Introductory Courses with 150 or More Students
These introductory-level courses are taught to classes of 150 students or more, and can help provide ideas for teaching large classes. For more information see the index to teaching large classes.
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GEO 303 Introduction to Geology part of Virtual Workshop 2014:Course Descriptions
GEO 303 is a comprehensive survey of geological science that includes physical and historical geology in one semester. Emeritus UT geology professor, Leon E. Long, designed GEO 303 and has taught the course in our ...
The Math You Need in Geology 1401- Earthquakes and Natural Disastersat Baylor University part of Math You Need:Implementations
This page is designed to provide a guide to a planned implementation of The Math You Need, When You Need It. It will change as the implementation proceeds at this institution. Please check back regularly for ...
Introduction to the Geosciences part of Course Design:Goals Database
This course focuses on physical geology. The course focuses on 5 Big Ideas including Plate Tectonics, The Rock Cycle, Geologic Time, Geoscience Research and Scientific Thinking. There are also four skills that are ...
Intro Astronomy – the Solar System part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Course
An introduction to the Solar System with an emphasis on the scientific method of inquiry. I incorporate more Earth Science than normal in an astronomy course.
Natural Hazards & Environment (ISP-203 B - 002) part of Geodesy:Courses
This is a geology majors/non-majors course that addresses the science and public policy issues related to tectonic and atmospheric hazards.
Physical Geology at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh part of Math You Need:Implementations
Implementor(s): Jennifer Wenner, Christie Demosthenous, Kate Kramer Enrollment: 140-180 Challenges to using math in geoscience University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is a four-year comprehensive university located in NE ...
GEOL 1001 Physical Geology part of Courses
Physical Geology examines the physical and chemical processes that operate within Earth's dynamic systems, including the tectonic system responsible for earthquakes, volcanoes, and mountain-building, as well ...
Introduction to Geology 1 part of Courses
This is an introductory geology for majors and nonmajors. Students study the Earth, its materials, its characteristics, its dynamic processes, and how it relates to people. A separate lab (GEOL 1030) is optional. ...
Physical Geology part of Courses
This course provides a comprehensive overview of physical geology for non-majors as well as potential majors. About 1% of students who take this course will become majors in earth science.
General Geology part of Courses
What are minerals? How do rocks form? Can rocks bend? How do we know the age of rocks? This course will explore these questions through a study of the fundamentals of earth processes and materials.