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

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 681 Labaree, D.F.
    Food for thought
48 604 Sowell, T.
    Food for thought
48 562 Shea, J.H.
    Learning from students
48 544-545 Tettenhorst, R.T.
    Student performance (Letter)
48 454 Hirsch, E.D.
    Food for thought
48 436-439 Carlson, G.R.
    Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors
48 406 Shea, J.H.
    The continuing growth of irrationalism (Editorial)
48 336 Noam, E.M.
    Food for thought
48 258 Shea, J.H.
    Forty years of teaching geology
48 215 Hardin, G.
    Food for thought
48 166 Hirsch, E.D.
    Food for thought
48 130-136 Minniear, M.P.
    Forecasting the permanent decline of global petroleum production
48 129 Sokal, A., and J. Bricmont
    Food for thought
48 126 Cromer, A.
    Food for thought
48 45 Shamos, M.H.
    Food for thought
48 32 Sagan, Carl
    Food for thought

47

71-72

Andersen, J., and Hansen, E.

   

Computational geology News and Views = Connecting science and mathematics general-education courses

47

110

Shea, J.H.

   

Education "research" at the annual meeting (editorial)

47

113-118

Picard, M.D.

   

Great expectation, slight contemplation - results of a survey of student attitudes on the eve of the new millenium

47

130

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

47

131-134

Murck, B.

   

Promoting and evaluating participation in high-enrollment undergraduate courses

47

134

Guilder, G.

   

Food for thought

47

142

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

47

176

Sykes, C.J.

   

Food for thought

47

188

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

47

248

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

47

294

Sowell, T.

   

Food for thought

47

349

Cromer, A.

   

Food for thought

47

356

Sowell, T.

   

Food for thought

47

357-361

Ongley, L.K.

   

Rank distribution of 1997 geoscience teaching faculty

47

442

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

47

454

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

47

497

Henry, W.A.III

   

Food for thought

46

484-487

Metzenberg, S.

   

A critique of the "research basis" for the National Science Education Standards and the AAAS Benchmarks for Science Literacy

46

478

Sowell, T.

   

Food for thought

46

464

Sykes, C.J.

   

Food for thought

46

418

Shea, J.H.

   

Enabling the uninterested

46

346-353

Borgman, L.E.

   

The zen of research

46

336

Cromer, A.

   

Food for thought

46

304

Bair, J.H.

   

Letter - The academic elite in the geosciences, 1982-1995

46

284

Shanker, Albert

   

Food for thought

46

260

Cromer, Alan

   

Food for thought

46

237

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

46

232

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

46

195-198

Kusnick, Judi

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - exploring weathering

46

163

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

46

156

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

   

Food for thought

46

153

Cromer, Alan

   

Food for thought

46

145

Sowell, Thomas

   

Food for thought

46

136

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on cave-people science education

46

118

Shea, J.H.

   

More progress (???) on science education standards

46

27

Toom, Andrei

   

Food for thought

44

412-416

Hannah, J.L.

   

What NSF expects in project evaluations for educational innovations

44

395-400

Macdonald, R.H., and Kemp, K.M.

   

Teaching portfolios and their use in assessment

44

385-394

Nuhfer, E.B.

   

The place of formative evaluations in assessment and ways to reap their benefits

44

373-378

Brunkhorst, B.J.

   

Assessing student learning in undergraduate geology courses by correlating assessment with what we want to teach

44

343-345

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . .?

44

277-289

Hill, H.K., and Fleisher, P.J.

   

Nomenclature applied to deposits formed in glacial and ice-contact environments

44

245-250

Dutch, S.I.

   

The standard model for reform in science education does not work

44

54-56

Holliday, W.G., McMahon, M.M., and Ridky, R.W.

   

Straight talk about research to geoscience teachers

44

538

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

44

482

Shea, J.H.

   

Why choose science as a career?

44

358

Shea, J.H.

