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

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 39-45 Adams, J.P. and slater, T.F.
    Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards
48 706-707 Kusnick, J.
    The StrATegy Column for precollege teachers: Hurricanes and energy
48 667-672 Messina, P.
    Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools
48 658-661 Domack, C.W.
    A service-learning component in a paleontology course as a model for community outreach by geology students
48 636-640 Chang, C.-Y.
    Enhancing tenth graders' earth-science learning through computer -assisted instruction
48 631-635 Gosselin, D.C., Lowrey, S., and Meyer, S.J.
    Process-oriented environmental-change curriculum-development workshops
48 576 Mattox, S.R.
    Teaching the basics about volcanoes to K-16 students
48 553-554 Kusnick, J.
    The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Jus how glacial are glaciers
48 532 Vacher, H.L.
    NCTM rolls out Principles and Standards
48 521 Van Norden, W.
    A proposal to science educators for advanced-placement geology
48 370-372 Kusnick, J.
    The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teachers - It's about time
48 321-324 Mieras, B.L.
    Linking art and geology for geoscience and educators through geoart
48 Shanker, A.
    Food for thought
48 Hirsch, E.D.
    Food for thought
48 84-89 Anonymous
    1999 Outstanding Earth-Science Teacher awards
48 46-56 Hodder, P.W. and Otrel-Case, K.
    An interactive, process-oriented geoscience exhibition
48 24-29 Dillon, D.L., Hicock, S.R., Secco, R.A., and Tsujita, C.J.
    A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching and outreach
    Enhancing tenth graders' earth-science learning through computer -assisted instruction

47

5-7

Wagner, J.R.

   

A retrospective trip through time - 1998 NAGT Presidential address

47

12-16

Gosselin, D.C., Feurer, R., Frack, S.,Musson, A., Mayo, L., Karel, C., Schafer, E., Snyder, C., Sarchett, J., Alfieri, M.L.

   

The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication project

47

23-30

Francis, R.D., Sigurdson, D.R., Legg, M.R., Grannell, R.B., and Ambos, E.L.

   

Student participation in an offshor seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes fault, California continental borderland

47

39

Huffman, S.

   

Do high-school earth-science/geology courses satisfy university science admission requairements

47

40-44

Sautter, L.R., Keener-Chavis, P., and Jessen, A.L.

   

A model for teaching interdisciplinary science to precollege teachers

47

76-80

1998 Outstanding earth-science teacher awards

47

87-88

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Expanding professional horizons

47

185

The StrATegy Column for precollege teachers - Teaching geoscience through literature

47

248

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

47

255-260

Mattox, S.R.

   

An exercise in forecasting the next Mauna Loa eruption

47

321-324

Speece, M.A.

   

Using new laboratory equipment for geoscience technical outreach

47

331-335

Chang, C.-Y., Hua, H.-P., and Barufaldi, J.P.

   

Earth science student attitudes toward a constructivist teaching approach in Taiwan

47

349

Cromer, A.

   

Food for thought

47

366-368

Slater, T.F., Safko, J.L., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based astronomy-for-teachers course

47

390-392

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Learning from the fossil record

47

443-448

Slattery, W., Becker, M.J., and Plank, C.

   

A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers

47

449-454

Nottis, K.E.

   

Using analogies to teach plate-tectonics concepts

47

490-491

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teacher - Looking for evidence of plate tectonics

46

528

Clemmitt, S.

   

National Science-Education Standards

46

507-510

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Digging deeper into mining

46

488-493

Rye, J.A.

   

Understanding the role of chlorofluorocarbons in global atmospheric change

46

478

Sowell, T.

   

Food for thought

46

464

Sykes, C.J.

   

Food for thought

46

395-397

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Mining for education resources on mineral resources

46

368-373

Zappo, L.E.

   

A demographic survey relevant to earth-science teachers as mentors and role models for minority students

46

363-367

Mao, S.-L., Chang, C.-Y., and Barufaldi, J.P.

   

Inquiry teaching and its effects on secondary-school students' learning of earth science concepts

46

288-291

Kusnick, Judi

   

The StrATegy Column for precollege science teachers - Inquiring into sand

46

237

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

46

195-198

Kusnick, Judi

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - exploring weathering

46

157-163

Panno, S.V., Hackley, K.C., and Nuzzo, V.A.

