The Community of Earth Educators

Teach the Earth grows out of the community of Earth Educators who engage through workshops, projects, professional society membership and direct contributions to the suite of websites within the Teach the Earth portal. It includes over 9000 educators from over 900 institutions. Welcome.


There are a variety of ways you can participate in the community.


Many of the of the projects within Teach the Earth provide mechanisms for contribution. You can also contribute

If you have other materials that you would like to contribute to the Teach the Earth portal, leave us feedback and we can work with you to find the best way to incorporate your materials.


Find peers engaged in the community.


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Jeffrey Rousch
Biology and Marine Environmental Science, Elizabeth City State University

Rhiannon West
University of Maryland-University College

Adrienne Phillips
Montana State University-Bozeman

Kara Brugman
Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus

Amy Schiebel
Edgewood College

Gerald Rosenberg
De Anza College

Kim Hannula
Geosciences, Fort Lewis College
Kimberly Hannula is a professor emerita of geoscience at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. Her main interests are in structural geology and tectonics.