   

The "problem" of enrollments

44

261

Guilder, G.

   

Food for thought

44

250

Henry, W.A. III

   

Food for thought

44

242

Shea, J.H.

   

Constructivism in science education

44

217

Swartz, C.E.

   

Food for thought

44

56

Hood, C.G.

   

Food for thought

44

17

Swartz, C.

   

Food for thought

43

550-551

Hannah, J.

   

Re$ource exploration -- successful proposal preparation for education innovations through NSF

43

444

Dressler, A.

   

Food for thought

43

424-430

Bykerk-Kauffman, A.

   

Geoflicks reviewed - films about collaborative learning, cooperative learning, and constructivism

43

420-421

Hannah, J.

   

Re$ource exploration - funding from NSF's Education and Human Resources Directorate

43

404-407

Holbrook, J.M., Tibbs, N.H., Lowell, G.R., and Snowden, J.O.

   

Facilitating voluntary undergraduate research with a group-oriented Early Research Apprenticeship program

43

403

Wolpert, L.

   

Food for thought

43

384

Toom, A.

   

Food for thought

43

376-380

Wagner, J.R., Barbary, S.W., and Astwood, P.M.

   

Full-circle partnerships for elementary-school science education - a collaborative approach to group learning in earth science

43

371-375

Pinet, P.R.

   

Rediscovering geologic principles by collaborative learning

43

370

Royko, M.

   

Food for thought

43

351

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on collaborative learning

43

334-340

Wiswall, C.G., and Srogi, L.

   

Using writing in small groups to enhance learning

43

317-321

Basu, A., and Middendorf, J.

   

Discovering new knowledge through collaborative learning in groups

43

302

Shea, J.H.

   

Race-based admissions policy (Editorial)

43

297

Davies, G.K.

   

Food for thought

43

294-295

Tewksbury, B.

   

NAGT Distinguished Speakers Program for 1995-96

43

291

Holton, G.

   

Food for thought

43

175

Toom, A.

   

Food for thought

43

128-131

Manner, B.M

   

Field studies benefit students and teachers

43

75

Swartz, C.E.

   

Food for thought

43

47-51

Chew, R.T.III

   

Glass-bottom boat on the Devonian sea -- A teaching perspective

43

2

Shea, J.H.

   

The bell curve (editorial)

42

475

Toom, A.

   

Food for thought

42

448-452

April, R.H.

   

An NSF-funded curriculum iniative designed to attract minority students to geology

42

439-443

Hatfield, C.B.

   

A permanent solution to the fuel-supply problem

42

387

Kadanoff, L.P.

   

Food for thought

42

350

Toom, A.

   

Food for thought

42

310

Shea, J.H.

   

The beauty of textbooks

42

272

triplehorn, D.

   

On the back of an envelope

42

249-257

Pestrong, R.

   

Geosciences and the arts

42

219

Bluestone, B.

   

Food for thought

42

204

Chew, R.T.III

   

Discussion of editorial, "A sign of the times"

42

175

Royko, M.

   

Food for thought

42

110

Shea, J.H.

   

Teaching improvement

42

103

Wingspread Group on Higher Education

   

Food for thought

42

97

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

42

42

Stephenson, H.W., Chen, C., and Lee, S-Y.

   

Food for thought

42

2

Shea, J.H.

   

Geological education at our annual meeting (editorial)

41

332-338

McGehee, T.L., Bible, E.M., Harr, T.L., and Cannon, G.S.

   

Junior rockhounds of south Texas

41

302

Shea, J.H.

   

On the pervasiveness of irrationality

41

259

Richter, F.

   

Food for thought

41

207

Barash, D.P.

   

Food for thought

41

201

Shea, J.H.

   

Dulling the tool of language

41

163

Dyson, F.J.

   

Food for thought

41

150

Berthon, S., and Robinson, A.

   

Food for thought

41

102

Shea, J.H.

