Bob Stern

The University of Texas at Dallas

Workshop Participant, Website Contributor

Website Content Contributions

Activities (3)

Overview: The Subduction Factory Mini-lessons part of MARGINS Data in the Classroom:Mini Lesson Collection 2014

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Plate Tectonics Basics 1 part of Geophysics:Workshop 07:Geophysics Activities
Students sketch cross section beneath mid-ocean ridge and subduction zone before and after viewing animation.

Central American Arc Volcanoes, Petrology, and Geochemistry part of MARGINS Data in the Classroom:Mini Lesson Collection 2014
This module teaches basic concepts in igneous petrology through relating hand specimen identification of lavas to major element geochemistry, using the Central American volcanic arc as an example.

Course (1)

Geology, Research, and Environment of Latin America part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This course aims to introduce all undergraduate students to the geology, resources, and environment of Latin America. It is designed for a normal 3 hour, semester-long slot and consists of 23 ~50 minute long videos ...

Conference Presentation (1)

The Google-Earth GeoEd Video Library (GEGVL): a new, fun, and easy way to find good, place-based Geoscientific Videos for Teaching and Self-Education part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2021:Program:Poster Sessions:Friday:Poster Session II
To enhance expert-made and effective geoscience educational (GeoEd) videos more accessible for teachers and students, we built a place-based, geoscientist-reviewed GeoEd video library based on the widely-used ...

Other Contribution (1)

Teaching MARGINS Mini Lessons in Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology part of MARGINS Data in the Classroom:Instructor Stories
Minilesson used to reinforce student learning about convergent margin igneous activity and how both visual examination of volcanic rocks and using major element analyses are useful for characterizing these rocks and understanding the processes that formed them.