Education lies at the very core of the Institute’s mission and the Mount St. Helens Institute connects teachers with resources. Bring trained MSHI Volcano Volunteers into your classroom, connect with real scientists online with our Volcano Explorers webinars, use our online lessons to augment your classroom lessons, or browse our collection of recommended online resources from others.
If you are a teacher in Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis, or Multnomah County, Mount St. Helens can come to your class! A trained Mount St. Helens Institute volunteer will present a short slide show and hands-on activity. Best of all, it's free!
Starting in 2008, this school program brings live, interactive video presentations by preeminent scientists and educators to students across the country. Using webinar technology, Volcano Explorers easily works in just about any classroom with a computer, projector and internet connection.
Education lies at the very core of the Institute’s mission and the Mount St. Helens Institute connects teachers with resources. We have created these lessons for you to use to bring Mount St. Helens into your classroom.
We have created this best of fantastic websites for you and your class to use to learn all about Mount St. Helens, to learn the science of geohazards, to track Earth's activity, and to stay informed and prepare! Access real data, maps and more!
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