Resources for Teaching with an Earth History Approach
- Charles Darwin, Origin of Species, 1859
The following annotated links lists deal with Earth history in general:
- General Web Resources: museum/information pages, free publications, free Earth history graphics, data resources, and links lists
- Print Resources:
- Activities: Earth history projects that can be done in class or a lab or out in the field from other Starting Point modules.
- Earth History Courses: course pages with syllabi from different kinds of courses using Earth history approaches
Resources for specific topicsThe following pages have their own resource collections, all of them web sites unless specified otherwise:
- Evolution: links for astrobiology, biodiversity, extinctions, taxonomy, the genetic basis of human races
- Plate tectonics: links for plate tectonics in general
- Climate change: links for climate change with an Earth history approach
- Geologic Timeline: link for geologic time and the geologic timescale
- History of Science: links to history of geology in general
- Age of the Dinosaurs: links to debate topic references on the hot-blooded vs. cold-blooded dinosaur argument and the K/T extinction.
- Precambrian Resources: links to web resources about the formation of the Earth, the first continents, the origin of life, the Oxygen Revolution, Snowball Earth, and the Ediacaran fauna/Cambrian Explosion.
- The Addressing Creationism submodule contains a lot of resources, particularly the pages of: