Gallery Walk Count off from 1 to 5. Go to your assigned group “station” and read the question on the easel. You will have three minutes to complete tasks at this station. Discuss the question with the other members of your group. Respond to the question by writing down your main ideas. Take your marker with you and move to the next station. Repeat the steps from the previous station. Once you have finished responding to the questions at all five stations, pick up five stickers from one of the hosts. Return to each station, and place a sticker on the response that you feel is the highest priority for yourself. Return to your seat and share your thoughts during the whole group discussion.
What are common student misconceptions about glaciers, rivers, storm water, coasts, oceans and the water cycle?
2. What regional based case studies are you using (or would like to use) to teach students about glaciers, rivers, storm water, coasts, oceans and the water cycle?
3. What active teaching methods have you used (or would like to use) in your earth science classes?
4. What unmet needs do you have as an Earth Science instructor in the Pacific Northwest?
5. How could stormwatereducation be included in your Geology curriculum? How is the hydrology of your watershed impacted by stormwater?