   

Teaching multidisciplinary environmental science in a wetland setting

46

103-104

McGuire, Thomas

   

Teaching, learning, and national standards

46

41-44

Tucker, D.R., Tucker, M.R., and Rieck, W.A.

   

A cooperative learning exercise using glacial gravels

46

28-29

Manner, B.M.

   

Academic preparation and confidence level of elementary-school science teachers

45

117-122

Murray, J.J.

   

Ethnogeology and its implications for the aboriginal geoscience curriculum

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

44

584-590

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - The just-right planet

44

529-534

Kastens, K.A., VanEsselstyn, D., and McClintock, R.O.

   

An interactive multimedia tool for helping students "translate" from maps to reality and vice versa

44

457-460

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - "... And to your left is Valhalla"

44

451-456

Conrad, S.H.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1995

44

373-378

Brunkhorst, B.J.

   

Assessing student learning in undergraduate geology courses by correlating assessment with what we want to teach

44

361-365

Glenn, W.H.

   

Integrating teaching about the Little Ice Age with history, art, and literature

44

327-333

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers -Charting global climate change

44

277-293

Everitt, C.L., Good, S.C., and Pankiewicz, P.R.

   

Conceptualizing the inconceivable by depicting the magnitude of geological time with a yearly planning calendar

44

259-261

Slattery, W.A.

   

A course for training preservice elementary teachers in the content and processes of earth science

44

245-250

Dutch, S.I.

   

The standard model for reform in science education does not work

44

207-211

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Views of Jupiter from Galileo to Galileo

44

183-188

Edgett, K.S., and Christensen, P.R.

   

K-12 education outreach program initiated by a university research team for the Mars global surveyor thermal emission spectrometer project

44

84-88

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Make your own paper trilobite

44

538

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

44

93

Anonymous

   

Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer teaching positions

43

552-555

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: getting caught in the web; getting taught on the Web

43

540-541

Merino, E.

   

Writing good middle-school science textbooks

43

510-516

Blackwell, B.A., and Durocher, S.E.

   

A polot program for university outreach in Windsor, Ontario, Canada

43

445

McKinney, K.

   

Do you use fossils to teach K-12 science?

43

408-412

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - hot spots, plumes, and plate motion

43

395-400

Mayer, V.J., Fortner, R.W., and Hoyt, W.H.

   

Using cooperative learning as a structure for Earth Systems Education workshops

43

366-370

Schweitzer, J.

   

Use of learning stations as a strategy for teaching concepts by active-learning methods

43

297

Davies, G.K.

   

Food for thought

43

273-276

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege earth science teachers - a look at seismic sleuths

43

266-272

Bykerk-Kauffman, A.

   

Geoflicks reviewed - films about dinosaurs

43

227-229

Kopaska-Merkel, D.C.

   

Making an ice core

43

176-179

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy CILUMN for precollege science teachers: comets, collisions, and craters

43

158-166

Anonymous

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1994

43

128-131

Manner, B.M

   

Field studies benefit students and teachers

43

121-127

Kern, E.L. and Carpenter, J.R.

   

A highly successful science and mathematics enhancement effort for grades K-6

43

114-120

Mattox, S.R. and Babb, J.L.

   

Seismology demonstrations and activities for inservice training of K-12 teachers in areas of high seismic risk

43

102

Shea, J.H.

   

National science education standards (editorial)

43

60-63

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: volcanic activity

43

26-29

Gosselin, D.C., Mohlman, D.R., Belohlavy, F.V., Matherne, A.M., and Wright, J.L.

   

The Nebraska earth science education network initiative

43

15-19

Carpenter, J.R. and Astwood, P.M.

   

Components of a successful professional-assistance program for earth-science teachers

42

495-501

Stofflet, R.T.

   

Conceptual change in elementary-school teacher candidate knowledge of rock-cycle processes

42

485-490

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers

42

448-452

April, R.H.

   

An NSF-funded curriculum iniative designed to attract minority students to geology

42

420-423

Gunckel, K.L.

