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NAGT and Geoscience Education at GSA 2006

Philadelphia, PA
22-25 October, 2006

NAGT Business | NAGT Sponsored Sessions | Other Education Sessions | Education Short Courses

Organizational Business

Executive Committee Meeting (Executive Committee) - Saturday (10/21/06) 8:30 - 9:30 Loews: Washington, Room B

Executive Committee & Council Meeting (Executive Committee, Council, and Section Reps) - Saturday (10/21/06) 10:00 - 12:30 Loews: Washington, Room B

Executive Committee Meeting (Executive Committee & Council) Saturday (10/21/06) 13:30 - 16:30 Loews: Washington, Room B

Reception: Earth Science Education (Acrobat (PDF) 123kB Aug10 06) Sponsored by GSA ,GSA Geoscience Education Division, NAGT, DLESE, Cutting Edge, IRIS, JOI, EARTHSCOPE) (Everybody) Saturday (10/21/06) 17:00-19:00 Marriott, Grand Ballroom, Salon CD

GSA Presidential Address and Awards Saturday (10/21/06) 19:00-21:00

NAGT/GSA Geoscience Education Division Luncheon (Ticketed) Sunday (10/22/06) 11:00 - 14:00 Marriott: Grand Ballroom Salon F

GSA Exhibits Welcoming Party (Everybody) Sunday (10/22/06) 17-30 - 19:30

NAGT Past Presidents Breakfast (Past, present & future Presidents, Executive Directors, Editors & Treasurers) Monday (10/23/06) 7:15-9:00 Loews: Washington, Room C

GSA Geoscience Education Division: General Business (All invited) Monday (10/23/06) 16:30 - 17:30


NAGT Sponsored Education Sessions

Other Education Sessions

Education Short Courses

  • Enhanced Seismology Education for Undergraduates [504]
    Sat., 21 Oct., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Cosponsored by GSA Geoscience Education Division This workshop is intended for faculty at 2- and 4-year colleges and universities who wish to learn both new seismology content and instructional strategies to effectively convey content to students. Seismology topics will include "hot topics," causes of earthquakes, propagation of seismic waves, statistics and data, Earth's structure, and hazards. Educational topics will feature instructional sequences, student conceptions in geoscience, and constructivist learning theory. Effective science instruction will be modeled by emphasizing hands-on and inquiry-based activities to deliver content to learners.
    Faculty: Jeff Barker, Ph.D., Binghamton University; Michael Hubenthal, IRIS Consortium; Tom Owens, Ph.D., University of South Carolina; John Taber, Ph.D., IRIS Consortium.
    Limit: 25. Fee: US$15; includes course materials and lunch. CEU: 0.8.