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Geology Map Observations part of NAGT:Teaching Resources:Teaching Materials Collection
Students construct the Earth's tectonic plates using geologic maps. The jigsaw method of collaborative group work is used. Skills such as careful observation, presentation, and synthesis are used to create a ...

Earth Systems Science part of Cutting Edge:Courses:Course Design:Goals Database
Earth is studied in terms of how different physical and chemical systems interact with each other.

Arctic Climate Curriculum, Activity 2: Do you really want to visit the Arctic? part of Cutting Edge:Topics:Climate Change:Activities
This jigsaw activity is designed for students to become familiar with several datasets of Arctic weather data, collected in Eureka on Ellesmere Island. Students join a role-playing activity to read and interpret ...

Advanced Moon Project part of Pedagogy in Action:Library:Guided Discovery Problems:Examples
The moon project is a semester-long research project about the moon; each student explores one of four assigned topics. Over 1-2 months, students make daily naked-eye observations of the moon and construct graphs ...

Climate Modeling part of Cutting Edge:Topics:Climate Change:Activities
This activity provides a simple conceptual demonstration of models, using several types of real proxy data (isotope, or climate parameters, biotic), to model several different scales of change. It also involves ...

Continental- and regional-scale vegetation change in North America over the last 20,000 years part of Cutting Edge:Topics:Climate Change:Ideas for Teaching About Paleoclimate
This activity was developed during the Teaching Climate Change from the Geological Record workshop, held in August 2010.Contributed by: Andrea Bair, Jessica Holm, Chris Hill, Ester Sztein Topic: Vegetation change ...

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