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Webinar about teaching this module: Teaching About Volcanoes with Monitoring Data and Communicating Risk
Kaatje Kraft: Natural Disasters at Whatcom Community College in Washington State
Kaatje at sea
. Kaatje taught this module in an introductory course for non-majors with no pre-requisites at a Community College with 24 students. The course is a natural disasters class that examines how humans are impacted by natural disasters and how we can minimize or exacerbate that risk based on the choices we make. This is a 3-hour integrated lecture and lab that is highly student-centered through inquiry investigations.
Daniel Laó Dávila: Exploring Earth: Introduction To Geology at Oklahoma State University
Photo of Daniel Lao-Davila
. Daniel used the module in a large introductory geology course for non-majors that used a combination of Integrate and GETSI modules and lecture-based classes. This was the first time that the class was taught with so many interactive activities, as the course was taught with a traditional lecture style in previous years.
Rachel Teasdale: Volcanology at California State University-Chico
Teasdale, Poás Volcano, Costa Rica
. Rachel used the module in a small upper division elective course for students who are majoring (or earning a minor) in geology. Students are typically juniors or seniors (with instructor-approved exceptions).