   

Research-based geology and paleontology education for elementary- and secondary-school students

42

377-380

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, tree rings, time and transition

42

351-357

Martin, L.E., Carpenter, J.R., Ryan, J.M., and Astwood, P.M.

   

Evaluation of an advanced earth-science-seminar series for earth-science teacher-resource agents

42

282-285

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, rock-cycle sagas

42

258-260

Hanley, T.B.

   

Participating in an environmental workshop for middle-school teachers at Keystone Science School

42

245-248

Anderson, W.I., and Cooney, T.M.

   

An update conference for earth science teachers – experiences at the University of Northern Iowa

42

206

Hemenway, M.K.

   

Announcement of astronomy program for precollege teachers

42

176-179

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, exploring density differences

42

134-140

Bezzi, A. and Happs, J.C.

   

Belief systems as barriers to learning in geological education

42

98

Searle, H.

   

1994 Summer institutes for high-school teachers

42

97

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

42

64-68

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, river resources

42

50-62

Macdonald, R.H.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1993

41

508-510

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: watershed wisdom

41

497-499

Nesterov, E.M.

   

Geoscience education in old and new Russia

41

445-446

Manner, B.M., and Corbett, R.G.

   

Grand Canyon experience inspires teachers of various disciplines

41

345-351

Carlson, G.R., and Simons, J.C.

   

Analysis of project catalyst: A comprehensive multi-year earth-science teacher-education program

41

339-344

Carpenter, J.R., Astwood, P.M., Ryan, J.M., Smith, K., and Wideman, I.

   

An overview of the South Carolina Earth-Science-Resources Project

41

338

Lederman, L.M.

   

Food for thought

41

332-338

McGehee, T.L., Bible, E.M., Harr, T.L., and Cannon, G.S.

   

Junior rockhounds of south Texas

41

328-331

Pauline, R.F.

   

Teaching geologic mapping to high-school seniors

41

318-323

King, C.J.H.

   

Earth science in the National curriculum of England and Wales

41

315-317

Coble, C., Weaver, H.P., and Auito, R.

   

The Scope, Sequence, and Coordination of secondary-school science (SS&C) in North Carolina

41

304-311

Carpenter, J.R.

   

An overview of geoscience education reform in the United States

41

294-296

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teachers: foliated food

41

219-221

Simons, J.C., and Carlson, G.R.

   

Evaluation of an earth-science-teacher inservice program by the performance of the students of participating teachers

41

208-218

Rischbieter, M.O., Ryan, J.M., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Use of microethnographic strategies to analyze some affective aspects of learning-cycle-based minicourses in paleontology for teachers

41

177-180

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: earthquake wave dance

41

79

Kanat, L., and Agne, R.

   

NAGT special event for K-12 science teachers

41

75-78

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers So what if it's a graywacke?

41

64-74

Macdonald, R.H.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers – 1992

41

32-34

McQueen, K.G., Munson, J.M., Perkin, D.J., and Lewis, G.B.

   

A geoscience education liaison network in the Australian Capital Territory

41

28

Swartz, C.

   

Food for thought

41

2

Shea, J.H.

   

Great Expectations (Editorial)

40

427-429

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: a space science sampler

40

348

Stout, D.L.

   

CESE and the crisis in science education

40

338-342

Metzger, E.P., and Gordon, L.C.

   

The StrATegy column for precollece science teachers: The nitty gritty of sand

40

228-232

Gibson, G.G., Gibson, B.O., Ortiz, A., and Teeter, S.A.

   

In-service field-oriented earth science programs for the precollege teacher that make a difference

40

227

Swartz, C.

   

Food for thought

40

216-221

Martin, L.E., Ryan, J.M., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Improving teacher attitudes toward science and increasing their knowledge of earth science

40

215

Stadum, C.J.

   

Geology demonstrations on an overhead projector

40

209-214

Schoon, K.J.

   

Students' alternative conceptions of earth and space

40

204-208

Rauber, A.

   

Downsizing a dinosaur excavation

40

194-203

Sander, P.M., and Gee, C.T.

   

A volunteer-powered dinosaur excavation in the upper triassic of Switzerland

40

180

Stout, D.L.

   

1990 Presidential Awards

40

156-163

Brown, C.Q.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1991

40

139

Tobias, S.

   

Food for thought

40

135-139

Glenn, W.H.

