Jean Larson
Dr. Jean S. Larson
Education Coordinator, Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG)
Tempe, AZ
Biography
Jean Larson has a Ph.D. in Educational Technology, postgraduate training in Computer Systems Engineering, and many years of experience teaching and developing curriculum in various learning environments. She has taught technology integration and teacher training to undergraduate and graduate students at Arizona State University, students at the K-12 level locally and abroad, and various workshops and modules in business and industry. Dr. Larson is experienced in the application of instructional design, delivery, evaluation, and specializes in eLearning technologies for training and development. Her research interests focus on efficient and effective online learning, and how instructors are prepared to teach in digital environments. She coordinates outreach events for the Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics (CBBG) with local school districts and organizations, various centers on the ASU campus, and summer programs for teachers, high school students and undergraduates. She also develops CBBG curriculum for learners at the K-12, college, and professional development levels.
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  • Soil Stabilization and Concrete Reduction

    PostedApril 18, 2017

    UpdatedJune 27, 2017

    Posted byJean Larson

    Students compare natural solutions for soil stabilization and fugitive dust control. Students will explain the environmental impact of proposed methods for concrete reduction and fewer dust emissions as well as economic implications of soil stabilization.

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  • Design a Filtration System

    PostedApril 18, 2017

    UpdatedJune 27, 2017

    Posted byJean Larson

    This lesson is designed to help students understand that role that water plays in shaping the earth. In this activity, students investigate different methods for removing pollutants from water using the properties of how water interacts with earth materials.

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