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A Comparison of the Performance of Online versus Traditional On-Campus Earth Science Students On Identical ExamsWerhner, M.J.58310-312
Peer Instruction and Lectire Tutorials Equally Improve Student Learning in Introductory Geology ClassesMora, G.58286-296
Perceptions of the Nature of Science by Geoscience Students Experiencing Two Different Courses of StudyNadelson, L.S. & Viskupic, K.58275-285
Linking Physical Geography Education and Research Through the Development of an Environmental Sensing Network and Project-Based LearningRoberts, D. & others58262-274
Incorporating a watershed-based summary field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology courseFryar, A.E. & others58214-220
Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher courseworkGosselin, D.C. & others58203-213
A comparative analysis of onling learning materials aimed toward integrating Great Lakes science into the K-8 classroomEidietis, L. & others58188-196
The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoesParham, T.L. Jr. & others58177-187
Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science coursePearce, A.R. & others58145-154
Commentary: A summary and analysis of twenty-seven years of geoscience conceptions researchCheek, K.A.58122-134
Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciencesHallar, A.G. & others5895-100
Assessing the impact of geoscience laboratories on student learning: Who benefits from introductory labs?Nelson, K.G. & others5843-50
Increasing diversity in the geosciences: Recruitment programs and student self-efficacyBaber, L.D. & others5832-42
Coupled collaborative in-class activities and individual follow-up homework promote interactive engagement and improve student learning outcomes in a college-level environmental-geology courseArthurs, L. & Templeton, A.57356-371
Teaching urban highol students global climate change information and graph interpretation skills using evidence from the scientific literatureRule, A.C. and Meyer, M.A.57335-347
Calibrated peer-review assignments for the earth sciencesRudd, J.A. and others57328-334
Barriers to college students learning how rocks formKortz, K.M. & Murray, D.P.57300-315
Thai university students' prior knowledge about P-waves generated during particle motionRakkapao, S. & others57286-299
Students' geocognition of deep time conceptualized in an informal educational settingClary, R.M. & others57275-285
The relationship between instructors' conceptions of geoscience learning and classroom practice at a research univeristyMarkley, C.T. & others57264-274
Characterizing and improving spatial visualization skillsTitus, S. & Horsman, E.57242-254
Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interfaceBickmore, B.R. & others57178-190
What undergraduates think about clouds and fogRapport, E.D.57145-151
Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science coursePalmer, M.H. & others57137-144
Engaging students and evaluating learning progress using collaborative exams in introductory coursesEaton, T.T.57113-120
Introducing teachers to geospatial technology while helping them discover vegetation patterns in Owens Valley, CaliforniaSherman-Morris, K. and others5764-72
Using problem-based learning to bring the workplace into the classroomDadd, K.A.571-10
Effective Materials for Increasing Young Children's Spatial and Mapping SkillsRule, A.C.565-14
To Attract, Engage, Mentor, and Sustain:Outcomes from Minority Students Pursuing Higher Degrees of Sucess (MSPHDs) in Earth System Science Pilot Project Pyrtle, A.J., and Williamson Whitney, V.A.5624-32
Fudge Factors in Lessons on Crystallization, Rheology, and Morphology of Basalt Lava FlowsRust, A.C. and others5673-80
Assessment of a Weather-Forecasting Contest in Multi-Leveled Meteorolgy ClassesHilliker, J.56160-165
Just-in-Time teaching (JiTT) Improves Students' Performance in Classes - Adaptation of JiTT in Four Geography CoursesLuo, W. 56166-171
The Effect of using Inquiry and Multiple Representations on Introductory Geology Students' Conceptual Model Development of Coastal EutrophicationMcNeal, K.S. and others56201-211
Integrating Topics in an Introductory Hydrogeology Course through a Semester-Long Hydraulic Containment DesignNeupauer, R.56225-234
Geoscience Coneptual Knowledge of Preservice Elementary teachers: Results from the Geoscience Concept InventoryPetcovic, H.L. and Ruhf, R.J.56251-260
Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST ModelMacdonald, M. and others56269-279
Increasing Learning in Introductory Geoscience Courses Using Lecture TutorialsKotz, K.M. and others56280-290