   

Introduction of the concepts of plate tectonics into secondary-school earth science textbooks

40

118

Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci.

   

Food for thought

40

115-177

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers

40

104-108

Hoff, D.B., and Leiker, P.S.

   

A national teacher network to improve earth science teaching

40

93

 
   

Summer 1992 program for leadership in Earth Systems Education workshops

40

89-91

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy Column for precollege science teachers

40

66-73

Mayer, V.J., Armstrong, R.E., Barrow, L.H., Brown, S.M., Crowder, J.N., Fortner, R.W., Graham, M., Hoyt, W.H., Humphris, S.E., Jax, D.W., Shay, E.L., and Shropshire, K.L.

   

The role of planet earth in the new science curriculum

40

49-52

Metzger, E.P., and Geary, E.E.

   

The Bay Area Earth Science Institute - A practical model for improving science literacy

40

4-5

Stout, D.L.

   

Anomalies in geoscience education - 1991 NAGT Presidential address

39

443

Stadum, C.J.

   

Far Western OEST

39

423-427

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W.II

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? and other questions asked and answered

39

376-378

Stout, D.L.

   

Science exhibitions promote college and community interaction

39

358

Bliss, V.

   

Science teachers invited to geology meeting

39

349-353

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W.II

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? And other questions asked and answered

39

331-332

Nappi, C.R.

   

On mathematics and science education in the US and Europe

39

270,

Stout, D.L.

   

President's message - Progress in the geosciences at the national level

39

265-266

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W.II

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? and other questions asked and answered

39

247-253

Brown, C.Q.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1990

39

203

Paulos, J.A.

   

Food for thought

39

176-177

Jones, B.W.B.

   

Writing-to-learn assignments for secondary-school earth-science classes

39

174-175

Millette, P.M.

   

Real-world writing in as secondary-school earth-science class

39

169-170

Macdonald, R.H.

   

Cover photo of fossil right whale being excavated from the Pliocene Yorktown Formation, Hampton, VA.

39

165

SEPM

   

Guide for helping precollege teachers

39

163-165

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W. II

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? and other questions asked and answered

39

142-145

Palmer, A.R.

   

What should my neighbor (and thus every high-school graduate) know about the geosciences?

39

126

Green, K.C.

   

Food for thought

39

122-126

Davies, D.J.

   

Revel in geology! Geological science education for the entire community

39

118-120

Gibbs, J.A.

   

The American Association of Petroleum Geologists and geoscience education

39

117-118

Ireton, F.W.

   

The National Earth Science Teachers Association (NESTA) and geoscience education

39

113-117

Ostrom, M.E.

   

State geological surveys and geoscience education

39

111-112

Curtis, D.M.

   

The Geological Society of America's "Science Awareness Through Geoscience Education" (SAGE) Program

39

108-110

Brunkhorst, B.J.

   

The National Science Teachers Association and geoscience education

39

106-108

Suiter, M.

   

The Association of Woman Geoscientists and geoscience education

39

103-104

Groat, C.G.

   

The American Geological Institute and geoscience education

39

101-102

Roberts, S.M.

   

The Association of Earth Science Editors and precollege geoscience education

39

95-98

Peck, D.L.

   

Role of the federal government in geoscience education

39

92-94

Harrison, C.

   

The role of the American Geophysical Union in geoscience education

39

89-92

Stout, D.L.

   

The National Association of Geology Teachers and its role in geoscience education

38

460-462

Lopes, M.M.

   

Contribution of Brazilian science museums to geological education

38

458-460

Dineley, D.L.

   

The role of earth sciences in secondary schools in England and Wales

38

452-456

Markovics, G.

   

The Victoria (Australia) Certificate of Education (VCE) in geology for senior secondary-school students

38

444-445

Carpenter, J.R.

   

IGC Symposium summary

38

280-283

Tunley, A.T.

   

The Alaska Minerals Program is an Alliance that Works

38

267-271

Brown, C.Q.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1989

38

266

Geary, E.E., and Metzger, E.

   

1990 summer workshop for secondary-school earth and physical science educators - San Jose State

38

229-233

Winter, J.H., and Yasso, W.E.

   

A survey of state-level earth science programs in the United States

38

225-228

Yoxall, W.H.

