Joann Hochstein

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Physical Science
College of Central Florida

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Activities (2)

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.

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.


Darwin & Dinosaurs part of Cutting Edge:Paleontology:Courses
non-major general science


Spatially Challenged Introductory Geoscience Students 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/ ...

Other Contribution

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.

Events and Communities

Teaching Paleontology Workshop 2009 Participants

Teaching About Time Workshop 2012