The Earth's Record of Climate: A Focused-Topic Introductory Course Theissen, K.M. 56342-353
SATELLITES: Students and Teachers Exploring Local Landscapes to Interpret the Earth from SpaceLambert, J. and others56383-393
Impact of Backwards Faded Scaffolding in an Astronomy Course for Pre-Service Elementary Teachers Based on InquirySlater, S.J., and others56408-416
Designing and Implementing Earth Science Courses for a New Integrated Science Program for K-8 TeachersMattox, S. and others56417-421
Enhancement of Geology Content Knowledge through Field-Based Instruction for Preservice Elementary TeachersTretinjak, C.A. and Riggs, E.M.56422-433
An Earth Science Course for Preservice Elementary TeachersTotten, I.M.56456-465
Student evaluation of cities' hazards and benefits for company relocation: An introductory geology class project in educated citizenship Bertog, J.L. 55 28-35
The problem with using problem-based learning to teach middle-school earth/space science in a high-stakes testing society Nowak, J.A. 55 62-66
Building a community of teacher learners in an earth/environmental science professional development opportunity Dawkins, K.R. and Kickerson, D.L. 55 67-71
Increased student learning and attendance in resources geology through the combination of sentence-headline slides and active-learning measures Alley, M. & others 55 85-91
Teaching geology in the field: Significant geoscience concept gains in entirely field-based introductory geology courses Elkins, J.T. and Elkins, M.L. 55 126-132
Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles Sibley, D.F. & others 55 138-146
Teaching the nitrogen cycle and human-health interactions Townsend, M. & others 55 158-168
A course to meet the nature of science and inquiry standards within an authentic service-learning experience Owens, K. and Foos, A. 55 211-217
Earth science mini lessons: A service-learning strategy for improving attitudes toward science of preservice elementary teachers Thompson, K. and others 55 158-168
Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists Hanks, C. and others 55 244-250
A standards-based curriculum for clay science Rule, A.C. & Guggenheim, S. 55 257-266
Seventh-grade students learn about the use of clays in everyday products Dubey, M. & Rule, A.C. 55 282-288
Project-based learning approach to shale diagenesis: A better avenue to the big picture Totten, I.M. & Totten, M.W.Sr. 55 289-294
Weathering of ignesous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks in a semi-arid climate - Clay mineralogy in a geological-engineering context Harrison, W.J. & Wendlandt, R.F. 55 295-309
Preservice elementary-school teachers' ideas about clays Rule, A.C. 55 310-320
Preservice elementary-school teachers' images of clay scientists Rule, A.C. & others 55 321-325
Engaging first-grade students in a geoscience campus field trip Saltzman, J. & Paytan, A. 55 326-332
Diagnostic testing of introductory geology students Cervato, C. & others 55 357-363
Using on-campus monitoring wells to enhance student learning in geo-hydrology courses Iqbai, M.Z. & Choowdhury, S.H. 55 364-370
An applied alternative with emphasis on local environmental issues to a traditional term paper for envrironmental geology Tabidian, M.A. 55 381-386
Raising scholastic achievement in minority-reached classes through earth-systems teaching Orion, N. & others 55 469-477
Introducing the geosciences to Alaska natives via the Rural Alaska Honors Institute (RAHI) Hanks, C.L. & others 55 507-513
The minorities striving and pursuing higher degrees of success (MS, PHDs) in earth system science Pyrtle, A.J. & Williamson-Whitney, V.A. 55 514-521
A multi-level, multi-component program at San Jose State University to enhance diversity in the geoscience Sedlock, R. & Metzger, E. 55 567-573
Earth core: Enhancing delivery of geoscience content in a diverse school system durging times of changing state standards Pecore, J.L. & others 55 589-595
Effectiveness of a summer experience for inspiring interestin geoscience among Hispanic-American high-school students Miller, K.C. & others 55 596-603
Evaluation of the impact of the NWC REU Program compared with other Gonzalez-Espada, W.J. & LaDue, D.S. 54 541-549
Learning landform vocabulary through different methods: object boxex, sand and dough creations, or puppet plays Rule, A.C., Graham, L.E., Kowalski, S., & Harris, M. 54 515-525
Creation of a computer-modeling course for undergraduate Earth-science students Menking, K.M. 54 464-470
Implementing Earth systems science curriculum: Evaluating the integration of urban environments for an urban audience Davies, C.P. 54 364-373
