CMM SHARK POSTER(full size poster image)
Fossils for Teachers- Working Agenda
♦ SUMMARY: How Big Was Megalodon? – A lesson by PaleoTEACH, Victor Perez (@vperez) and Megan Hendrickson (@mhendrickson) ♦ AUDIENCE: 6-8, Middle School, Sixth (6th) Grade, Seventh (7th) Grade, Eighth (8th) Grade ♦ TOPICS/THEMES: Measurements, Teeth, Paleontology, Fossils, Sharks, Ecology, Scientific Method, Scientific Evidence, STEM, Mathematics, Geometry ♦ INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the link below to access the lesson. Please contact the […]
♦ SUMMARY: Changing Climates and Evolutionary Responses Preserved in the Fossil Record – A lesson plan by Geoscientist-in-the-Park Gina Roberti (@groberti) ♦ AUDIENCE: 9-12, High School, Ninth (9th) Grade, Tenth (10th) Grade, Eleventh (11th) Grade, Twelfth (12th) Grade ♦ TOPICS/THEMES: Scientific Method, Paleontology, Fossils, Cenozoic, NPS, Geology, Evolution, Climate, Paleoclimate, Paleoenvironment, Environment, Horses, Biology, Ecology, Mammals ♦ INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the […]
The field trip guide for the Ambridge, PA, fossil plant site is available to download: ambridgePA
The Paleontological Society Outreach and Education Grant provides support to members for programs and activities involving educational outreach and community engagement. Potential fundable projects include, but are not limited to, field trips to fossil sites and/or museums for teachers and pre-college students, educator training and curriculum development, participation in local community initiatives, development of educational […]
2016 Proposed Regulations Affecting BLM-Managed Lands Under the Paleontological Resources Preservation ActDecember 8th, 2016 by Eleanor Gardner
Click here to access the PDF: paleo-proposed-rule-81-fr-88173-12-07-16 Remember that you may post public comments regarding the proposed rule through February 6, 2017. Just follow the steps outlined in our step-by-step video.