Theme: Online Education

The programming listed below seeks to address the topic of Online Education.


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eqlocate
Gillian B Haberli, EarthScope Consortium; Michael Hubenthal, EarthScope; Mladen Dordevic, IRIS Consortium
EarthScope has created a new, Free, earthquake analysis toolkit which adopts an inquiry-based approach. It empowers students to select either recent or historical earthquakes, browse and pick seismic stations, and ...

Earth's climate system
Rondi Davies, CUNY Queensborough Community College
An exploration of Earth's climate system was created for a physical geology laboratory class at an urban community college in New York City. At the outset, students engage with a phenomenon-based exploration ...

Measuring Ground Motion with GPS: How GPS Works
Beth Pratt-Sitaula, Earthscope Consortium; Shelley Olds, EarthScope Consortium
This activity helps students better understand how GPS measures ground motion. Students work with models of GPS stations and printouts of typical GPS velocity vectors found near different tectonic boundaries. ...

Horses and Their Ancestors - A Geologic Time Scale Card Sort of the Cenozoic Era
Elisabeth Ervin-Blankenheim, Front Range Community College
The concept of geologic time can be difficult for students to grasp because of the vast scale of the Earth's 4.56-billion-year biography. This hands-on, minds-on activity highlights events during the Cenozoic ...

What's in a name? Tackling the nuances of virtual field education
Eury Speir, University of Missouri-Columbia; Sarah Jacquet, University of Missouri-Columbia; Danielle Oprean, University of Missouri-Columbia
Incorporating virtual field education opportunities has enabled geoscience programs to offer fieldwork to students who may not otherwise be able to participate. Various terms have been ascribed to these virtual ...

Exploring Earth's Dynamic Systems
catherine etter, Cape Cod Community College
The Earth's Dynamic Systems Lab aims to illustrate the interconnectedness of Earth's systems by depicting global and local climate change variables, biogeochemical cycles, and natural versus ...

Student interpretation of evidence from online sources: Is climate change making floods more extreme?
sumaiya tabassum, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Jenny Dauer, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Decision making for complex issues like flooding requires critical evaluation of evidence and synthesis of scientific knowledge across disciplines, in particular determining whether flooding is increasing in terms ...

Expanding Pathways to Geoscience: Equity-Focused Virtual Field Experiences for Indigenous Student Success in Earth Sciences
Eric Chaides, Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus; Darryl Reano, Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus; Ryssa Keeto, Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus; Kush Tandon, Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus
Utilizing Infiniscope's browser-based platform, Tour It and a Theta 360 degree camera, we are creating virtual field experiences (VFEs) that integrate place-based learning tools and equity frameworks, such as ...

Integrating nature journals into an online pre-service elementary education science course
Christy Visaggi, Georgia State University
Teacher preparation in the elementary education program at Georgia State University, a large public minority-serving institution in downtown Atlanta, includes a series of "integrated science" courses ...

A Beginners Guide to Universal Design and Modifications in the Classroom: A Professional Development Activity for All
Lauren Neitzke Adamo, Rutgers University-New Brunswick; Jaime Sarcona, Rutgers University-New Brunswick; Daana Kamal, Rutgers University-New Brunswick; Christina Bifulco, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
The Classroom Inclusivity Series was created by the Office of Teaching Evaluation and Assessment Research and the University Equity and Inclusion Office with the goal of increasing the understanding and use of ...