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Web Resources: How Earthquakes Occur

The Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology (IRIS) offers resources for teachers wishing to help their students better understand why devastating earthquakes like the one that recently struck Haiti happen. The “Teachable moments” page features presentations (including an excellent power point slide show), animations, posters, images, video, general information, programs, resources in Spanish, news, and more.

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Curriculum: I-STEM Resource Network

Indiana’s I-STEM Resource Network offers a several K-12 activities and lesson plans in areas ranging from Earth Science, Environmental Science, Physics, Mathematics, and Technology Education.

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Curriculum: Montana State U. Lesson Plans

Earth, Space, and Life — check out the K-12 science lesson plans offered through Montana State University’s Extended University Website, a number of which explore the region’s local environment and Native American cultures.

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Website: Get Real Science

This site contains downloadable activities referred to in the poster presentation “The Teacher as Designer: Innovative Practices Informed by Personal History, Theoretical Grounding, and Professional Learning”, by Christopher Young, from the 2009 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference in Washington DC.

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