As teachers worldwide transition to virtual learning, expert educators offer a new place to find and share the best ways to keep your students on track.
New research into the ways that students learn and apply their knowledge is changing teaching methods and undergraduate geoscience course content.
The section will play an important role in developing a diverse, inclusive, and dynamic Earth and space science talent pool.
Geoscience professors explain how they use their summertime to get ready for teaching, researching, and mentoring when the school year begins again.
Lessons that incorporate publicly available data from Earth observing sensors can expose students to the thrill of scientific discovery.
Combining the capabilities of an open-source drawing tool with Google Earth maps allows researchers to visualize real-world cross-sectional data in three dimensions.
Teaching Geoethics Across the Geoscience Curriculum;
Chico Hot Springs, Montana, 10–13 June 2014
Currently, five spacecraft are investigating Mars, and a swarm of new missions will follow. Clues to where they should focus investigations can be gleaned from the planet’s new geologic map.
In a week-long workshop, scientists learn how to communicate effectively and navigate the legal system.
Research programs are strengthened when students and faculty collaborate to build new knowledge. Here are five best practices in mentored undergraduate research that transcend institutions.