Faculty Accounts of Teaching Geoscientific Thinking
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Should we teach how to cope with uncertainty and incomplete data?
Scott Linneman, Western Washington University
Should we teach how to cope with uncertainty and incomplete data? Scott Linneman, Geology, Western Washington University For many years I have introduced plate tectonic concepts to students using the Discovering ...
Research on Learning in the Geosciences: Contexts, Goals and Opportunities
Dave Mogk, Montana State University-Bozeman
David Mogk, Earth Sciences, Montana State University - BozemanOriginally prepared for a workshop on Bringing Research on Learning to the Geosciences, sponsored by NSF and the Johnson Foundation, Racine WI, July ...
Geospatial and geosocial education
Declan De Paor, Old Dominion University
Geospatial and geosocial education Declan G. De Paor, Department of Physics, Old Dominion University, email@example.com The following were my undergraduate courses at University College Dublin, Ireland: 1969-70, 1st ...
Geoscience by example
Ntungwa Maasha, College of Coastal Georgia
Geoscience by exampleNtungwa Maasha, Natural Science, College of Coastal Georgia In June 2011 I was invited to the geology department of the Faulkner School of Engineering in the College of Science, University of ...
Using models in geoscience
Bob Mackay, Clark College
Using models in geoscience Bob Mackay, Physics & Meteorology, Clark College and Washington State University My geoscience career started over 30 years ago in solid earth geophysics, has touched on physical ...