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Wheel of... Geology!
Rebecca Teed, Wright State University-Main Campus
This quiz game is intended to help students review for an upcoming exam. Topics of questions are randomly determined by spinning a wheel. Teams answer questions using electronic CPS handhelds. -
Subject: Geoscience:Hydrology, Lunar and Planetary Science, Oceanography, Geology, Atmospheric Science, Atmospheric Science:Climatology , Geoscience, Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Biogeochemical cycling, Education:Assessment:Exam, Biology
Interpreting the History, Geology, and Ecology of Monterey Bay
Course instructor: Dr. Steve Moore, California State University, Monterey Bay Example compiled by Suzanne Savanick, Science Education Resource Center.
This is a 2-unit Service Learning option associated with the "Special Topics: The History, Geology, and Ecology of Monterey Bay" course. Students will learn about Monterey Bay in the special topics course and will share their knowledge with K-12 grade children at local schools by participating in the Virtual Canyon Project.
Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Geophysics, Biology:Ecology:Habitats:Marine, Geoscience:Oceanography:Biological, Education, Geoscience:Oceanography:Marine Geology and Geophysics
Question of the Day: The Structure of the Earth
On the cross-section diagram below, label: Crust. Mantle. Lithosphere. Asthenosphere. The depth to the boundaries between each of the above specified layers. The direction of lithospheric motion. Where you would ...
Question of the Day: Efficiency of Food Production
The figure below shows a simple food chain for land production. How much solar energy does a vegetarian utilize when eating 1,000 calories of plant material? Use the information from the figure to calculate this. ...
Subject: Biology:Ecology:Principles, Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Ecology, Education
Question of the Day: Making a Scientific Argument
A scientific argument must persuade the reader that the data you present, and your arguments are strong enough, to support your theory, model, or proposed action. The effective writer will make it easy for the ...