010 Rocker Patrice Ceisel that shows School of Rock participants in action
Watch a School of Rock teacher bring her experience back to the classroom.
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Explore our previous SOR Adventures
June 8 - 14; Indiana University of PA
May 20 - 30; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
April 1 – 9; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
May 23- June 2; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
June 4 – June 7; Gulf Coast Repository at Texas A&M
September 9 – 19; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
June 23 – July 5; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
July 6-14; Gulf Coast Repository at Texas A&M
July 23-28; Gulf Coast Repository at Texas A&M
October 31 – November 11; Aboard the JOIDES Resolution
“You did such a great job with the schedule for School of Rock. The flexibility we had was great, too. The whole experience was so positive and an incredible opportunity. I’m already planning to collaborate with our 4th grade teachers for their unit on plate tectonics and fossils.” ~Eileen Poling, West Virginia – Science teacher to Gifted students, grades K-6 – School of Rock 2007
“This week was great! Thanks for everything you did this week to make me a better teacher. I feel that I learned a lot. What a great group! What a great experience!” ~Tina King, Tennessee – Fifth grade science teacher – School of Rock 2007