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

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 295, 353-356 Romey, W.D.
    Using patterns, icons, abstractions, and metaphors from art in geoscience classes
48 292-294, 352 Henchman, M.
    Case studies of the geochemical investigations of art for science and science-and-art courses
48 288-291, 348 Longhenry, S.C.
    Museums dissolving boundaries between science and art
48 284-287 Wright, E.
    Making art and doing science in an undergraduate earth-science course
48 280-283 Baker, L.L., and Sprenke, K.F.
    Field trip to a galaxy far, far away
48 279, 349-351 Rosenberg, G.D.

46

421-426

Reynolds, S.J., and Peacock, S.M.

   

Slide observations - Promoting active learning, landscape appreciation, and critical thinking in introductory-geology courses

45

2

Shea, J.H.

   

The trivialization of factual knowledge [editorial]

45

26

Guilder, G.

   

Food for thought

45

46-48

Macdonald, H.

   

1996 NAGT Presidential address – geoscience education and modern career paths

45

60

Tewksbury, B.

   

Call for examples for book on effective and innovative teaching in the geosciences

45

102

Shea, J.H.

   

Progress on science-education standards [editorial]

45

116

Henry, W.A.III

   

Food for thought

45

153-156

Smith, J.V.

   

A non-hierarchical rock-identification scheme

45

202

Shea, J.H.

   

Student evaluations of teaching

45

206

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

45

293-294

Leveson, D.

   

The trivialization of factual knowledge – comment

45

302

Shea, J.H.

   

The "science wars" of the late 20th century

45

348

Sykes, C.J.

   

Food for thought

45

372

Kopp, O.C.

   

Student evaluations

45

385

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

42

325-329

Whittecar, G.R.Jr., Fleischer, M.S., and Dunham, T.H

   

Teaching off-campus geology courses with video tapes and conference calls

41

9-11

Dickinson, W.W., and Keating, G.

   

Guidelines for making reversed-color slides

41

133-139

Gunter, M.E.

   

Some thoughts about teaching introductory geology

41

170-171

Lyons, P.C., Robertson, E.C., and Milton, L.

   

C. Wroe Wolfe's geology course on radio station WGBH (Boston) in 1954

41

222-225

Chan, M.A.

   

Artwork and creative drawing - tools for learning and geologic synthesis

40

87

Christman, R.A.

   

Great Britain's classic geologic sites slide set

40

151-154

Bork, K.B.

   

Bringing Great Britain's classic geological sites into the classroom

40

215

Stadum, C.J.

   

Geology demonstrations on an overhead projector

40

367-372

McCartney, K., Kimball, R., and Swetnam, J.

   

Teaching physical geology and laboratory courses by interactive television

40

427-429

Metzger, E.P.

   

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

40

398-403

Kemp, K.M., and Clark, J.A.

   

Teaching geology using poster assignments

39

373-375

Gunter, M.E.

   

In-class computer demonstrations for physical geology

38

318-322

Cary, T.

   

Landsat data as a tool for the geosciences

38

323-329

Bloom, A.L., and Fox, A.N.

   

Landsat thematic mapper (TM) images of the Andes as a classroom tool

38

330-338

Phillips, J.D.

   

Integration of potential-field and digital geologic data for two North American transects

36

111-121

Schedl, A., and Pluijm, B.A. van der

   

A review of deformation microstructures

35

103

Soc. Econ. Min. Paleo.

   

Educational slide set for teaching and research

35

134-135

Chesner, C.A.

   

A videotape short course on volcanic rock textures

35

136-139

Sunderman, J.A.

   

Slide duplicating for teaching and research

33

149

Anonymous

   

The case of the Texas footprints, a film by John R. Cole, Ph.D.

33

257

McConnell, Robert L.

   

Video tapes of British geology

33

269-270

Halsor, Sid P., and Chesner, Craig A.

   

A color video tape introduction to fluid inclusions for economic geology classes

32

14

Giardino, J.R., and Thornhill, A.G.

   

An evaluation of the effectiveness of stereo slides in teaching geomorphology

32

92

Rose, W.I. Jr., Chesner, C.A., Doiron, S.D.

   

Application of color-TV microscopy to self-taught optical mineralogy

31

13-16

Watson, D.W.

   

A self-paced physical geology laboratory

31

165

Anonymous

   

Footprints in the mind

31

165-166

Anonymous

   

New geologic map of Wisconsin

31

362-368

Amend, J.R., and Armold, A.A.

   

A public education program in water resources management

30

269-270

Birnie, R.W.

   

An optical crystallography instructional package on videocassette

30

272

Frank, G.W.

   

Videotapes for environmental geology

30

271-272

Coombs, R.E.

   

Individualized instruction in geology

30

273-274

Hay, H.

   

Curriculum and videotapes in geology

30

280-281

Sparks, P.

   

Videotapes of earth science courses

30

281

Stenstrom, R.C.

   

Training program in hydrology

29

11-15

Boulter, C.A. & Scolaro, A.B.

   

Duplicating homogeneous strain on a closed circuit television system

29

21-22

Wheeler, G. R.

   

Illustrating the extent of stratigraphic information available for historical analysis

29

186-188

Nagle, F.

   

Color video petrography

29

257-258

Reams, M.W.

   

Illustrating time in geologic processes with long-interval time-lapse photography

28

96-102

Schade, W.R., and Bartholomew, R.B.

   

Analysis of geology teaching assistant reaction to a training program using video-taped teaching episodes

28

107-108

Brenner, R.L.

   

Preparing inexpensive color slides from black and white diagrams

28

228-230

Birnie, R.W.

   

An optical crystallography, instructional package on videocassette

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