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GPS: Geoscience Partnership StudySchuster, D.58232-240
Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher courseworkGosselin, D.C. & others58203-213
Editorial: The gedosciences gap in K-12 educationMcNeal, K.S.58197
A comparative analysis of onling learning materials aimed toward integrating Great Lakes science into the K-8 classroomEidietis, L. & others58188-196
Commentary: A summary and analysis of twenty-seven years of geoscience conceptions researchCheek, K.A.58122-134
Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, TajikistanMohadjer, S. & others5886-94
Teaching urban high-school students global climate change information and graph interpretation skills using evidence from the scientific literatureRule, A.C. and Meyer, M.A.57335-347
Investigating earth science in urban schoolyards [and local parks]Endreny, A. & others57191-195
The paradox of middle and high school students' attitudes towards science versus their attitudes about science as a careerKitts, K.57159-164
Engaging students in atmospheric science: A university-high school collaboration in British Columbia, CanadaSinclair, K.E. & Marshall, S.J.57128-136
Fourth and fifth grade students learn about renewable and nonrenewable energy through inquiryFortner, S.K.57121-127
Effective materials for increasing young children's spatial and mapping skillsRule, A.C.565-14
NAGT 2007 Outstanding Earth Science Teacher AwardsAnonymous5695-104
Rocks of Mahovee county, Arizona: An educational landscape displayWilson, D.C. and Montbriand, T. 56126-130
Experimental Discoveries in Geoscience Education: The EDGE program in AlaskaConnor, C. and Prakash, A.56179-186
Some cycles of nature: Applications of M. Montessori's Cosmic Education in Nursery SchoolPetcovic, H.L. and Ruhf, R.J.56251-260
Secondary students' subject matter representations of climate changeSchuster, D.A. and others56307-316
SATELLITES: Students and Teachers Exploring Local Landscapes to Interpret the Earth from SpaceLambert, J. and others56383-393
Synthesizing process and pedagogy in the development of a field marine science course for K-8 teachersSchwimmer, R.A. and hester, P.R.56399-300
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 pre-service elementary teachersTretinjak, C.A. and Riggs, E.M. 56422-433
Weather and climate course design for education majors with and without science majorsKovacs, T.A.56440-444
Content is not enough: A history of secondary earth science teacher preparation with recommendations for todayLewis, E.B.56445-455
An earth science course for pre-service teachersTotten, I.M.56456-465
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
An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers Dawkins, K.R. and Kickerson, D.L. 55 67-71
2006 NAGT Outstanding Earth-Science Teacher awards Constible, J.M. & others 55 70-77
A redesigned geoscience-content course's impact on science teaching self-efficacy beliefs Anonymous 55 92-99
Conceptions of the greenhouse effect and global warming among elementary school students from diverse languages and cultures Lee, O. & others 55 117-125
Teaching the nitrogen cycle and human-health interactions Posnanski, T.J. 55 152-157
Building a community of teacher learners in an earth/environmental science professional development opportunity Townsend, M. & 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 s Rule, A.C. & Guggenheim, S. 55 257-266
Developing preschoolers' science vocabulary through clay explorations House, Carolyn. 55 267-273
Using trade books to teach about clay minerals Kane, S. 55 274-281
Seventh-grade students learn about the use of clays in everyday products Dubey, M. & Rule, A.C. 55 282-288
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
Secondary earth/environmental science teachers' aversion to videotaped self study Dickerson, D.L. & others 55 373-380
Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships Madden, A.S. & others 55 402-412
Taiwanese earth-science curriculum guidelines and their relationships to the earth-system education of the United States Chang, C.-Y., Lee, W.-C., & Yeh, T.-K. 54 620-624
An integrative summer field course in geology and biology for K-12 instructors and college and continuing education students and Eastern Washington Univeristy and beyond Thomson, J.A., Buchanan, J.P., & Schwab, S. 54 588-595
Introducing geoinformatics for earth-system science education Prakash, A. 54 555-560
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
Fourth-grade students explore natural sand towers through evidence, models, and explanations Rule, A.C., Kauffman, C., & Bennett, J. 54 508-514
We have lift off! Integrating space science and mathematics in elementary classrooms Leonard, J. & Oakley, J.E. 54 452-457
Turn in, turn on, link up! Earth system science at the unversity of Arkansas Boss, S.K. & Beller, C. 54 346-356
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
Learning mathematics and Earth system science . . . Via satellite Vierling, L., Frykholm, J., & Glasson, G. 54 262-271
An integrated physical, Earth, and life-science course for pre-service K-8 teachers Rice, J. & Neureither, B. 54 255-261
Earth System Science Education Alliance: Online professional development for K-12 teachers Schwerin, T.G., Botti, J., Dauksys, C., Low, R., Myers, R., & Slattery, W. 54 215-222
An early introduction to Earth system science through elementary GLOBE Henderson, S., Hatheway, B., Gardiner, L., & Zerlengo, K. 54 210-214
Nomination/application for for Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award Anonymous 54 188
2005 NAGT Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Awards Anonymous 54 182-187
High-school students' mnemonic devices for Mohs hardness scale Harman, P.E. and Rule, A.C. 54 69-73
The use of Haiku and portfolio entry to teach the change of seasons Bogina, M.A. and Roberts, B.R 53 559-562
Using humorous cartoons to teach mineral and rock concepts in sixth-grade science class Rule, A.C. and Auge, J 53 548-558
