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Kadel, S.D. Geoscape: An instructional rock garden for inquiry-based cooperative learning exercises in introductory geology courses 51 171-176
Kagan, Y.Y. Food for thought 48 38
Kalb, J. Adventures in the bone trade (reviewed) 49 317
Kali, Y. The effect of an Earth-science learning program on students' scientific thinking skills 53 377-393
Kali, Y. A virtual journey within the rock cycle: A software kit for the development of systems thinking in the context of the Earth's crust 51 165-17
Kalvoda, J. Book reviews 48 249-250
Kammer, T.W. Incorporating hydrogeology in a mapping-based field camp 47 124-130
Kanagy, S.P. II Book review 47 500-501
Kane, S. Using trade books to teach about clay minerals 55 274-281
Kane, S.S. Using poetry to teach about minerals in earth-science class 52 10-14
Kaplan, D. "Development and evaluation of ""Where are we?"" map-skills software and curriculum " 49 249-266
Karel, C. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Karlstrom, K. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Kastens, K. "The DLESE community review system: Gathering, aggregating, and disseminating user feedback about the effectiveness of Web-based educational resources" 53 37-43
Kastens, K. Research in science education: The role of gestures in geoscience teaching and learning 56 362-368
Kastens, K. Commentary: Object and spatial visualization in geosciences 58 52-57
Kastens, K.A. Why some students have trouble with maps and other spatial representations 53 184-197
Kastens, K.A. "Development and evaluation of ""Where are we?"" map-skills software and curriculum " 49 249-266
Kawula, J.D. Geoscience encyclopedias and their potential for classroom instruction 51 51-52
Kawula, J.D. "Erratum for v. 51, p. 512-520" 52 97
Kean, W.F. Urban field geology for K-8 teachers 49 358-363
Kean, W.F. "Urban Earth science in Milwaukee, Wisconsin" 52 433-437
Keener-Chavis, P. A model for teaching interdisciplinary science to precollege teachers 47 40-44
Keller, C.K. A framework for integrating quantitative geologic problem solving into courses across the undergraduate geology curriculum 48 459-463
Keller, E.E. Book reviews 48 391
Kelley, P.H. Moonsnail project: A scientific collaboration with middle-school teachers and students 51 35-38
Kellogg, L.H. Introducing critical observation skills using NASA's Mars exploration program in a small introductory class 55 396-401
Kelly, G.J. "Earth Data, Science Writing and Peer Review in a Large General-Education Oceanography Class" 56 61-72
Kelly, G.J. Applying argumentation analysis to assess the quality of university oceanography students' scientific writing 50 40-48
Kelly, G.J. An investigation of student engagement in a global-warming debate 53 75-84
Kelso, P.R. Probing understanding in physical geology using concept maps and clinical interviews 53 263-270
Kelso, P.R. Introductory geology for elementary education majors utilizing a constructivist approach 49 450-453
Kennedy, W.A. Measuring the effects of a research-based field experience on undergraduates and K-1teachers 49 235-248
Kennelly, P.J. GIS applications to historical cartographic methods to improve the understanding and visualization of contours 50 428-436
Kennelly, P.J. Creating and sisplaying virtual silicate structures using geographic information systems 55 235-243
Kennelly, P.J. An online social networking approach to reinforce learning of rocks and minerals 57 33-40
Kenyon, P.M. Building quantitative skills in geoscience courses using homework assignments of increasing difficulty 48 418-422
Kershaw, S. "Oceanography, an earth science perspective (reviewed) " 49 411-412
Khan, S.A. Active-learning methods to improve student performance and scientific interest in a large introductory oceanography course 49 111-119
Killabarda, Z. Assessing the impact of geoscience laboratories on student learning: Who benefits from introductory labs? 58 43-50
Kimbrough, D.L. "Implementation of constructivist pedagogy in a geoscience course designed for pre-service K-6teachers: Progress, pitfalls, and lessons learned " 50 49-55
King, E.M. Research in science education: Threshold concepts 55 434-438
King, E.M. Integrating cathodoluminescence into an undergraduate course 55 426-433
King, E.M. Cover cathodoluminescence photomicrograph of clinopyroxene 55 345-346
Kinner, P.W. Stream tables and watershed geomorphology education 50 583-593
Kinzler, R. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Kirk, K.B. The Lifestyle Project 51 496-499
Kirkby, K. Fostering students' comprehension of topographic maps 55 5-16
Kirschner, D. Incorporating stable-isotope geochemistry in undergraduate laboratory courses 48 209-215
Kitts, K. The paradox of middle and high school students' attitudes towards science versus their attitudes about science as a career 57 159-164
Klein, G.D. Tsunami: The underrated hazard (reviewed) 50 484-485
Kloesel, K. Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science course 57 137-144
Kluge, S. Web-based interactive exercises for the Earth sciences 52 393-395
