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Science Update: What's Shakin? 9/15/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Barb Kohut
01:19:41
Barb Kohut, Berlin MD, Worcester County Public Schools. I am the K-5 Science and Social Studies Instructional Coach
Stephanie K
01:20:38
Stephanie Kerr. NH. I teach middle school life science and earth science.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:20:54
Welcome to today's web seminar - Science Update - Earthquakes.
Eric Pan
01:21:07
Joanne Dittersdorf. I teach H.S. Earth Science.
Denise Aikens
01:22:45
Denise Aikens K-5 Science Teacher at pS 583 in the Bronx
Denise Aikens
01:22:54
no
Kendra
01:22:55
I have
connie padian
01:22:57
Yes, the Northridge. I was in Anaheim but felt it on the 13th floor of the hotel.
Hayley Maday
01:22:59
no
Brenda Nguyen
01:23:01
I have
FrankMic
01:23:01
No
Bethany Knowlton
01:23:04
no
Karin B
01:23:04
nope
Denise Aikens
01:23:04
never
Mikayla Greech
01:23:04
no
Anna Reichard
01:23:07
no
brenton
01:23:07
I was on vacation in japan and there was one
meganluedtke
01:23:08
no
Christine Caine-Crispin
01:23:12
Yes, I grew up near Northridge
Angela Burkey
01:23:15
Small earthquake in San Diego
nora schneider
01:23:17
no
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:23:18
Yes - in Virginia a few years ago
Sabrina Linzau
01:23:20
Yes! I was at the beach a few years ago when it happened
Lexi Wier
01:23:21
No
Nicole Seibert
01:23:22
Only small one in Memphis years ago
Derek Norwood
01:23:22
Yes, I have in North Georgia
Emilee Clemens, NSTA
01:23:23
My first day at JMU in 2011...right after my parents dropped me off!
Susanne Renselaer
01:23:32
Small earthquake in Moss Landing, CA
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:23:34
The Washington Monument cracked
Madie
01:23:34
Yes, but a small one outside of Missoula, MT and in Uganda
Steve Grasser
01:23:36
1968 New Madrid
Stephanie K
01:23:36
small one in wolfeboro NH.
sarah kennedy
01:23:48
no
Barb Kohut
01:23:51
I was at a meeting at our Board of Education and we had a earthquake... small rumble, not normal in Ocean City, Berlin area of Maryalnd
Eric Pan
01:23:53
I have but only very mild quakes and didn't feel them.
Barbara Walker
01:24:03
My family felt the 5.6 earthquake in OK that occurred many years ago. That and small ones here in OK over the years.
Mrs. Howell
01:24:06
Frequent tremors in Naples, Italy
Ariel Delos Reyes
01:24:15
Yes in the eruption of Mt Pinatubo IN THE pHILS
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:33
we can - thanks Richard
Emilee Clemens, NSTA
01:24:57
Let’s see what is shakin now: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:26:45
Thank you for sharing the link Emilee
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:27:28
Interesting
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:29:04
Nice updatable application to share with family and friends
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:33:11
Collection with slides: https://my.nsta.org/collection/sOzb1RoPjmk_E
Kate Soriano
01:39:40
Have you ever asked students to read stories across cultures and look for patterns that would help understand earthquakes? (Mechanism)
Kayla Pierson
01:39:41
Why is it do you think that so many cultures trace earthquakes to turtle's specifically?
Kate Soriano
01:40:39
Thank you1
Kate Soriano
01:40:41
!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:40:42
Thank you for your questions - Kate and Kayla.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:43:04
You are listening to Dr. Richard Jones, University of Hawaii West Oahu.
Kate Soriano
01:43:28
FEMA developed a K-6 unit that contained earthquake legends (Appendix B). I'm not recommending teaching the unit as is, but it could be a valuable resource for lessons that can be revised for sensemaking. https://www.fema.gov/pdf/library/tremortroop.pdf
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:44:00
Thanks Kate for sharing the resource.
Kate Soriano
01:44:05
PS Unit released in 1997
Kate Soriano
01:44:11
Oh great!
Nicole Seibert
01:44:17
I find the tectonics of New Madrid fascinating. Being a passive boundary/intraplate location…. Why is the new Madrid fault there?