Differences between a standards-based curriculum and traditional textbooks in high-school earth science Park, D 53 540-547
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
Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds Shepardson, D.P., Harbor, J., and Wee, B 53 381-386
The effect of an Earth-science learning program on students' scientific thinking skills Orion, N. and Kali, Y 53 377-393
A study of junior high students' perceptions of the water cycle Ben-zvi-Assarf, O. and Orion N 53 366-373
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
International geoscience educators' perceptions of approaches to K-12 science education for the 21st century Lee, H. and Fortner, R.W 53 198-203
A data-rich exercise for discovering plate-boundary processes Sawyer, D.S., Henning, A.T., Shipp, S., and Dunbar, R.W 53 65-74
Creativity skills applied to earth science education: Examples from K-12 teachers in a graduate activity class Rule, A.C 53 53-64
Connecting urgan students with their rivers generates interest and skills in the geosciences O'Connell, S., Ortiz, J. and Morrison, J 52 462-471
Urban Earth science in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kean, W.F., Posnanski, T.J., Wisniewski, J.J. and Lundberg, T.C 52 433-437
Overcoming challenges of teaching Earth history classes for teachers in a rock-free urban environment Haywick, D.W., Yokel, L.S. and Wedgeworth, M 52 429-432
Advancing the REVOLUTION: Using Earth systems science to prepare elementary-school teachers in an urban environment Hall, F.R. and Buxton, C.A 52 338-344
Demanding and enforcing high expectations in freshman courses Basu, A. and Middendorf, J 52 320-323
A formative assessment of geologic time for high-school Earth science students Hermann, R. and Lewis, B 52 231-235
Soil science and geology: connects, disconnects and new opportunities in geoscience education Landa, E.R 52 191-196
Eighth-grade studentsŐ®s crust Kali, Y 51 165-170
2002 Outstanding Earth-Science Teacher Awards Anonymou 51 144-150
Using earth-science research projects to develop collaboration between scientists at a research university and K-12 educators: Insights for future efforts Gosselin, D.C., Levy, R.H., and Bonnstetter, R.J 51 114-120
Impact of a K-12 partnership on science teaching Hall-Wallace, M. and Regens, N.L 51 104-113
Building university-school partnerships: An exercise in communication and understanding Hall-Wallace, M. and Regens, N.L 51 96-103
Developing meaningful student-teacher-scientist partnerships Ledley, T.S., Haddad, N., Lockwood, J., and Brooks, D 51 91-95
Promoting K-12 community research and service through the Washington earth-science initiative Field, J. DeBari, S., and Gallagher, M 51 54-63
Authentic research experiences for Nevada high-school teachers and students Buck, P.E 51 48-53
The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research Ross, R.M., Harnik, P.G., Allmon, W.D., Sherpa, J.M., Goldman, A.M., Nester, P.L., and Chiment, J.J 51 39-47
Moonsnail project: A scientific collaboration with middle-school teachers and students Hansen, T.A., Kelley, P.H., and Hall, J.C 51 35-38
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
The Robert F. Kennedy Science Research Institute Blackwell, B.A.B., Blickstein, J.I.B., Divak, M.N., and Skinner, A.R 51 21-28
Developing effective K-16 geoscience research partnerships Harnik, P.G. and Ross, R.M 51 5-8
Cover photograph of students studying soil samples Washburn, J 51 "1,3"
Research methodologies in science education: Undergraduate research mentoring, teacher workshops, and K-12 outreach activities Kurdziel, J.P., & Libarkin, J.C 50 602-609
Natural disasters workshop integrating hands-on activities, internet-based data and GIS Gutierrez, M., Coulter, B., and Goodwin, D.R 50 437-443
Building conceptual understanding in young scientists Hawley, D 50 363-371
Joining the revolution (editorial) Drummond, C.N 50 354
Developing a geologic outreach program Bower, K.M 50 303-307
Mr. Chalkentalk's cupboard - Practical lessons for preservice teachers in rock and mineral identification and the management of teaching collections Ebert, J.R. and Elliott, N.A 50 182-185
[Nomination form for] Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award Christman, R.A 50 127
2001 Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award winners Anonymou 50 120-126
Position announcement [at the Geological Society of America] Hess, J 50 87
A working model for evaluating academic excellence and geoscience education, undergraduate and K-12 Brunkhorst, B.J 50 72-77
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
The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - Standards or standardized Kusnick, J 49 467-469
Globe in preservice and inservice teacher education Avard, M.M. and Clark, B.K 49 461-466
Urban field geology for K-8 teachers Kean, W.F. and Enochs, L.G 49 358-363
The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - Thinking about computer-based learning Kusnick, J 49 314-317
An earth science summer institute for elementary teachers Levitt, K.E. and Manner, B.M 49 291-299
Greenhouse-effect in the classroom: a project - and laboratory-based curriculum Lueddecke, S.B., Pinter, and McManus, S.A 49 274-279
Development and evaluation of Where are we? map-skills software and curriculum Kastens, K.A., Kaplan, D., and Christie-Blick, K 49 249-266
Report of a workshop sponsored by NSF McManus, D.A. and Walker, S.H 49 217
The STRATegy column for precollege teachers - Thinking about computer-based learning Kusnick, J 49 212-214
Nomination form for OEST Award Christman, R.A 49 101
2000 Outstanding Earth-Science Teacher Award winners Anonymou 49 94-98
The inspiration to study clay Rule, A.C 49 56-63
The STRATegy Column for precollege teachers: Hurricanes and energy Kusnick, J 48 706-707
Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools Messina, P 48 667-672
A service-learning component in a paleontology course as a model for community outreach by geology students Domack, C.W 48 658-661

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