Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Website: http://www.earthscienceeducation.com/

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Organisation Type: Higher Education Institution

Tel: 01782 734437

Email: eseu@keele.ac.uk

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Course_thumb Any Quarry Guide Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

You want to take your students on a field visit to a local rock exposure, but are not sure what to do with them when you get there. This is a guide to the sorts of scientific questions you might ask to encourage them to investigate the rocks. Some will be appropriate for your site, some won’t. Some require students to touch and examine a rock face closely; others can be answered from a safer distance. Please contact ESEU to arrange a... (read more)

Free (Duration: 60 minutes)

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Course_thumb Dynamic Rock Cycle Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Try a series of ‘hands-on’ activities experimenting on and simulating the processes involved in the rock cycle. Use the integrating model of the rock cycle as a means of encountering common rocks and Earth-processes in a practical, investigative way. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb Earth Science Around Your School Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

See how Earth science principles can be illustrated out of doors, often without a rock in sight, and how pupils can be engaged in discussions about Earth processes and products. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 30 minutes)

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Course_thumb How the Earth Works in Your Classroom Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Bring the world into your classroom through a wide range of Earth science practical and thinking activities that cover aspects of both Science and Geography Programmes of Study and Schemes of Work for Years 5 and 6. See the ‘world in a grain of sand’ as you consider different practical activities that teach about erosion, transportation and deposition and help you to pan for gold! Use sand and water to show how rivers... (read more)

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb Life, the Atmosphere and Everything Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

This ‘Life, the Atmosphere and Everything’ workshop offers you a range of activities to help you to teach Earth-related aspects of the Science GCSE specifications in England and Wales, in particular: Life – aspects of the biological parts of the specifications related to evolution; Atmosphere – the atmosphere and ocean and their evolution, the carbon cycle and possible effects of global warming; Everything – well, not... (read more)

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb Spot that Rock Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

‘Spot that Rock’ leads you step-by-step through a series of investigative practical activities that will allow you to teach pupils to investigate and sort most rocks from first principles (and distinguish them yourself). The techniques are then applied in describing and classifying a series of unknown rocks. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 60 minutes)

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Course_thumb Spot that Rock: sorting rocks the scientific way Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

‘Spot that rock’ leads you step by step through a series of investigative practical activities that will allow you to teach pupils to investigate and sort most rocks from first principles (and distinguish them yourself). These methods can then be used on a series of unknown rocks. The activities not only explain why rocks have the characteristics that they do, but also what this means in the development of the... (read more)

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb Tackling Climate Change through Earth Physics Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

How does climate change work and what can be done about it? Consider the physics behind how climate change could affect the Earth, before investigating different methods of generating power that have low greenhouse gas emissions. Finally, decide which power source would be most appropriate for your region. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb The Earth and Plate Tectonics Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

‘The Earth and Plate Tectonics’ workshop gets to grips with the wide-ranging evidence for the theory that underpins our detailed modern understanding of our dynamic planet – the theory of Plate Tectonics. The workshop begins with an introduction and progresses through a series of activities that are designed to help students develop their understanding. It uses several independent sources of evidence supporting the theory,... (read more)

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Course_thumb The Geophys Story Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Try using the ‘Geophys’ of ‘Time-Team’ to detect ‘things beneath the ground’ in the same way as geophysical techniques find archaeological remains, buried infrastructure and natural resources. These activities show how school physics is used in ‘real world’ situations. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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