Dr. Edith Davis

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

Workshop Participant, Webinar Participant, Website Contributor

Website Content Contributions

Essay (1)

How We REALLY LEARN GEOSCIENCE The Micro-Spiral Method (MSM) part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Putting Sustainability into Action workshop:Essays
Dr. Edith Davis, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Teaching and learning are the crux of every nation on earth. The issue is how can we teach science and particular Geo-sciences to the future ...

Conference Presentation (1)

How We Really Learn The Micro-Spiral Method (MSM) part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2017:Program:Poster Sessions:Friday
Teaching and learning are the crux of every nation on Earth. The issue is how can we teach science, technology, engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) to the future scientists, technologists, engineers, ...

Other Contributions (2)

Dr. Edith Davis: Using InTeGrate materials in GLY 2001 – Earth & Space Science 001, 002, and 003 at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University part of Integrate:Teaching for Sustainability:How the Community is Using InTeGrate Materials:Instructor Stories
Creating a Thirst for more knowledge about the Earth's Interface between Water, Earth's Surface and Human Activity. I used InTeGrate Modules and Courses >Interactions between Water, Earth's Surface, and Human Activity > Unit 1: Hydrology Cycle Module to Enhance my Earth Science classes. One of the world's major challenge the management of fresh water. Fresh water is one of the most precious commodities on Planet Earth. The InTergrate Hydrology Cycle Module enable me to give the students a REAL WORLD Experience in the class room. Water is one of the most precious resources on Plant Earth and Nations will rise as well as fall partly based on their source of water."

Preparing Future Teachers: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Putting Sustainability into Action workshop:Programs
Florida A & M University, College of Education, Secondary Department, Science Education