Welcome to The Earth Science Teacher.

This is the quarterly member’s journal of GEOetc.com.   Each quarter a new topic is covered that is relevant to the teaching of Earth Science.  It is not full of ‘research papers’  – it is practical information and ideas for people teaching Earth science anywhere on the planet.   It normally contains background information, activity ideas, links to stimulus materials (like videos) and a Member Speaks section where a GEOetc member talks about their experience related to that topic.

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In this Edition

Earthquakes and how to teach them in your classroom

Member Speaks – Kate Lefever tells how she survived the 7.1M earthquake in Christchurch, NZ.

Links to member-only resources

Links to other Earthquake resources

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Here are all our current issues –

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TESTeacher 1.4 Deep Time

TESTeacher 1.4 Deep Time

In this Edition In this issue, we examine the concept of deep time and how to introduce it to your ...
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TESTeacher 1.3 Mineral Identification

TESTeacher 1.3 Mineral Identification

In this Edition What are the physical properties you can use in your classroom to identify minerals?   Learn about the ...
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TESTeacher 1.2 Volcanoes

TESTeacher 1.2 Volcanoes

In this Edition Volcanoes - and an approach to teaching them in your classroom from magma chemistry to eruption style ...
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TESTeacher 1.1 Earthquakes

TESTeacher 1.1 Earthquakes

In this Edition Earthquakes and how to teach them in your classroom Member Speaks - Kate Lefever tells how she ...
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TESTeacher Earthquakes – Free version