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Virtual Earthquake

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Sarah Barnes (Teacher (K-12)), Jul 06, 2011

1. Quality of Content: Content in the site does a great job of being user friendly and clearly demonstrates the major topics related to earthquakes.

2. Effectiveness as a teaching tool: This tool would be used as a demonstration of the curriculum/ exploration of the problem. After using the site, students should be able to understand how to find the epicenter of an earthquake.

3. Ease of Use: The site does a good job of giving the instructor a step by step demo of how to use the material. The site has directions on each page and easy to use buttons to navigate from one step to another.


Time spent reviewing site: 30 min.