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Episode 047: NGSS Earth Science Resources with Mark Watrin

 

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Summary:

Looking for high quality NGSS Earth Science resources? Then this is the podcast episode for you! Meet Mark Watrin. He shares with us some incredible Earth Science resources available for teachers including dinosaur digs and volcano field work as well as many online resources.

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Show Highlights

  • 02:20 - 07:00    Introduction to Mark & his work at the DIG Field School
  • 07:00 - 11:00    How Mark connects the Field School to NGSS and Earth Science teaching
  • 11:00 - 14:30    How high school teachers are integrating Earth Science into their curricula
  • 14:30 - 20:00    The high school geology class Mark created & USGS programs for high schoolers at Mount St Helens
  • 20:00 - 28:00     Common earth...
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Episode 014: Blast Away Volcano Misconceptions with Volcanologist Dr. Janine Krippner

 

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 Summary:

Meet Dr. Janine B. Krippner, a Volcanologist, Postdoctoral Researcher, and Science Communicator, originally from New Zealand, currently located in West Virginia.  In this episode, we discuss common misconceptions as well as important core information that science teachers should be teaching their students about volcanoes. We also discuss the various ways that people can make themselves more knowledgeable and safe in regards to volcanic eruptions.

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Show Notes:

  • Dr. Krippner is currently working on a volcanic ash project linking global data bases in West Virginia
  • Eruptions can have deposits that travel across countries
  • Many lives during “The Boxing Day Tsunami” were saved because of basic warning signs.
  • United States Geological Survey (USGS) is where you go for the right information about volcanoes.
  • Volcanic ash is...
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