   

Student expectations, faculty expectations

41

51

Singal, D.J.

   

Food for thought

41

41

Lett, J.

   

Food for thought

41

28

Swartz, C.

   

Food for thought

41

6-8

Anderson, R.A., and Miller, J.F.

   

Richard C. Anderson: Neil Miner Awardee for 1992

41

2

Shea, J.H.

   

Great Expectations (Editorial)

40

384

Schmidt, J.

   

Food for thought

40

372

Levi, B.G., and Schmidt, J.

   

Food for thought

40

354

Shea, J.H.

   

Student complaints about textbooks

40

342

Hobbes

   

Food for thought

40

337

Duke University Press, and Swartz, C.

40

305

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

40

270

Shea, J.H.

   

Deceiving oneself and others with multiple-choice exams

40

241-244

Moody, J.B., and Brown, L.

   

Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation

   

Outstanding Educator Award

40

47-49

Gregor, C.B., and Khamis, H.J.

   

Using the binomial model with unequal P to help detect cheating in multiple- choice exams

39

331-332

Nappi, C.R.

   

On mathematics and science education in the US and Europe

39

302

Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci.

   

Food for thought

39

237-239

Elberty, W.T.Jr., and Romey, W.D.

   

"What are you interested in" as a writing assignment theme

39

146-149

Picard, M.D.

   

A geologist at sea

39

141

Reif, G.

   

Food for thought

39

100

Moore, J.A.

   

Food for thought

39

98-100

Press, F.

   

Geoscience education as viewed from the National Academy of Sciences

39

30

Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci.

   

Food for thought

39

27

Nielsen, R.

   

Food for thought

39

18

Moore, J.A.

   

Food for thought

39

11

Paulos, J.A.

   

Food for thought

39

6-8

Hayes, J.B., and Bailey, S.W.

   

Sturges W. Bailey: Neil Miner Awardee for 1990

38

463-464

Zen, E.

   

Science literacy and why it is important

38

458-460

Dineley, D.L.

   

The role of earth sciences in secondary schools in England and Wales

38

456-457

Markovics, G.

   

The involvement component in teaching earth science

38

444-445

Carpenter, J.R.

   

IGC Symposium summary

38

425

Green, K.C.

   

Food for thought

38

322

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on dinosaur version of <EM>My Fair Lady</EM>

38

314-315

Allison, I.

   

Juggling for results

38

311-314

Carlson, G.R.

   

A comprehensive earth-science teacher-education program

38

293

Hetherington, N., Miller, M., Sperling, N., and Reich, P.

   

Food for thought

38

287

Paulos, J.A.

   

Food for thought

38

229-233

Winter, J.H., and Yasso, W.E.

   

A survey of state-level earth science programs in the United States

38

207

Shanker, A.

   

Food for thought

38

200-203

Romey, W.D.

   

The liberal arts as a route to rejuvenating geological education

38

197-199

Eves, R.L., Davis, L.E., and Seward, W.P.

   

Nontraditional students as a pool of potential high-quality geology and earth-science-education majors

38

187-190

Short, N.M.

   

Is science or geoscience best for the average student?

38

158

Allen, J.E.

   

Scouting as prelude to geology

38

101-104

Davis, L.E., Eves, R.L., and Davis, J.H.

   

Recognizing and accommodating the learning-disabled geology student

38

69

Skinner, B.F.

   

Food for thought

38

49

Paulos, J.A.

   

Food for thought

38

41-49

travis, J.W.

   

Geology and the visually impaired student

38

6-8

McBride, E.F., and Folk, R.F.

   

Robert L. Folk, Neil Miner awardee for 1989

38

4-5

Nuhfer, E.B.

   

Anyone can teach earth science

37

78,129

Greenberg, J.K.

   

Crumbling foundations

37

16-170

Jordan, R.R.

   

Do we teach geology

37

359-364

Stout, D.L.

