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GIS | Health & Hazards Lab
Department of Geography
Kent State University
412 McGilvrey Hall
Kent, OH 44242
Phone: 330 672-2887
Fax: 330 672-4304
Email: ghhlab@kent.edu

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Earth Systems Science

Overview

Earth Systems Science is a course beginning in Summer 2015 and continuing into the 2015-2016 academic year. It is funded by the Ohio Board of Regents under its Improving Teacher Quality State Grants Program and by the interest and supplementary funds and services of local schools and Kent State University.

Earth Systems Science is designed to:

  • be enjoyable, usable, and down-to-earth for the non-scientist and scientist alike
  • enhance your understanding of earth systems science and how to teach it
  • provide you with lesson ideas and $600 in free materials to teach your students effectively
  • share activities that embrace the new science standards

Receive Free:

  • 5 hours of KSU graduate credit
  • $600 in materials

Class Meets:

  • Summer 2015 for two weeks (June 22-25, June 29-July 2)
  • 2015-2016 School Year for five Saturdays (August 22, September 19, October 24, February 27, April 9)

Interested in participating in Earth Systems Science? CLICK HERE

Additional information is available in the course brochure.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch:
Dr. Bridget Mulvey
bmulvey@kent.edu 
404 White Hall
Kent State University
Kent, OH 44242
fax: (330-672-3246)

Science Education Council of Ohio -
Annual Conference 2015

Please see the following powerpoint and accompanying student handout that we presented at this year's conference:

"Using Google Earth for Inquiry: Plate Tectonics"
Student Handout
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