@ Lamont


DLESE (the Digital Library for Earth System Education) is a national effort to develop, identify, evaluate and disseminate excellent resources for teaching and learning about the Earth and environment. From 1999 through 2007, Lamont was involved in DLESE in several ways.


Geoscience Data Puzzles

(Note: The Data Puzzles site is now at www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~kastens/curriculum/data_puzzles. Please update your bookmark.)

Pedagogical Content Knowledge Annotations

Closing the loop from Earth System knowledge to environmental sustainability: What is the role of science education?

Kastens, K. & Turrin, M. (2006) To What Extent Should Human/Environment Interactions Be Included in Science Education? Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 54, n. 3, May 2006, p.422-436.

students around galileo thermometer

Kim Kastens' Activities from Columbia University Undergraduate Earth & Environmental Science Courses

(Note: This site is now at www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~kastens/curriculum/activities. Please update your bookmark.)


Black Rock Forest Environmental Data-based Investigations

(Note: This site is now at www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~kastens/curriculum/BRF. Please update your bookmark.)

Collections Assessment (No longer active. Link is to historical documents.)
Coin sorting machine - unsorted edu resources in, reviewed collection out. The Community Review System
(No longer at Lamont. Link leads to current host at UCAR.)
Man casting a net

The Collections Committee
(No longer active. Link is to historical documents.)