Resources for TeachingFrom across the SERC sites
Materials found within this web module
- A summary of recent research on hurricanes and climate change
- Classroom activities submitted by workshop participants
- Recommended web sites, quick links to useful resources
- A larger collection of searchable websites
- Presentations from the Oct 2008 virtual workshop
- Discussions from the Oct 2008 virtual workshop
Activities from other SERC Sites
- Introduction to Texas Hurricanes by Oney Fitzpatrick, Jim Jordan, and Jim Westgate - Lamar University, Beaumont, TX
- Paleotempestology Lab by Kira Lawrence, Lafayette College
- When Will that Storm Arrive? by Nick Haddad, TERC
- Wind Surge: Interactive JAVA Applet by Robert A. Dalrymple, Center for Applied Coastal Research, University of Delaware
- A Role-Playing Exercise in Coastal Geology and Land Use by Jeffrey Niemitz, Dickinson College
- EarthLabs: Hurricanes by John McDaris (SERC) and LuAnn Dahlman (TERC) - Chapter on Hurricanes from a inquiry-based lab course.
- Science on the Connecticut Coast: Investigations of an Urbanized Coastline by Vincent Breslin and James Tait, Department of Science Education and Environmental Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut.
- Quantitative Natural Hazards by Arlo Weil, Bryn Mawr College.
Visualizations and Data
- Hurricane Visualization Collection
- Exploring the Ocean Surface with Data from the Global Drifter Program. DataSheet by Heather Rissler (SERC).
- Other hurricane resources - materials and resources have to do with Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath or hurricanes in general
- AGU Highlights and Press Releases: Hurricanes - This collection of hurricane-related AGU Press Releases and Highlights from 1996 to 10 April, 2006 can be used to facilitate the use of news in science teaching.
- Investigating Hurricane Katrina In Your Classroom - Using internet research to answer questions about various aspects of the storm and its impacts.