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Saether, B. The use of information technology to enhance learning in geological field trips 50 528-538
Safko, J.L. Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based astronomy-for-teachers course 47 366-368
Sagan, C. Food for thought 47 226
Sagan, C. Food for thought 47 142
Sagan, C. Food for thought 48 705
Sagan, C. Food for thought 48 473
Sagan, C. Food for thought 48 324
Sagan, C. Food for thought 48 32
Sageman, B. Analogical thinking in geoscience education 58 2-13
Salierno, C. The development of student conceptions of the Earth-Sun relationships in an inquiry-based curriculum 53 422-431
Salisbury, D. A digital tectonic activity map of the earth 47 428-437
Salmon, R. Book review 47 297-298
Saltzman, J. Engaging first-grade students in a geoscience campus field trip 55 326-332
Salvage, K. "Watershed-based integration of hydrology, geochemistry, and geophysics in an environmental curriculum" 52 141-148
Salvage, K. Computational geology news and views - DOE fellowships to promote computational earth science 49 479
Sande, A.B. A problematic fossil brings paleontology to the classroom and the world 51 361-364
Sands, M.J. Online near-real-time seismic system for the classroom 52 182-185
Sanford, W.E. Book review 47 498
Santi, P.M. Preparing geologists for careers in engineering geology and hydrogeology 53 513-521
Sarchett, J. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Sarjeant, W.A.S. Can the decline of the Latin name be halted? 48 121-126
Sarris, T.S. An exercise in signal processing techniques 50 444-448
Sasowsky, I.D. Using information literacy standards to improve geoscience courses 51 490-495
Sautter, L.R. A model for teaching interdisciplinary science to precollege teachers 47 40-44
Sautter, M. The use of information technology to enhance learning in geological field trips 50 528-538
Sawyer, D.S. A data-rich exercise for discovering plate-boundary processes 53 65-74
Saydullaev, U. "Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, Tajikistan" 58 86-94
Scarth, A. Book reviews 48 545-548
Schafer, E. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Schafer, N. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Schatte, K.H. Book review 47 195-199
Schmidt, K.M. Book reviews 48 715-719
Schmidt, M.F. "Cover photograph of Baltoro glacier, Pakistan" 47 "409, 412"
Schmidt, M.F.Jr. "The H. Lee White Marine Museum (Oswego, NY)" 48 710
Schmitt, J.G. 1999 James Shea Award citation of John G. Horner 48 62-63
Schneiderman, J.S. A GIS class exercise to study environmental risk 49 227-234
Scholz, C. Book review 47 400-401
Schopfer, M. "Cover photographs and diagrams of dipping strata and their surface expression at Cloggerhead, north of Dublin, Ireland" 56 109-110
Schopfer, M.P.J. A Matlab Script for Visualizing Structure Contours and Outcrop Patterns in Three Dimensions 56 142-148
Schreiber, M. Increased student learning and attendance in resources geology through the combination of sentence-headline slides and active-learning measures 55 85-91
Schreiber, M.E. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Schuetz, J.W. An introduction to ground-water modeling using virtual reality modelling language (VRML) 51 506-511
Schumm, S.A. Active tectonics and alluvial rivers (reviewed) 49 413
Schuster, D. GPS: Geoscience Partnership Study 58 232`240
Schuster, D.A. Secondary students' subject matter representations of climate change 56 307-316
Schwartzman, D. "Life, temperature, and the Earth: The self-organizing biosphere (reviewed) " 49 407-408
Schweizer, D.M. An investigation of student engagement in a global-warming debate 53 75-84
Schwimmer, R.A. Synthesizing processs and pedagogy in the development of a field marine science course for K-8 teachers 56 399-400
Science, J.D. Qualitative analysis of college students' ideas about the Earth: Interviews and open-ended questionaires 53 17-26
Scott, G.F. Teaching Darcy's Law through hands-on experimentation 48 216-221
Sebetich, M.J. "Urban watershed studies - An off-campus site in the built environment, northern New Jersey" 52 411-415
Secco, R.A. A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching geology and outreach 48 24-29
Semken, S Cover photograph of Window Rock (AZ) 53 "145, 147"
Semken, S. VR excursions - Exploring Earth's environment 49 215-216
Semken, S. Sense of place and place-based introductory geoscience teaching for American Indian and Alaska native undergraduates 53 149-157
Semken, S. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Semken, S. "Exploring the social, moral, and temporal qualities of pre-service teachers' narratives of evolution" 53 456-461
