Carleton College/NAGT materials1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Visualizations
This collection presents links to images, films, panoramas and animations about the earthquake and fire.
Univ. of WisconsinEarth Science Course Notes & Graphics
Professor Steve Dutch's excellent online resources for earth sciences with great images for teaching; all the goodies are behind the "Notes" links
Purdue Univ.Earth Science Education Activities
a wealth of excellent hands-on activities for teaching about earthquakes, volcanoes, seismic waves, plate tectonics, earth structure, seismic waves, convection, seismometers and more!
Oregon State UniversityEarth Science Lessons
lessons developed by an elementary school teacher, but good for all ages, slide-style with color diagrams and photographs
NESEN - Lessons for Earth Systems EducationEarth Sciences Lesson Plans
not really earthquakes, but great lesson plans for K-12
Oregon State UniversityEarth's Layers, The
slide-show type presentation
W.W. Norton and CompanyEssentials of Geology Animations
A collection of animations describing concepts of geology
DLESEEvidence for Plate Tectonics-Teaching Box
Collection of interrelated learn concepts that focuses on finding the evidence for plate tectonics using digital resources, education standards, and comprehensive lesson plans.
UC Museum of Paleontology, BerkeleyGeological Online Exhibits
geologic time scale, plate tectonics animation, and more!
Houghton Mifflin Company College Divisiongeologylink
geology in the news, links to resources, virtual field trips, virtual classroom
Univ. of HoustonGeophysics Course Resources on the Internet
list of online course resources for undergraduate and graduate levels
Geological Society of AmericaGSA Free Teacher Resources
A good resource for educators that includes lesson plans, info on state standards, awards, and reading suggestions
DLESELiving in Earthquake Country: A Teaching Box
7 lessons with the goal of teaching students about how and why earthquakes cause damage. Explores seismic waves, the ability of scientists to predict the likelihood and severity of earthquakes at specific locations, the difference between magnitude and intensity, the occurrence of earthquakes along patches of planar faults, and the potential damage caused by earthquakes such as landslides, liquefaction, or structural failure.
USGSPaleoseismology and the Hayward Fault
How paleoseismology is revealing information about the Hayward fault and its past. New technology being used. Photos from the Tule Pond trench on the Hayward fault.
Carleton College/NAGT materialsPlate Tectonic Movement Visualizations
Visualizations and supporting material that can be used effectively to teach students about various geophysics topics. Visualizations include simple animations, GIS-based animated maps, paleogeographic maps and globes, as well as numerous illustrations and photos.
USGSSan Andreas Fault at Wallace Creek
Interactive, 360 degree panorama of the San Andreas Fault. Aerial photos of the fault taken from a kite.
Online lesson plans with photos and images. Excellent geologic activities you can do anywhere! Education standards info included.
USGSSea-Floor Spreading and Subduction, How to Build a Model Illustrating
Three-dimensional, cut-and-paste paper model illustrating sea-floor spreading and subduction.
Paleontological Research InstitutionTransforming California: Landforms of the San Andreas Fault
PowerPoint presentation of digital images (60.7 Mb) exploring the landforms found along the San Andreas Fault. Designed for classroom use with a complementing narrative for each slide. One of the many Earthtrip Virtual Field Trips to explore.
National Park ServiceUncovering the San Andreas Fault (PDF)
Earthquake Trail: What Makes the Geology of Point Reyes National Seashore So Special?
Calstate LAVirtual Earthquake & Other Labs
you're the scientist, and you have to locate the earthquake and determine the magnitude
USGSWho Dunit? and the Law of Superposition (PDF)
solve a crime, and then use those same skills to understand the Law of Superposition (older layers of the earth on bottom) with a fun WhoDunit? investigation and then use your skills to solve a geological mystery