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
01:45:21
https://www.iris.edu/hq/inclass/interactive/new_madrid_what_if_the_181112_new_madrid_earthquakes_happened_today
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
01:46:21
There are still several theories being used to study the New Madrid Seismic Zone.
SPeloquin
01:49:08
Has anyone taught about seismic waves specifically in a Physics class while covering waves?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:51:33
Richter Magnitude scale link: https://www.usgs.gov/media/images/eq-magnitude-energy-release-and-shaking-intensity-5
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
01:52:54
Yes. I use seismic waves in helping my students increase their understanding of waves. In NGSS, it is a perfect way to include Cross Cutting Concepts.
Eric Pan
01:53:19
Pwave & Swave chart is still on the NYS Earth Science Regents.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:00:16
IRIS: https://www.iris.edu/hq/
Nicole Seibert
02:02:02
I have heard that as well thank you
SPeloquin
02:04:35
Is damage from earthquake-caused tsunamis included in those types of estimates?
Jo
02:04:57
I teach in Utah, two years ago we had an earthquake during our earthquake drill while we were learning about earthquakes
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:04:58
Collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/sOzb1RoPjmk_E
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:05:58
The collection includes a document with links to all these apps and sites.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:06:16
We also included a couple of Daily Do lesson plans in the collection
Barb Kohut
02:07:13
Are they included in our memberships, or are they additional? As far as the lesson plans, journals etc?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:07:20
Search string at NSTA for earthquakes: https://my.nsta.org/search?q=earthquakes
Barbara Walker
02:07:43
Sorry, had an internet hiccup. Loving everything today!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:07:48
Barb - the lesson plans and the journals are included with your membership
meganluedtke
02:07:59
Any cool resources for students to get interested that don't live near active faults (i.e. NE Wisconsin)?
Barb Kohut
02:08:07
@Flavio thank you...
Eric Pan
02:09:23
Yes, resources for east coast would be awesome.
Emilee Clemens, NSTA
02:09:55
Let’s see what is shakin now: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:11:52
Science is all around us
Mary Lynn
02:12:00
Great idea on the real time data!
Barb Kohut
02:12:46
Thank you so much!
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:13:14
👍Real-time data - students love!
Haley Permenter
02:13:20
Richard, that was so amazing thank you! I never knew this much about earthquakes!
connie padian
02:13:29
I didn’t quite understand why rosin causes a non-tectonic earthquake. Can you explain again.
Mary Lynn
02:13:43
TY!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:13:51
Thank you Connie
Eric Pan
02:14:00
I was wondering about the Non-tectonic earthquake.
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:15:40
Thank you Richard!
brenton
02:15:46
Thank you Sir
nora schneider
02:15:49
Thank You!
bnd5284@gmail.com
02:15:51
Loved hearing the history of seismic advancements
Karin B
02:16:08
Thank you
Lizzie Collins
02:16:09
Thank You!!
Ariel Delos Reyes
02:16:11
Thank you
sarah beckett
02:16:11
thank you!!
namita sharma
02:16:13
thanks
Barbara Walker
02:16:13
Thank you for sharing!
karameadows
02:16:16
Thank you
Brenda Nguyen
02:16:19
Thank you!
Cristina Romo
02:16:21
Thank you so much!
Cassidy Connor
02:16:22
Thank you!!
Katie Donnolly
02:16:22
thank you!
lizette diaz
02:16:24
thank you!
San Manrique
02:16:26
Thank you!
Rosalia Del Angel
02:16:27
Thank you, Dr. Jones!
Hayley Maday
02:16:28
Thank you!
Angela Burkey
02:16:28
Thank you
meganluedtke
02:16:30
thank you for sharing!
Melanie Garcia
02:16:33
Thank you! Such wonderful information!
Jo
02:16:42
Thank You! So many rich resources, connections and ideas.
Naicy Valdez
02:16:48
Thank you so much!! For everything!
Richard Jones
02:16:50
mahalo nui loa to you all for joining me this evening. Rick
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:16:55
Collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/sOzb1RoPjmk_E
Eric Pan
02:16:57
Thanks.
Mrs. Howell
02:17:14
Thank you for sharing this!
Mary Lynn
02:17:28
Your students are so lucky to have you! Thank you for this opportunity to learn a new topic in depth.