Semken, S. Call for ideas for teaching geoscience 47 406
Semken, S. 2001 Neil Miner Award presented to J.B. Southard 50 221-223
Semken, S.C. Some great ideas for geoscience teachers 48 570
Semken, S.C. Rocks before terms and tables - From the concrete to the abstract 48 572
Shamatha, J. "Scientists and public outreach: Participation, motivations, and impediments" 53 281-293
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 47 454
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 47 188
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 48 691
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 48 468
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 48 149
Shamos, M.H. Food for thought 48 45
Shaner, A.J. Impact of backwards faded scaffolding in an astronomy course for pre-service elementary teachers based on inquiry 56 408-416
Shanker, A. Food for thought 48 241
Shaw, C. Global warming: the complete briefing (reviewed) 49 65-66
Shaw, P.R. Hallway mapping of magnetic reversals 48 585
Shea, J.H. Teaching the mathematics of radiometric dating 49 22-24
Shea, J.H. Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass 48 447-449
Shea, J.H. The most-cited articles in JGE's first 50 years 48 681
Shea, J.H. Milestones of JGE's first 50 years 48 680
Shea, J.H. "Columnists, Editorial-Board members, and a cartoonist - An appreciation" 48 679
Shea, J.H. An expression of appreciation to Frances Menden 48 679
Shea, J.H. Having students determine whether the Earth is only ten thousand or at least several billion years old 48 584
Shea, J.H. JGE's new Editor - Carl Drummond 48 567
Shea, J.H. Learning from students (editorial) 48 562
Shea, J.H. The continuing growth of irrationalism (editorial) 48 406
Shea, J.H. The science and religion wars (editorial) 48 389
Shea, J.H. Forty years of teaching geology [editorial] 48 258
Shea, J.H. Are textbooks full of disconnected facts? (editorial) 48 118
Shea, J.H. JGE begins fiftieth year of publication (editorial) 48 2
Shea, J.H. JGE seeks columnists 47 489
Shea, J.H. Should the philosophy of science by X-rated? (editorial) 47 410
Shea, J.H. Global warming (editorial) 47 310
Shea, J.H. Maps as educational tools (editorial) 47 210
Shea, J.H. "Education ""research"" at the annual meeting (editorial)" 47 110
Shea, J.H. The excitement of contemporary geology (editorial) 47 2
Sheehan, P.M. A model for integrating the public into scientific research 51 71-75
Shelito, B. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Shelton, J.S. Book review 47 195-199
Shepard, L. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Shepardson, D.P. "Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds" 53 381-386
Shepardson, D.P. Assessments as teaching and research tools in an environmental problem-solving program for in-service teachers 50 64-71
Sheppard, P.R. Environmental History of the Southwest as a General Science Education course 56 9
Sheppard, P.R. Environmental History of the Southwest as a General Science Education Course 56 212-219
Sheridan, S. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Sherin, B. The development of student conceptions of the Earth-Sun relationships in an inquiry-based curriculum 53 422-431
Sherman-Morris, K. "Introducing teachers to geospatial technology while helping them discover vegetation patterns in Owens Valley, California" 57 64-72
Sherman, D.M. Students and scientists test prototype Mars rover 51 29-34
Sherpa, J.M. The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research 51 39-47
Shimeld, J. Using a Modified Hele-Shaw Cell to Understand the Layering of Strata 56 172-178
Shipley, D.F. Analogical thinking in geoscience education 58 2-13
Shipp, S. A data-rich exercise for discovering plate-boundary processes 53 65-74
Shosa, J.D. Self-contained problem sets as a means of incorporating quantitative-skill development in existing introductory geoscience courses 48 427-430
Sibley, D.F. Visual abilities and misconceptions about plate tectonics 53 471-477
Sibley, D.F. "Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles" 55 138-146
Sibley, D.F. A novel approach to teaching and understanding transformations of matter in dynamic earth systems 57 233-241
Sibley, D.F. A cognitive framework for reasoning with scientific models 57 255-263
Siegel, D.I. Investigating earth science in urgan schoolyards [and local parks] 57 191-195
Siegel, D.I. Dye tracing through Sinks Canyon: Incorporating advanced hydrogeology into the University of Missouri's Geology Field Camp 55 197-201