   

An earth science process centre

38

219-222

Feazel, C.T., and Aram, R.B.

   

Teaching the teachers - a regional approach to nationwide problems in precollege science education

38

213-215

Birnbaum, S.J., Morris, A.P., and McDavid, D.A.

   

Improving earth-science education through1 teacher-enhancement programs

38

204-207

Corbett, R.G., Manner, B.M., and Quick, T.J.

   

Reaching the best high-school sophomores and juniors with a three-week research-based summer program in geochemistry

38

193

Parker, R.B.

   

Art as a major source of incorrect information in secondary-school earth-science textbooks

38

191-192

Williams, J.W.

   

Self preservation forces program reconsideration in geology departments

38

172-173

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W. III

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? And other question asked and answered

38

75

Miscellaneous announcements

38

72-73

Stenstrom, R.C.

   

NAGT participation in the Earth Science Alliance

38

4-5

Nuhfer, E.B.

   

Anyone can teach earth science

37

327-331

Emiliani, C.

   

The role of the geological sciences in science education

37

317-320

Wells, N.A.

   

Using the illogic of creationism to teach the logic of science

37

314-316

Yurkovich, S.P., Johnson, P.G., and Arden, J.M.

   

Using computer telecommunications to improve earth-science education at middle and secondary schools

37

312-313

Kolesar, P.T.

   

Role of geology in science teaching

37

306,358

Shea, J.H.

   

A new test of plate tectonics

37

147-148

Moody, J.B.

   

Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation Outstanding Educator Award to Maria Louisa Crawford

37

78,129

Greenberg, J.K.

   

Crumbling foundations

37

68-69

Collins, L.G.

   

Far Western Section Spring Conference

37

24-26

Stokes, W.L.

   

Creationism and the dinosaur boom

37

18-19

Mathison, C.

   

Checklist for content of introductory courses

37

13-17

Orion, N.

   

Development of a high-school geology course based on field trips

37

364

Heilbron, J.L, and Kevles, D.J.

   

Food for thought

37

320

Powell, J.L.

   

Food for thought

37

116

Cox, D.C.

   

Announcement of Mt. St. Helens workshop

37

93

Elliston, J.

   

Food for thought

37

68

O'Connor, J.V.

   

Eastern Section field conference

37

53

Baird, R.A.

   

Handy technical writing dictionary

37

26

Moore, J .A.

   

Food for thought

37

23

Rensberger, B., and Vobejda, B.

   

Food for thought

36

191-193

Brown, C.Q.

   

Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1987

36

177-181

Schwartz, M.J.

   

An 800-mile, 38-day field trip for high-school students

36

134

Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and Thompson, K.W.

   

Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986

36

56

National Science Foundation

   

Food for thought

36

19-23

Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and Thompson, K.W.

   

Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986

36

9-10

Reiter, P.J., and Penick, J.E.

   

Eight exemplary earth-science programs

35

260-262

Gibson, G.G.

   

Partners in earth-science education

35

178

Mayer, V.J.

   

NAGT earth science activities book

35

177-178

Dyreng, I.

   

Tentative list of field excursions for Salt Lake City meeting

35

174-175

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary school earth science: A column for teachers

35

155-157

Archbold, N.L.

   

Inexpensive laboratory model with many applications

35

133

McKown, D.B.

   

Food for thought

35

129

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

35

126-129

Barker, G.K.

   

Interfacing the Lehman seismograph with an Apple computer

35

124-125

Kroll, R.L.

   

Construction modifications of the Lehman seismograph

35

118

Krzyszton, P.

   

Polish teacher requests assistance

34

312-314

Tormey, B.B.

   

Amer.-Canad. effort in geoscience education

34

110-113

Tunley, A.T.

   

Science achievement in high-school geology

34

282

Census Burl

   

Food for thought

34

215

Verdon, A.J. Jr.

   

Secondary-school earth science - a column

34

205

Christman, R.A.

   

Call for original laboratory exercises

34

60

Verdon, A.J. Jr.

   

Scientists, educators meet

33

296-297

Christman, Robert

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

33

257

Mayer, Victor J.

   

NAGT Earth Science Activities Book

33

257

Verdon, Andrew J. Jr.

