Review GroupsWhen reviewing each others' courses and activities, you might keep the following questions in mind:
- Do the course components and activities fully address the stated goals?
- Does the course/activity have a mechanism for engaging students and motivating their learning?
- Does the course/activity allow students to build from what they know, practice using new skills and concepts, and reflect on the progress they are making?
- Are there opportunities for timely feedback and improvement?
- Does the assessment meaningfully address the goals?
Group 1Leah Joseph - To Teach is to Learn: Final Project in Environmental or Intro Geology
Mathieu Richaud - Natural Disasters and Earth Resources
Scott Johnston - Tapestry of Time: the Evolution of the North American Continent
Group 2James Trexler - Hot spot Volcanism in Western North America
Mark Abolins - Volcanoes Around the Globe
Louis Bartek - Classification of Igneous Rocks and Geology 101 - Introductory Geology
Naomi Marks - no submission yet
Group 3Gary Byerly - GEOL 1001 - Physical Geology (not live)
Amy Stinson - Analyzing Real-Time and Historical Wave and Sea Surface Data
Libby Prueher - Introductory Geology
Pier Bartow - Demonstrating P and S Waves with a Slinky
Group 4Declan De Paor - Emergent Models in Google Earth
Mike Brudzinski - GLG 111 - The Dynamic Earth
Amber Harris - The Ocean Planet
Group 5Alexandra Davatzes - Evolutions and Extinctions
Robert Filson - Volcanic Histories
Qusheng Jin - The Evolving Earth
Group 6Patricia Cashman - Cause of the Mogul Nevada Earthquake Swarm Spring 2008
Juan Lorenzo - Physical Geology
Tania Anders - Geology of National Parks