Siegel, D.I. Contamination in Orangetown: A mock trial and site-investigation exercise 52 266-273
Sigurdson, D.R. "Student participation in an offshore seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes Fault, California continental borderland" 47 23-30
Silvernail, D. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Simandl, G. Forum on industrial minerals 48 521
Simms, M.J. Fossil crinoids (reviewed) 49 409-410
Simon, C. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Simpson, G.G. Food for thought 49 9
Sinclair, K.E. "Engaging students in atmospheric science: A university-high school collaboration in British Columbia, Canada" 57 128-136
Singer, J. "Commentary: the Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) program: What's new about the current solicitation and suggestions for the geosciences' community" 57 96-98
Singha, K. An Active Learning Exercise for Introducing Ground-Water Extraction from confined Aquifers 56 131-134
Skehan, J.W. Roadside geology of Massachusetts (reviewed) 50 111-112
Skinner, A.R. The Robert F. Kennedy Science Research Institute 51 21-28
Skinner, B. Food for thought 49 149
Slanina, J. Museum review 47 72-74
Slater, A. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Slater, S.J. Impact of backwards faded scaffolding in an astronomy course for pre-service elementary teachers based on inquiry 56 408-416
Slater, T.F. Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based astronomy-for-teachers course 47 366-368
Slater, T.F. Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher coursework 58 203-213
Slater, T.F. Impact of backwards faded scaffolding in an astronomy course for pre-service elementary teachers based on inquiry 56 408-416
Slater, T.F. Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards 48 39-45
Slattery, W. Supporting the standards: A master's degree program for K-12 teach professional development 51 285-289
Slattery, W. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Slattery, W. A multi-disciplinary earth systems course designed for pre-service middle-school teachers 55 218-221
Slattery, W. A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers 47 443-448
Slemmons, D.B. Geology underfoot in central Nevade (reviewed) 50 484
Sloan, H. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Smay, J.J. Increasing Learning in Introductory Geoscience courses Using Lecture Tutorials 56 280-290
Smith, C.H. Using a lens stereoscope for the first time 48 595-596
Smith, J.V. A classification scheme for industrial minerals and rocks 47 438-442
Smith, S.A. VR excursions - Exploring Earth's environment 49 215-216
Smith, S.V. "Developing and presenting geoscience interpretive programs t Nez Perce National Historical Park, Idaho" 53 294-296
Smosna, R. Toward the improvement of reasoning and writing skills in sedimentary geology 55 15-23
Snyder, C. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Soja, C. 2000 Neil Miner Award presented to K. Bork 50 225-226
Soja, C.M. Using an experiment in burial taphonomy to delve in the fossil record 47 31-38
Soja, C.M. Debating whether dinosaurs should be cloned from ancient DNA to promote cooperative learning in an introductory evolution course 49 150-157
Sokal, A. Food for thought 48 129
Soldo, E.G. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers 55 70-77
Solomon, R. A preliminary study of students' asking quantitative scientific questions for inquiry-based model experiments 53 432-443
Soreghan, G.S. A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology 47 135-142
Soreghan, L.S. A reservoir characterization case study for sedimentary geology 51 177-184
Soreghan, M.J. A reservoir characterization case study for sedimentary geology 51 177-184
Soreghan, M.J. A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology 47 135-142
Soule, S.A. Drawing contours on clay models - A ands-on introduction to topographic maps 48 596
Sowell, T. Food for thought 47 356
Sowell, T. Food for thought 47 294
Sowell, T. Food for thought 48 604
Spano, T. Teaching chemical speciation to environmental chemists and geochemists using Enviroland 50 549-552
Speece, M.A. Using new laboratory equipment for geoscience technical outreach 47 321-324
Speranza, P. The ongoing educational anomaly of earth science placement 51 424-430
Sposito, G. Book review 47 402-403
Sprenke, K.F. "Field trip to a galaxy far, far away" 48 280-283
Squyres, S.W. Students and scientists test prototype Mars rover 51 29-34
Srogi, L. Computational geology news and views 48 76