   

Urgent call for the best original laboratory exercise in earth science

33

253-254

Christman, Robert

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

33

227-236

Watterson, Karen

   

Earth-science software in the public domain

33

206

Mayer, Victor J.

   

NAGT Earth Science Activities Book

33

141-142

Hamilton, Dick

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

33

131

Darling-Hammond, Linda

   

Food for thought

33

126-127

Wiley, David, and Humphreys, Donald W.

   

The geology field trip in ninth-grade earth science

33

70

Sonnier, Isadore L.

   

Earth science in secondary schools

33

70

Radke, Harvey H.

   

Secondary-school teachers and NAGT

33

11-13

Carpenter, J.R., Exline, J.D., and Jones, B.W.

   

Earth-science teachers honored in presidential awards program

32

346

Anonymous

   

NAGT cooperates in NSTA Teacher Honor Workshop Program

32

337

Unklesbay, A.G.

   

Is it our fault?

32

331

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

265

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

191

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

179

Tunley, A.T.

   

A placer-gold evaluation exercise

32

139

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

89

Ault, C.R. Jr.

   

The everyday perspective and exceedingly unobvious meaning

32

68

Stonehouse, H.

   

National Earth Science Teachers Association

32

62

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

5

Carpenter, J.R.,

   

The crisis in science education: A challenge to NAGT

31

393-394

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

389

Anonymous

   

Food for thought

31

378

Sommer, J.

   

Food for thought

31

374

Kilpatrick, J.J.

   

Food for thought

31

358-361

Sheldon, D.S., Wielert, J.S., and Philp, C.F.

   

A leadership model for university geology department teacher inservice programs

31

336

Christman, R.

   

Secondary-school earth science - a column for teachers

31

245-246

Christman, R.

   

Secondary-school earth science - a column for teachers

31

197-199

Agnew, J.D.

   

Confidence levels of earth science teachers

31

165

Anonymous

   

Footprints in the mind

31

164

Suttner, L.J.

   

Response to Mayer letter

31

164-165

Carpenter, J.R.

   

Ltr. - NAGT and secondary-school teachers

31

163-164

Mayer, V.J.

   

Letter- Whither NAGT?

31

162

Christman, R.

   

Secondary-school earth science - a column for teachers

31

79-82

Wielert, J.S.

   

The creation-evolution debate as a model of issue polarization

31

59

NAGT Executive Committee

   

Resolution (on science teaching in the secondary schools)

31

4

Suttner, L.J.

   

President's Letter

30

322-323

Way, J.

   

OEST 1982

30

313-314

Christman, R.A.

   

Ashfall in Washington - Courtesy of Mount St. Helens

30

312

Mayer, V.J.

   

The NAGT earth science activities book

30

310-311

Anguita, F.

   

A symposium on geology teaching in Spain

30

304-309

Ault, C.R. Jr.

   

Time in geological explanations as perceived by elementary-school students

30

283-286

Coash, J.R.

   

Geological education since GEO-Study

30

281

Stoever, E.C.

   

Crustal Evolution Education Project

30

120

Handler, P.H.

   

Food for thought

30

4-5

Shea, J.H.

   

"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial

29

255-256

Picard, M.D.

   

R.L. Brown: science teacher

29

121-127

Bokuniewicz, H.J.

   

Monitoring seasonal beach responses: an educational and public service program

29

76-82

Stallings, E.S., Astwood, P.M., Carpenter, J.R., and Fitzpatrick, Henry B.

   

Effects of two contrasting teaching strategies in an investigative earth science course for elementary-education majors

29

74-75

Folkomer, T.H.

   

Comparison of three methods of teaching geology in junior high school

28

244-248

Leveson, D.

   

Uniformitarianism and its alternatives

28

238-243

Boyd, H.W., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Attitudinal changes associated with a remedial resource room for introductory geology

28

83-85

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

   

Report on AAPG industry- academic conference

28

72-77

Matthias, G.F., and Snyder, E.B.

   

The Croton - Yorktown model of individualized earth science

28

55

Heller, R.L., and Ridky, R.W.

   

(Letter to state superintendents of instruction)

28

54-55

Matthews, W.H. III

   

Message to sections regarding status of earth science in secondary schools

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