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The Essential Science for Teachers courses are designed to help k - 6 teachers gain an understanding of some of the... see more

An Interactive site that allows teachers/students to explore plate tectonics and how rocks are formed. The site offers... see more

The purpose of this learning object, "Mining Landscape", is to elucidate how metal, in this case copper, is extracted... see more

This video was recorded at Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije predstavlja dva cikla predavanj z naslovom Sprehodi skozi... see more

This video was recorded at International Conference on Outbursts of Water from Abandoned Mines: Causes, Consequences,... see more

This video was recorded at International Conference on Outbursts of Water from Abandoned Mines: Causes, Consequences,... see more

An animated, video, html, lesson about plate tectonics that includes Wegner's hypothesis, the Theory, the driving forces,... see more

Start the lesson or unit with some great animations explaining earthquakes, from PBS Savage Earth series, online. After... see more

A "Bill Nye" style demo on explaining the rock cycle using crayons, very cute and students could possibly do the... see more

This website contains short courses in Earth Science that are based on California Science state standards from 6th to 9th... see more

This is a STAIR model for review purposes of Plate Tectonics.  Topics include Continental Drift, Seafloor Sreading,... see more

This site has a short explanation about the San Andreas Fault and expands on the information through links to other... see more

This is a site that incorporates using longitude and latitude to plot geologic hazards. Earthquakes and volcanoes are... see more

This is a powerpoint on the rock cycle and the three types of rocks, sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic.

This video was recorded at Sadovi znanja - Izobraževalna TV oddaja | Gains of knowledge - educational TV series. V okviru... see more

This video was recorded at Kolokviji na Institutu "Jožef Stefan". On the 5th of February 2012 the hardened hands of drill... see more

This site is ESRI's home on YouTube. Users may view videos on the topics of ArcGIS, careers and opportunities at ESRI and... see more

This video was recorded at International Conference on Outbursts of Water from Abandoned Mines: Causes, Consequences,... see more

This video was recorded at International Conference on Outbursts of Water from Abandoned Mines: Causes, Consequences,... see more

This video segment from Geospatial Revolution, produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting, demonstrates how different... see more

Activity in which students use fossil evidence to piece together a map of Gondwanaland.

In this video adapted from Pathways to Technology, you'll learn how geographic information systems (GIS) and global... see more

In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, learn how the Global Positioning System (GPS) uses... see more

This site, part of Exploring Earth Investigation by McDougal Littell and TERC, examines how igneous rocks form. The... see more