This four-part series is designed to provide Earth Science teachers with an understanding of basic earthquake science and the application of that science to the Pacific Northwest region.  Through this course, teachers can learn both fundamental earthquake principles and how modern research is advancing our understanding of earthquake hazards in Cascadia.  Lesson Plans for classroom activities and other supplemental resources will provide teachers with methods for introducing their students to our regional earthquake and tsunami hazards.  The course will also address engineering and emergency management approaches to building an earthquake and tsunami resilient Pacific Northwest.