Megan Kelly

Arrupe College

Loyola University Chicago

Workshop Participant, Webinar Participant, Website Contributor

Website Content Contributions

Essay (1)

"Math mini-modules" to support and focus quantitative class activities part of Project EDDIE:EDDIE Earth and Ecosystems:Events:EDDIE Workshops:Workshop: Teaching Quantitative Reasoning with Data:Essays
Megan Kelly, Arrupe College, Loyola University Chicago I frequently ask students to work with numbers during class in one way or another. I have often operated under the assumption that students are skilled with ...

Other Contributions (2)

Using the Project EDDIE Major Ions in Freshwater Systems module in Environmental Processes, Challenges, and Methods part of Project EDDIE:Teaching Materials:How the Community is Using EDDIE Materials:Instructor Stories
This module introduces students to a common and important source of freshwater pollution that invites debate about how to address the problem. By examining publicly available data, students can discover what types of environments are likely to suffer from road salt pollution, compare environmental concentrations of chloride to concentrations of legal and biological concern, and either defend the use of sodium chloride for road deicing or propose another solution, based on their understanding of the data.

Scientific Basis of Environmental Issues part of Project EDDIE:EDDIE Earth and Ecosystems:Events:EDDIE Workshops:Workshop: Teaching Quantitative Reasoning with Data:Course Syllabi
This core, introductory environmental science course is the first in a two-course sequence. This course examines energy flow and materials cycling in and among major Earth systems, with an emphasis on global ...