Development, implementation and evaluation of a standards-based Earth system education course for middle-school teachers Clark, I.F. & Carpenter, J.R. 54 272-282
Use of a virtual environment in the geowall to increase student confidence and performance during field mapping: an example from and introductory-level field class Kelly, M.M. & Riggs, N.R. 54 158-164
Using conceptests to assess and improve student conceptual understanding in introductory-geoscience courses McConnell, D.A., Steer, D.N., Owens, K.D., Knott, J.R., Van Horn, S., Borowski, W., Dick, J., Foos, A., Malone, M., McGrew, H., Greer, L., & Heaney, P.J. 54 61-68
An interactive computer model for Coriolis demonstrations Urbano, L.D. & Houghton, J.L. 54 54-60
Use of a mentored creative-writing project to improve the geology education of preservice elementary teachers Lusk, M.G., Bickmore, B.R., Christiansen, E.H., & Sudweeks, R.R. 54 31-40
Searching for the difference: A controlled test of juse-in-time teaching for large-enrollment introductory-geology courses Linneman, S. & Plake 54 18-24
Differences between a standards-based curriculum and traditional textbooks in high-school earth science Park, D 53 540-547
Using humorous cartoons to teach mineral and rock concepts in sixth-grade science class Rule, A.C. and Auge, J 53 548-558
Students' conceptual understandings of science after participating in a high-school marine-science course Lambert, J 53 531-539
Teacher/scientist partnership develops a simulated natural-disaster scenario to enhance student learning Wurstner, S., Herr, C., Andrews, G., and Alley, K.F 53 522-530
Assessment of learning in entry-level geoscience courses : Results from the geoscience concept inventory Libarkin, J. C. and Anderson, S.W 53 394-401
Probing understanding in physical geology using concept maps and clinical interviews Englebrecht, A.C., Mintzes, J.J., Brown, L.M., and Kelso, P.R 53 263-270
Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty Macdonald, R.H., Manduca, C.A., Mogk, D.W., and Tewksbury, B.J 53 237-252
Alumni of geology BS-programs express strong support for field geology and related field and laboratory experiences Plymate, T.G., Evans, K.R., Gutierrez, M., and Mantei, E.J 53 215-216
Using assessment to evaluate and improve inquiry-based geoenvironmental science activities: Case study of a middle school watershed E. coli investigation Patterson, L.A. and Harbor, J 53 204-214
Increasing the significance of course evaluation in large-enrollment geoscience classes Hippensteel, S.P., and Martin, W 53 158-165
Concept sketches - Using student- and instructor-generated , annotated sketches for learning, teaching, and assessment in geology courses Johnson, J.K. and Reynolds, S.J 53 85-94
Qualitative analysis of college students' ideas about the Earth: Interviews and open-ended questionaires Libarkin, J.C., Anderson, S.W., Science, J.D., Beilfuss, M., and Boone, W 53 17-26
Connecting urgan students with their rivers generates interest and skills in the geosciences O'Connell, S., Ortiz, J. and Morrison, J 52 462-471
Design, implementation, and assessment of an Earth-Systems-Science course for secondary teachers Owen, J.C., Norton, S.A., Maasch, K., and Wittmann, M 52 379-385
Subject-area knowledge measured by scores on the National Association of State Boards of Geology (ABSOG) fundamentals examination and the implications for academic preparation Williams, J.W., Warner, J.L., and Warner, S.P 52 374-378
Real-time analysis of student comprehension: An assessment of electronic student-response technology in an introductory Earth-science course Greer, L. and Heaney, P.J 52 345-351
Using candies to demonstrate concepts of weathering and sedimentary processes in lecture-based introducttory Earth science courses Bhattacharyya, P. and Czeck, D 52 293-300
On the practical aspects of incorporating field-based projects into introductory oceanography Reynolds, R.W 52 218-223
Incorporating GPS technology with a campus geology walking tour Weiss, D.J. and Walters, J.C 52 186-190
Watershed-based integration of hydrology, geochemistry, and geophysics in an environmental curriculum Salvage, K., Graney, J., and Barker, J 52 141-148
Enhancing GIS education with student-created labs and a peer reference manual Rahn, J.L., and Zygo, L.M 52 133-140
A problem-based learning exercise for environmental geology Lev, S.M 52 128-132
A field-oriented volcanology course to improve Earth-science teaching Mattox, S.R., and Babb, J.L 52 122-127
The effect of multiple formats on understanding complex visual displays Taylor, H.A., Renshaw, C.E., and Choi, E.J 52 115-121
