Plate Tectonics Power Point
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Plate Tectonics Power Point

Plate Tectonics Power Point

With the recent Earthquakes (and ensuing devastation in Haiti), a number of teachers are working to help their students make sense of the events — both from humanitarian and geographical perspectives.

A good friend of mine, Dr. Todd Albert, a climatologist and geography professor, created this power point presentation on Plate Tectonics a few years ago.  For teachers looking to provide a high-quality overview (perhaps as a part of a service learning project), this is a perfect lesson that can be presented within one class period.

The simplicity of the design (while sacrificing none of the depth of the topic) allows it to be differentiated up or down depending on your audience. ¬†Originally intended for college students, I’ve used this ppt with students as young as 4th grade.

You can follow Dr. Todd Albert on twitter @toddalbert.

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6 Comments
  • Todd Albert
    Posted at 13:15h, 20 January Reply

    Glad you're getting some mileage out of this!

  • Jason Flom
    Posted at 16:47h, 20 January Reply

    Excellent Plate Tectonics powerpoint by professor @toddalbert http://bit.ly/5mOTST #haiti #earthquake #edtech #geographyteacher

  • Jason Flom
    Posted at 16:47h, 20 January Reply

    Excellent Plate Tectonics powerpoint by professor @toddalbert http://bit.ly/5mOTST #haiti #earthquake #edtech #geographyteacher

  • Marcela Summerville
    Posted at 16:52h, 20 January Reply

    RT@JasonFlom Excellent Plate Tectonics powerpoint by professor @toddalbert http://bit.ly/5mOTST #haiti #earthquake #edtech #geographyteacher

  • Todd Albert
    Posted at 21:15h, 20 January Reply

    Glad you're getting some mileage out of this!

  • Cjrcamboy
    Posted at 13:40h, 19 September Reply

    unhhhhhh

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