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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Education - Graduate

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

47

86

Anonymous

Free NAGT memberships for outstanding undergraduate and graduate teaching assistants

47

227-235

Anderson, K.S., Hickson, T.A., Crider, J.G., and Graham, S.A.

Integrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project

47

241-248

Twidale, C.R.

A plea for the best of the past - Suggestions for teaching about landforms

47

413-419

Levy,, J., and Mayer, L.

Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using <EM>STELLA</EM>

46

354-363

Lang, H.M.

A case study approach to teaching environmental mineralogy

46

346-353

Borgman, L.E.

The zen of research

45

470-472

Metzger, E.P.

The StrATegy COLUMN for pre-college science teachers – The Journal of Areological Education

45

460-462

Wampler, J.M.

Misconceptions – A column about errors in geoscience textbooks – Misconceptions of groundwater's capillary fringe

45

447-450

Bluth, G.J.S., and Young, C.T.

An applied geophysics laboratory for introductory environmental-geology courses'

45

440-446

Stockman, S.A., Sauber, J.M., and Linscheid, E.K.

A high school and NASA join forces to investigate the Alaska/Aleutian subduction zone near Kodiak Island

45

415-424

Mirsky, A.

Influence of geologic factors on ancient Egyptian civilization

45

412-414

King, H.M., and Dodson, R.L.

Integrating subdisciplines into upper-level geology courses

45

402

Shea, J.H.

Beginning a new academic year

45

378-380

Wampler, J.M.

Misconceptions – A column about errors in geoscience textbooks, 8. Wrong-way precession as a consequence of not thinking things through

45

354-358

O'Connell, S.B.

Communicating science in general-education science courses with popular-science books

45

344-348

Rice-Snow, S.

Terrain description as a collaborative-writing component in undergraduate geomorphology instruction

45

331-336

Hayward, R.K., Shebesta, D.Y., and Lowell, T.V.

Computerized imagae analysis of outcrops

45

322-325

Foos, A.M.

Integration of a class research project into a traditional geochemistry lab course

45

314-316

Wells, N.A.

Class journals, grading writing, and teaching writing style

45

308-313

Sullivan, M.A., and Dilek, Y.

Enhancing scientific literacy throught the use of information technology in introductory geoscience classes

45

295-297

Tewksbury, B.

1997-98 NAGT Distinguished Speakers Program

45

294

Riggs, E.M.

Geoscience versus the spread of psuedoscience [Letter]

45

293-294

Leveson, D.

The trivialization of factual knowledge – comment

45

272

Tewksbury, B.

Call for exames of effective and innovative teaching in the geosciences

45

246-251

Gore, P.J.W.

Using the world-wide web in the geology classroom

45

238-242

Astwood, P.M., and Slater, T.F.

Effectiveness and management of portfolio assessment in high-enrollment courses

45

234-237

Drake, J.C., Worley, I.A., and Mehrtens, C.J.

An introductory-level field-based course in geology and botany

45

229-234

Ettensohn, F.R.

An experiment in collaborative mapping at geology field camp

45

216-220

Cordell, B.M.

A lunar-base lab for geology or astronomy courses

45

211-215

Abolins, M.J.

Using free digital data to introduce volcanic hazards

45

207-210

Caprariis, P.P.de

Impediments to providing scientific literacy to students in introductory survey courses

45

202

Shea, J.H.

Student evaluations of teaching

45

193

Tewksbury, B.

Call for examples of effective and innovative teaching techniques for NAGT publication

45

153-156

Smith, J.V.

A non-hierarchical rock-identification scheme

45

137-146

Rosenberg, G.D.

A lesson in plate tectonics from art

45

129-132

Orion, N., BenChaim, D., and Kali, Y.

Relationship between earth-science education and spatial visualization

45

117-122

Murray, J.J.

Ethnogeology and its implications for the aboriginal geoscience curriculum

45

113-116

Dubiel, R.F., Hasiotis, S.T., and Semken, S.C.

Hands-on geology for Navajo Nation teachers

45

109-112

Semken, S.C., and Morgan, F.

Navajo pedagogy and earth systems

45

105-108

Bevier, M.L., Thompson, J.C., Evenchick, C.A., and Wyss, J.A.

Making geoscience relevant to First Nations' students from the north coast of British columbia

45

104-105

Semken, S.C.

NAGT/GSA Symposium on geoscience education in native American communities

45

102

Shea, J.H.

