Monday, January 18, 2010

Resources for Teaching About the Haitian Earthquake

Recent events warrant a break from my usual posting schedule.  Here are some sites to help students in your classes process the recent Hatian Earthquake.

Larry Ferlazzo's Best Sites to Learn About the Earthquake in Haiti

Google Earth Layer About the Earthquake in Haiti - requires that you download & install Google Earth first.  Let me know if you have difficulty with this, or with working with KML files.

Free Lesson Plans from the Red Cross about Disaster Preparedness, from the Instructify blog

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