Klump, L.R. "Life, temperature, and the Earth: The self-organizing biosphere (reviewed) " 49 407-408
Knapp, E.P. Testing the waters: Can you involve community action in your college curriculum? 51 294-298
Knapp, E.P. An interdisciplinary approach to teaching introductory chemistry to geology students 51 481-483
Kneeshaw, T. The relationship between instructors' conceptions of geoscience learning and classroom practice at a research univeristy 57 264-274
Knefel, A.M.C. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Knight, C.C. How students think: Implications for learning in introductory geoscience courses 53 462-470
Knight, C.C. Challenging students' ideas about Earth's interior structure using a model-based conceptual-change approach in a large-class setting 53 415-421
Knox, J.A. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Knox, J.A. "Teaching weather forecasting in the ""forecast factory""" 48 579-580
Koleszar, A.M. Volcanoesin the classroom: A simulation of an eruption 53 173-175
Konen, M. New results from using a Web-based interactive landform simulation model (WILSM) in a general-education physical-geography course 55 423-425
Koning, A. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Kopaska-Merkel, D.G. Innovative funding of educational outreach by a state agency 49 146-149
Kortz, K.M. Barriers to college students learning how rocks form 57 300-315
Kotz, K.M. Increasing Learning in Introductory Geoscience courses Using Lecture Tutorials 56 280-290
Kovach, R.L. Earth's fury: An introduction to natural hazards and disasters 51 536-537
Kovacs, T.A. Weather and climate course design for education majors with and without science majors 56 440-444
Kresan, D. Cover photograph of Waterpocket Fold UT 48 "561,566"
Kresan, P.L. "Cover photograph of Kenai Glacier, Alaska" 47 "1, 4"
Kresan, P.L. Cover photograph of cross-bedded Navajo Sandstone in Utah 47 "209, 212"
Kristjansson, L. Iceland spar: The Helgustadir calcite locality and its influence on the development of science 50 419-427
Krockover, G.H. Integration of field observations with laboratory modeling for understanding hydrologic processes in an undergraduate Earth-science course 48 514-521
Kuiper, Y.D. The Dry-Erase Cube: Making Three-Dimensional Visualization Easy 56 261-268
Kunkel, J.R. Book reviews 48 103-104
Kurdziel, J.P. "Research methodologies in science education: Undergraduate research mentoring, teacher workshops, and K-1outreach activities " 50 602-609
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: Training graduate teaching assistants to teach 51 347-351
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: the qualitative-quantitative debate 50 78-86
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: Students' ideas about the nature of science 50 322-329
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: qualitative data 50 195-20
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: Mental models and cognition in education 51 121-126
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: Human subjects and education research 52 199-204
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education: Gender and the geosciences 51 446-452
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education - Assessing student's alternative conceptions 49 378-383
Kurdziel, J.P. Research methodologies in science education 49 300-304
Kurdziel, J.P. College student conceptions of geological time and the disconnect between ordering and scale 55 413-422
Kurfis, J. Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects 51 365-37
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachersHurricanes and energy 48 706-707
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers: thinking about computer-based learning 49 467-469
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers: thinking about computer-based learning 49 314-317
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers: thinking about computer-based learning 49 212-214
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers: Teaching geoscience through literature 47 185-188
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers: Learning from the fossil record 47 390-392
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - Looking for evidence of plate tectonics 47 490-491
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - It's about time 48 370-372
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - glaciers 48 553-554
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege teacher - Diving into ocean science 48 98-99
Kusnick, J. The STRATegy column for precollege science teachers - Expanding professional horizons 47 87-88
Kusnick, J. Growing pebbles and conceptual prisms - Understanding the source of student misconceptions about rock formation 50 31-39
Kuthy, J. Museum review 47 72-74
Kvaale, E.P. "The art, history, and geoscience of Hindostan whetstone gravestones in Indiana" 48 337-342
Kvale, K.F. A laboratory exercise on determining dinosaur speeds using dimensional analysis 48 342-347

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