University of Alabama at Birmingham
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Rolling Rocks (Not the Beer!) - How Nature Shapes Stone part of Teach the Earth:Teaching Activities
The transformation of massive rock to sediment (i.e., gravel) is a process of nature not confined to Earth. A qualitative introduction to the forces of weathering and erosion that control the development of ...
Conference Presentations (5)
Insights Into Pandemic Use of Online Teaching and Learning Mineral Identification Website and Value for Post-Pandemic Planning part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2021:Program:Oral Sessions:Oral Session I
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 abruptly transported many teaching and learning environments from a traditional on-campus setting to virtual meetings online. The shift away from a campus classroom ...
Other Contributions (3)
Research on Cognitive Domain in Geoscience Learning: Temporal and Spatial Reasoning part of NAGT:Our Work:Geoscience Education Research:Community Framework for GER:Cognitive - Spatial and Temporal Reasoning
Download a pdf of this chapterKatherine Ryker, University of South Carolina and Allison J. Jaeger, Temple University. With contributions from: Scott Brande, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Mariana Guereque, ...
Future GER (Research) Should be Directed by Results of Meta-Analysis of Fragmented Literature on Active Learning Interventions part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2016:Program:Morning Workshops:GER:Idea Papers
Scott Brande, University of Alabama at Birmingham I think the most important (and recent) paper published in the field of STEM learning is that by Freeman et al (2014) Active learning increases student performance ...
Scott Brande -- Making a Video part of Videos:Videos Workshop 2014:Contributed Videos
This is short how-to video meant to help others start making videos of their own.
Southeastern Section, Geo2YC: The Two-Year College Division, Geoscience Education Research Division, Teacher Education Division