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  • Student Spinner Sheet
    Spinning Around Project Return to Spinner Tally Sheet Return to Projects for Your Classroom Return to Amy s Electronic Classroom Return to TEAMS Electronic Hallway Return to TEAMS Home Page

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/projects/math/spinner/student.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Gary's Discussion Groups for Teachers
    are currently not available Please check back toward the end of January 2001 Sorry for the inconvenience Weather Index Gary s Electronic Classroom TEAMS Electronic Hallway TEAMS Home Page Los

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/gary/weather/discussion/teacher.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Gary's Teacher's Corner
    their district Charlotte Mecklenburg s Acceptable Use Policy Download a copy of the goals rules and regulations of CMS Develop an Internet Use Policy The Internet Advocate offers guidelines in developing school and library Internet use policies with sources for templates and links to essays on protecting children There are also numerous examples of schools and libraries with existing Internet use policies The Internet Advocate A Web based Resource Guide

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/gary/weather/teacher/aup.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Earth Processes Teachers Resources
    diatomaceous earth in stream tables Some great explorations using stream tables are included here How about using stream tables to explore the hidden location of buried toxic waste cool Use this guide to get the full advantage out of the stream tables and initial explorations that are a part of TEAMS Science Earth Processes Moon s of Jupiter a GEMS Teacher s Guide Glenn T Seaborg Principal Investigator multiple contributing authors Jacqueline Barber et al The Regents of the University of California 1993 ISBN Number 0 912511 84 2 This guide is a great companion to our investigation of earth processes and includes a very nice section on cratering It is accompanied by a great set of twenty three 35mm slides that show the moons of Jupiter and other resources for the investigations Water Stones and Fossil Bones Karen Lind editor The National Science Teachers Association Arlington VA 1991 ISBN Number 0 87355 101 x This book is a compilation of more than 50 activities in earth sciences published jointly by the Council for Elementary Science International CESI and the National Science Teachers Association NSTA Many of the activities include excellent modeling techniques and a few of them you can even eat Craters A Multi Science Approach to Cratering and Impacts William K Hartman with Joe Cain The National Science Teachers Association Arlington VA 1995 ISBN Number 0 87355 101 x If your students enjoyed the cratering activity even just a little bit consider going further with this resource the single best resource on cratering I have found The explorations build in a nice sequence and encourage students to model and explore cratering in much much more detail than the scope of the TEAMS Science Earth Processes module allows Craters is a joint Project of the National Science Teachers Association NSTA the Planetary Society and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Craters includes a CD ROM containing more than 200 images for use with the activities in the guide You ll have plenty of excellent images of craters at your fingertips with this cross platform Mac and PC disk Many of the images in the book are cross referenced to their digital version on the CD ROM This allows you to print custom sets of images and project them for viewing by the class How the Earth Works John Farndon A Reader s Digest Book Dorling Kindersley Limited London 1992 ISBN Number 0 89577 411 9 I ve referred to books in this series before they re great Very visual great graphic presentation along with clear and readable text The emphasis is on models and explorations kids can do along with photos and diagrams that connect the student s exploration and observations to professional models and representations Good stuff Project Earth Science Geology Brent A Ford The National Science Teachers Association Arlington VA 1996 ISBN Number 0 87355 131 1 This is a brand new guide for me and although I haven t finished reading it I am sure

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  • Gary's Discussion Groups for Teachers
    not available Please check back toward the end of January 2001 Sorry for the inconvenience Electricity Weather Chemistry Earth Processes Festival Heat Fast Plants Email Gary Home Contact Us Gary s Earth Processes Classroom Gary s Electronic Classroom TEAMS Electronic

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  • Gary's Projects
    texture Were things growing in this soil Yes No If yes describe them Other Observations Soil Observations After Settling in Water How many distinct layers Describe the texture of the thickest layer Fine coarse small rocks sandy silt clay Describe the texture of the second thickest layer Fine coarse small rocks sandy silt clay How long did it take for the water to become clear Less than 10 minutes 10

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  • Gary's Projects
    iron filings that cling to the magnet Try some sand perhaps from your schoolyard and see what results you obtain Are there crystals in the soil After settling in water tiny crystals may be visible What happens to the soil in your area when it rains Does the rain soak into the soil quickly or tend to runoff before it soaks in Are there many wells in your area Find

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  • Gary's Projects
    Classification Identification and Survey Contains brief summaries about soil and its characteristics with more detailed nformation and charts available in a PDF format You can print or view a fully formatted PDF version of the documents using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader linked to their page Glossary of Soil Science Terms This glossary is provided by the Soil Science Society of America Inc Soil Basics Information provided by Soils Online

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