Mary Anne Holmes

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Materials Contributed through SERC-hosted Projects

Activity

Writing A Book Synopsis for Oceanography part of Cutting Edge:Oceanography:Activities
Students read popular science books and write a synopsis of the book, linking the topic(s) covered in the book with those covered in class. This activity is designed for a large geoscience lecture course to aid students in improving their understanding of the topics we cover. In addition, students tend to get lost in large science courses; they may arrive with misconceptions about science and their ability to perform well in a science course. This assignment allows students to do some extra work and improve their grades. It presents science as an intriguing story while emphasizing topics covered in class. The intended outcome is to deepen student understanding of specific topics and to lower students' anxiety about their ability to "do science".

Course

Oceanography part of Cutting Edge:Oceanography:Courses
This course is intended to provide students with a beginning towards understanding the oceans, how they affect you, and how you affect them. After taking this course, you will be prepared to learn more, throughout your life, and to enjoy this unique water planet through a better understanding of it. The course is 15 weeks; 3 lecture sessions of 50 minutes each per week.

Essay

Mary Anne Holmes part of Cutting Edge:Metacognition:Workshop 08:Participant Essays
Brain Development and Long-Term Memory Mary Anne Holmes, University of Nebraska - Lincoln The aspect of learning that most interests me is long-term declarative memory formation. Three aspects of brain development ...


Events and Communities

Teaching with Visualizations - AGU Participants

The Role of Metacognition in Teaching Geoscience Participants

2011 AGU Heads and Chairs Workshop Participants: Presenter

Cutting Edge 2013 Assessment Journal Club

2013 AGU Heads and Chairs Workshop Participants

Oceanography Workshop 2013