Scholarship of teaching and learning, assessment, and the Journal of Geoscience Education Perkins, D 52 113-114
Design and assessment of an interactive digital tutorial for undergraduate-level sandstone petrology Milliken, K.L., Barufaldi, J.P., McBride, E.F., and Choh, S.-J 51 381-386
Assessment and active learning strategies for introductory courses McConnell, D.A., Steer, D.N., and Owens, K.D 51 205-216
Do we have a 20th or 21st century curriculum? (Editorial) Drummond, C.N 51 162
Engagement in authentic geoscience research: Evaluation of research experiences of undergraduates and secondary teachers Jarrett, O.S. and Burnley, P.C 51 85-90
Assessing data accuracy when involving students in authentic paleontological research Harnik, P.G. and Ross, R.M 51 76-84
A model for integrating the public into scientific research Barreto, C., Fastovsky, D.E., and Sheehan, P.M 51 71-75
Students and scientists test prototype Mars rover Bowman, C.D., Sherman, D.M., Arvidson, R.E., Nelson, S.V., and Squyres, S.W 51 29-34
Globe: Science and education Butler, D.M. and MacGregor, I.D 51 9-20
Developing effective K-16 geoscience research partnerships Harnik, P.G. and Ross, R.M 51 5-8
Research methodologies in science educastion: Students' ideas about the nature of science Kurdziel, J.P. and Libarkin, J. 50 322-329
Research methodologies in science education: Qualitative data Libarkin, J.C. and Kurdziel, J.P 50 195-200
Pre-/post-knowledge assessment of an earth science course for elementary/middle school education majors Gosselin, D.C. and Macklem-Hurst, J.L 50 169-175
Research methodologies in science education: The qualitative - quantitative debate Libarkin, J.C. and Kurdziel, J.P 50 78-86
A working model for evaluating academic excellence and geoscience education, undergraduate and K-12 Brunkhorst, B.J 50 72-77
Assessments as teaching and research tools in an environmental problem-solving program for in-service teachers Cooper, B.C., Shepardson, D.P. and Harber, J.M 50 64-71
The benefits of combining computer technology and traditional teaching methods in large enrollment geoscience classes Durbin, J.M 50 56-63
Impletmentation of constructivist pedagogy in a geoscience course designed for pre-service K-6 teachers: Progress, pitfalls, and lessons learned Riggs, E.M. and Kimbrough, D.L 50 49-55
Applying argumentation analysis to assess the quality of university oceanography students' scientific writing Takao, A.Y., Prothero, W.A. and Kelly, G.J 50 40-48
Growing pebbles and conceptual prisms - Understanding the source of student misconceptions about rock formation Kusnick, J 50 31-39
Creating reusable educational components: Lessons from DLESE Sumner, T., Dawe, M. and Devaul, H 50 25-30
A comparison of approaches and instruments for evaluating a geological sciences research experiences program Burnley, P.C., Evans, W. and Jarrett, O.S 50 15-24
Design, implementation, and evaluation of GIS-based learning materials in an introductory geoscience course Hall-Wallace, M.K. and McAuliffe, C.M 50 5-14
The science of teaching and learning (editorial) Drummond, C.N 50 2
The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - Standards or standardized Kusnick, J 49 467-469
Development of an assessment of student conception of the nature of science Libarkin, J.C 49 435-442
The two paradigms of education the the peer review of teaching Mcmanus, D.A 49 423-434
An earth science summer institute for elementary teachers Levitt, K.E. and Manner, B.M 49 291-299
Measuring the effects of a research-based field experience on undergraduates and K-12 teachers Huntoon, J.E., bluth, G.J.S., and Kennedy, W.A 49 235-248
Geology programs and disciplinary accreditation Corbett, R.G. and Corbett, E.A 49 130-134
AP geology proposal and update Van Norden, W 49 99
List what to know, not what is on the test Reynolds, S.J 48 603-604
Student performance (Letter) Tettenhorst, R.T 48 544-545
Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards Adams, J.P. and slater, T.F 48 39-45
Food for thought Henry, W.A. III 47
A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers Slattery, W., Becker, M.J., Plank, C. 47 443-448
Food for thought Sowell, T. 47 356
Earth science student attitudes toward a constructivist teaching approach in Taiwan Chang, C.-Y., Hua, H.P., & Barufaldi, J.P. 47 331-335
A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course Carpenter, J.R., Tolhurst, J.W., Day, E.A., Zenger, S., Barron, A., & Dozier, K. 47 249-254




























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