Srogi, L. A values framework for students to develop thoughtful attitudes about citizenship and stewardship 58 14-20
Srogi, L.A. The role of a shadow course in improving the mathematics skills of geoscience majors 48 474-478
Srogi, L.A. Building the quantitative skills of students in geoscience courses 48 409-412
St. John, K. Making geology relevant to non-science majors through the environmental site assessment project 51 431-435
St. John, K. Editorial - The evolution of JGE: Responding to our community's needs 57 165-167
St. John, Kristin Editorial: what role do geoscientists play in society 58 1
St. John, Kristin Editorial - Uncertainty is part of inquiry 58 51
Stamski, R.E. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Stanitski-Martin, D. A student-centered field project comparing nexrad and rain gauge precipitation values in mountainous terrain 50 296-302
Stanley, S.M. Acceptance of Shea Award 53 126-127
Stanley, S.M. 2004 NAGT and GSA geoscience education awards 53 124-129
Stassun, K.G. The Fisk-Vanderbilt masters-to-PhD bridge program: a model for broadening participation of underrepresented groups in the physical science through effective partnerships with minority-serving institutions 58 135-144
Stearns, R.G. "Six syllabi from the early years of American geological education, 1817-1838" 58 21-31
Stearns, R.G. Rise and Fall of Geology in Nineteenth Century American Secondary Schools: History and Textbook Reviews 56 33-53
Steer, D. Invitation for applicants for Jour. Geol. Ed. Editorship 56 110
Steer, D. Invitation for applicants for Jour. Geol. Ed. Editorship 56 2
Steer, D.N. How students think: Implications for learning in introductory geoscience courses 53 462-470
Steer, D.N. Challenging students' ideas about Earth's interior structure using a model-based conceptual-change approach in a large-class setting 53 415-421
Steer, D.N. Assessment and active learning strategies for introductory courses 51 205-216
Stelling, P. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Stewart, M.E. Using mobile mapping to determine rates of meander migration in an undergraduate geomorphology course 55 147-151
Stewart, M.E. A GIS class exercise to study environmental risk 49 227-234
Steyrer, H.-P. "Cover photographs and diagrams of dipping strata and their surface expression at Cloggerhead, north of Dublin, Ireland" 56 109-110
Stickler, C "Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, Tajikistan" 58 86-94
Stieglitz, R.D. Using available resources to enhance the teaching of hydrogeology 48 508-513
Still, C. Linking Physical Geography Education and Research Through the Development of an Environmental Sensing Network and Project-Based Learning 58 262-274
Stockwell, W.R. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
Stoffer, P. The ongoing educational anomaly of earth science placement 51 424-430
Stokes, A. Research in science education: Threshold concepts 55 434-438
Stracher, G. Computational geology news and views 48 76
Stracher, G. Building the quantitative skills of students in geoscience courses 48 409-412
Stracher, G.B. Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass 48 447-449
Stravers, J.A. Lessons learned from using a Web-based interactive landform-simulation model (WILSIM) in a general-education physical- geography course 53 489-493
Strom, S.S. Increasing diversity in the marine sciences through the minorities in marine scieence undergraduate program 51 474-480
Struble, J. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Stull, R.J. NAGT field trip to South Africa 48 160-166
Stull, R.J. Geological hazard assessment of the home 48 591-592
Sturkell, E. How true are geological maps? An exercise in geological mapping 56 297-301
Sulkin, S.D. Increasing diversity in the marine sciences through the minorities in marine scieence undergraduate program 51 474-480
Summer, T. Creating reusable educational components: Lessons from DLESE 50 25-30
Sunderlin, D. "Introducing teachers to geospatial technology while helping them discover vegetation patterns in Owens Valley, California" 57 73-81
Swanson, K. "Urban watershed studies - An off-campus site in the built environment, northern New Jersey" 52 411-415
Sweeney, W.J. Simulating a volcanic crisis in the classroom 50 410-418
Swope, R.J. A strategy for teaching an effective undergraduate mineralogy course 52 15-22
Sykes, C.J. Food for thought 47 176
Sytsma, R. "Environmental process analysis, 1: Residence time and first-order processes" 52 324-330
Szymanski, D.D. "Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles" 55 138-146

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