Progress on science-education standards [editorial]

45

100

Ireton, M.F.

Announcement of GeoSciEd II international conference on geoscience education

45

88

Macdonald, H.

Announcement of workshop on innovative teaching and course design

45

81

Cambrian Systems, Inc.

Geoscience education through intelligent tutors (GETIT)

45

74-76

Wampler, J.M.

Misconceptions – a column about errors in geoscience textbooks; 5. Crystallization temperature and weathering susceptibility

45

73

Christman, R.A.

Call for nominations for Neil Miner Award

45

68

Macdonald, H.

Announcement of workshops on effective and innovative teaching

45

61-63

Schimmrich, S.H.

Exploring geology on the world-wide web – glaciers and climate change

45

49-51

Ethington, R., and Freeman, T.

Tom Freeman – 1996 Neil Miner awardee

45

46-48

Macdonald, H.

1996 NAGT Presidential address – geoscience education and modern career paths

45

4-9

Cooke, M.L., Anderson, K.S., and Forrest, S.E.

Creating accessible introductory-geology field trips

45

2

Shea, J.H.

The trivialization of factual knowledge [editorial]

44

539-548

Mies, J.W.

Automated digital compilation of structural symbols

44

57-64

Vernon, R.H.

Observation versus argument by authority - The origin of enclaves in granite

44

88

Anonymous

Free NAGT memberships for outstanding undergraduate and graduate teaching assistants

43

332-334

Manner, B.M.

"Sink or swim" together in a geology classroom

43

221-226

Milliken, K.L., and Eustice, R.A.

Historical data on graduate-level participation of women in a large geoscience department

43

132

Underwood, J.R.Jr.

Writing clearly and concisely - a voice from the past

43

6-10

Mies, J.W.

Simple methods for rapid determination of lattice-preferred orientation in two dimensions

42

149-151

McGehee, T.L., Magee, R.W., and Ham, T.H.

A Department of Energy university summer associate program

40

140-141

Fetter, C.W.

Undergraduate preparation for graduate work in geology

40

6-8

McFadden, L.D., and Bull, W.B.

Presentation and acceptance of the 1991 Neil Miner Award

39

221-223

Evans, J.E.

Research-grant proposals as a class writing assignment in a graduate-level geology course

39

55

Bloch, E.

Food for thought

38

6-8

McBride, E.F., and Folk, R.F.

Robert L. Folk, Neil Miner awardee for 1989

37

33-35

Bair, J.H.

Linkages among top-ranked graduate programs in the geosciences

37

320

Powell, J.L.

Food for thought

35

47-48

Paull, R.A.

Presentation of the Neil Miner Award to L.R. Laudon

35

16-21

Pederson, D.T.

Education and employment in hydrogeology

34

293-294

Friedman, G.M.

The dilemma of the geoscientist

34

246-261

Simpson, C.

Determination of movement sense in mylonites

33

281-283

Bichteler, Julie

Library instruction for geology students

33

128-131

Dutch, Steven Ian

Pseudoglobes for the earth-science classroom

33

40-44

Kretz, R.

Calculation and illustration of uncertainty in geochemical analyses

32

310

Bull, W.B.

Tectonic geomorphology

32

236

Baker, V.R.

Planetary geomorphology

32

177

Brown, I.F.

Three techniques to help students teach themselves concepts in environmental geology

32

5

Carpenter, J.R.,

The crisis in science education: A challenge to NAGT

31

295-303

Jones, D.L., Howell, D.G., Coney, P.J., and Monger, H.W.H.

Recognition, character and analysis of tectonostratigraphic terranes in western North America

31

277-294

Oliver, J.

Exploring the geological structure of the continental crust

31

266-276

Graham, S.A.

Evolving concepts and teaching approaches in tectonics and sedimentation

31

256-265

Hatcher, R.D. Jr.

Incorporation of new and old tectonics concepts into a modern course in tectonics

31

145-146

Picard, M.D.

Up or out

30

65

Thornton, S.E.

Reply to G.M. Friedman letter

30

64-65

Friedman, G.M.

Careers in sedimentology - Industry vs academe (letter)

28

96-102

Schade, W.R., and Bartholomew, R.B.

Analysis of geology teaching assistant reaction to a training program using video-taped teaching episodes

28

83-85

Boyer, R.E., and Matthews, W.H. III

Report on AAPG industry- academic conference

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