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Middle School Earth Science: Volcanoes, Magma, Lava, and Land

Malikai Bass M.A
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(272)
This course is part of a series that covers Next Generation Science Standards for 6-8th Earth Science, through reading, discussion, activities, and simulations while also developing skills for higher education.

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This class is taught in English.
Students will understand the causes of a volcanic eruption.
Students will understand the relationship between volcanoes and plate tectonics. 
Students will be able to identify different types of lava. 
Students will explain the differences between lava and magma. 
Students will be able to describe different types of volcanoes.
Students will be able to explain how volcanoes impact Earth's past and present. 
I have been teaching science for two years and have over ten years of experience in informal science education work at children's museums, science centers, and planetariums including an active geological dig-site and three natural history museums. I have completed three college courses on science education as well as college-level courses on geology. I have worked at and led educational workshops on volcanoes. 
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We will be discussing natural disasters including references to real natural disasters. Discussions will be age-appropriate and include no visual images or descriptions of injuries. However, due to the topic nature death or injuries may be implied or mentioned by student questions or responses.
Sources will include articles from National Geographic, BBC, and Encyclopedias adapted to grade-level.  We will also be using some resources adapted from Open Educational Resources "Middle School Earth Science Textbooks including Thunderbolt Kids Fifth and Sixth Grade, "Introduction to Earth Science" and Stanford Edu's "Learning through Application" textbook. All of which are distributed under a Creative-Commons Attribution License which allows for commercial use.  
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Hello, I have thirteen years of experience in education. As an eclectic academic learner, I had lots of opportunities to benefit others with my unique understanding and gifted perspective as a twice exceptional learner. I hold a master’s degree in... 
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for 6 classes
2x per week, 3 weeks
45 min

Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 9-13
3-6 learners per class

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