Monday, April 2, 2012

Plate Tectonics

At the beginning of the year I briefly mentioned plate tectonics to my students, who almost universally knew what it was (hence the brief mention).  But today I went to a museum with my own children and saw a great animation of the movement from Pangea to the present.  Unfortunately I have not been able to find as great an animation since returning home, but above is a pretty good one.  If anyone has a better one, would you please leave the site as a comment. 

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