College of Central Florida
What Can We Learn From Fossils part of Cutting Edge:Paleontology:Activities
To learn how paleontologist use fossils and rocks to learn about extinct organisms and paleoenvironments. Students use photographs to infer information about a living and an extinct organism. This allows students to experience a simplified process of how paleontologist make intpretations about extinct organism.
Create a Cladogram part of Cutting Edge:Paleontology:Activities
Create a cladogram using nails,screws, and bolts. Teaches students not familar with paleontology about cladistics using items most students have seen before.
Darwin & Dinosaurs part of Cutting Edge:Paleontology:Courses
non-major general science
Joann Hochstein part of Workshop 2012:Essays
Joann Hochstein, Physical Science Department, College of Central Florida Introductory geoscience courses teach students about complex earth processes, which generally require spatial skills to combine 1-, 2- and/ ...
Concept Sketch Based Assessment part of Cutting Edge:Rates and Time:Assessments
This is Exam 2 for my Physical Geology course. It covers chapters that pertain to geologic time, the Earth's interior, earthquakes, and deformation of rocks.