Example Activities and Courses
Special Interest: Process of Science
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How Much Water Do I Use?
This activity provides an opportunity for the student to collect data on their individual water use to set the stage for a unit on water resources.
Non-traditional and under-represented students in hydrogeology: Learning by discovery in an urban environment
An example of student-driven, instructor-guided field experiments on a budget. Schools that cater to under-represented students are often those with limited resources, however, student-driven discovery in the field ...
Drinking Water Quality: An Interdisciplinary Research Experience of Introductory Geology and Chemistry Classes
Robert Shuster, University of Nebraska at Omaha Summary At the University of Nebraska at Omaha, we have involved students in introductory Geology and Chemistry classes in an interdisciplinary study of drinking ...
Watersheds and Rivers
This course uses simple yet authentic methods to describe properties of a local river system in order to better understand how all rivers function. The process of science is explicitly discussed and examined ...