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8:00am

Earthquake Shaking – Using Model Buildings and a Simple Shake Table to Study the Effects of Earthquake Vibrations and Damage

8:00am

Moving Mountains, Shifting Sands

8:00am

The Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope Project - Bringing NASA Radio Astronomy to the Classroom

11:00am

California’s Water Issues: A Data-Centered Approach to Understanding

11:00am

Rockin' with the Rock Cycle

1:00pm

Teaching Science Academic Vocabulary for Comprehension and Retention

1:00pm

Create Your Own Spectrum Graphs

1:00pm

Project ASTRO: Bringing the Universe into the Classroom by Partnering Astronomers with Teachers

1:00pm

SC07: Narrated Slideshows for Science Education - Secondary Students

2:30pm

Earthquakes – A Workshop for Teachers (Part I)

2:30pm

STEMing the Flow: Exploring Ocean and Coastal Data with Students

4:00pm

Earthquakes – A Workshop for Teachers (Part II)

4:00pm

NASA 's WISE Mission Presents: Size and Scale of the Universe

4:00pm

Saturn in Your Classroom: NASA's 'Reading, Writing and Rings'
 
 

8:00am

Heat Transfer for Earth Scientists

8:00am

Projects with Pizzazz

8:00am

SC08: Modeling Plate Tectonics: California-Style

9:30am

A Lab Approach to Earth Systems Science

9:30am

Earthquake Science: Join the Quake Catcher Network

9:30am

NASA: What Would Galileo Do? Bringing Galileo-Inspired Activities into the Classroom

9:30am

Our Atmosphere By the Numbers: Scale Models, Ratios, Percent

11:00am

Tectonic Evolution of California's Landscape, Resources, and Hazards

    Designed with them in mind, this lecture will be sure to please all earth science teachers. California's landscape, resources, and hazards all have resulted from the action of plate tectonic processes over millions of years. Discover how earthquakes, landslides, and volcanic hazards are a direct result of recent plate motions and their effects on California's land surface. The history of North America's Pacific margin beginning about 650 million years ago, with the separation of ancient North America from Antarctica, Australia, and eastern Asia to open the Pacific Ocean basin, to today will be presented. What happened millions of years ago and how that has had major implications for California and the United States in recent history will be explored. You will earn how Earth's movements have played a role in the financing of the Civil War, the opening of the Sea of Cortez, and the development of California's spectacular coastline and the California Water Project.



    Presenters
    Eldridge Moores is an award-winning world-famous Professor in...


    Type Focus Speaker
    Grade Level All
    Track Earth-Space Science


12:30pm

A New Way to Scale the Universe

12:30pm

Weathering of Rocks

1:00pm

SC17: Build a Telescope: Explore the EM Spectrum and the Universe

3:15pm

The Search for Planets Around Other Stars: Why Star Trek Fans are Getting Excited

3:15pm

Addressing Climate Change Denial and Controversy in the Classroom

4:35pm

Using Light to Study Stars
 
 

9:20am

NASA's 'Our Solar System Through the Eyes of Scientists.'

9:20am

Reasoning About Weather

9:20am

The Water Cycle

10:40am

NASA’s SOFIA is Flying! Infrared Astronomy Lessons and the Ambassador Program

12:00pm

Explore the Sun and Solar Energy with Ready-to-go Activities for the Elementary Classroom

12:00pm

Making a Tasty Active Galaxy with NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope

12:00pm

NASA's SOFIA Observatory and Cosmic Evolution

12:00pm

Tsunami Basics for California: Online Maps, Hands-On Activities, & Resource Materials
 





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