NASA RESOURCE DRIVEN INSTRUCTION: SOIL SCIENCE EDUCATION
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NASA RESOURCE DRIVEN INSTRUCTION: SOIL SCIENCE EDUCATION

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This resource is a fairly complete examination of soil. It is full of activities like news about soil, how much soil is on the earth, monthly soil activities. It's a lot of fun if you are into soil.
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Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: August 13, 2004
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 09, 2012
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Keywords: nasa, soil

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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Internet, updated web browser
Language: English
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Avatar for Kymberlee Advani
2 years ago

Kymberlee Advani (Student)

 

This site does a great job introducing and discussing soil and its makeup. This site is interactive and even has a "soil of the month" section.I felt this website was educational for students. It introduces different ideas for lesson since there is a lot of information about soil. The website offers different activities teachers can do with their students. I really liked how the website even demonstrated questions to ask students when teaching about soil. My favorite activity was, How Much Soil is There. It shows students how much soil there is on Earth by having an apple be earth. The apple is being cut down until it demonstrates the percentage of soil on Earth.

 

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The website was easy to get around. The website offered subtopics on the left side. It was organized.

 

Time spent reviewing site: 15-20 minutes