Thanks, Eric for reminding our geoscience folks of NSTA resources.
BTW, Can I encourage you to put your name in for NSTA College director? That's coming up next year, e-papers in by October 15th I think.
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From: Eric Pyle <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Saturday, April 3, 2010 2:07 pm
Subject: Re: Foam Plate Tectonics Learning Activity
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> Check with NSTA with /The Science Teacher/ for an article called
> Redux/. I cannot remember the exact citation, but it was written
> Jack Renton and Deb Hemler. I think they used construction paper,
> I've used craft foam for this, as well.
> Eric Pyle
> On 4/3/10 3:42 PM, Gary Glesener wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Has anyone seen a plate tectonics learning activity in which two
> > students each hold a piece of foam and simulate plate boundaries?
> > can't remember if I saw this on the internet or at AGU last fall.
> > Thanks,
> > Gary
> > --
> > Gary Glesener
> > Director,
> > The Modeling and Educational Demonstrations Laboratory (MEDL)
> > Earth & Space Sciences, UCLA
> > 595 Charles Young Drive East,
> > Box 951567
> > Los Angeles, CA 90095-1567
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