   

Alfred Oswald Woodford, a centennial celebration

37

321-326

Schneider, A.F.

   

Geologic education in some Wisconsin state parks

37

320

Powell, J.L.

   

Food for thought

37

232-234

Picard, M.D.

   

The education of a sedimentary petrologist

37

190-193

Bork, K.B.

   

Kirtley Fletcher Mather as geologist and political activist

37

167

Briotta, D.A, Seligman, P.F., Smith, P.A, and Spencer, C.

   

Food for thought

37

147-148

Moody, J.B.

   

Association for Woman Geoscientists Foundation Outstanding Educator Award to Maria Louisa Crawford

37

93

Elliston, J.

   

Food for thought

37

81-82

Suttner, L.J.

   

Acceptance of 1988 N. Miner Award

37

80-81

Dodd, R.J.

   

Presentation of Neil Miner Award to L.J. Suttner

37

73

Sanford, N.

   

Food for thought

37

67

Gutschick, R.

   

Photo of 1953 Beloit geological education conference

37

33-35

Bair, J.H.

   

Linkages among top-ranked graduate programs in the geosciences

37

26

Moore, J.A.

   

Food for thought

37

23

Rensberger, B., and Vobejda, B.

   

Food for thought

37

9-12

Mirsky, A.

   

Geology in our everyday lives

35

298

Rotfeld, H.

   

Food for thought

35

265

Bouton, C.

   

Food for thought

35

260-262

Gibson, G.G.

   

Partners in earth-science education

35

255

Steen, L.A.

   

Food for thought

35

245

trefil, J.P.

   

Food for thought

35

244-245

Shea, J.H.

   

Science, geology, geography and "cultural literacy"

35

166

McCormick, J.

   

Food for thought

35

162

Medoff, M.

   

Food for thought

35

133

McKown, D.B.

   

Food for thought

35

129

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

35

103

Wilson, B.

   

Food for thought

35

58

Pickering, M.

   

Food for thought

34

314-315

Schueller, D.A.

   

Easy way to fulfill a lab-science requirement

34

166-173

Yoder, H.S. Jr.

   

trends in the education of earth scientists

34

97-103

Keller, W.D.

   

Fundamental entries in geology

34

59-60

Bonini, W.E.

   

Will our students be ready for 2001?

34

10-13

Zenger, D.H.

   

Lyell and episodicity

34

348

Payne-G., C.

   

Food for thought

34

201

Nield, T.

   

Food for thought

34

197

Payne-G., C.

   

Food for thought

34

60

Verdon, A.J. Jr.

   

Scientists, educators meet

33

236

Committee on Science and Creationism

   

Food for thought

33

212-215

Sand, Virginia Murphy, and gunning, Bonnie Butler

   

Ten years of progress for AGl's Women Geoscientists Committee

33

199

Leyden, Michael B.

   

Food for thought

33

188-191

Christman, Robert, Aronoff, Steve, Burmester, Russ, Babcock, Scott, Engebretson, Dave, Schwartz, Maury, Talbot, Jim, Wodzicki, Antoni

   

Evaluations of some introductory geology textbooks

33

187

Goldstein, Rebecca

   

Food for thought

33

133

Harris, Sidney J.

   

Food for thought

33

131

Darling-Hammond, Linda

   

Food for thought

33

70

Sonnier, Isadore L.

   

Earth science in secondary schools

33

53-54

Mandra, York and Norris, Robert M.

   

1984 Neil Miner Award York T. Mandra

33

39

Adler, Mortimer J.

   

Food for thought

33

13-14

Kauffman, M.E.

   

Scientific exchange, freedom of expression, big brother and 1984

32

281

Anonymous

   

AGI publishes pamphlet on evolution

32

260

Raman, V.V.

   

Food for thought

32

180

L.A. Times News Svc.

   

Food for thought

32

171

McKenzie, G.D.

   

Using microcomputers to increase productivity in academia

32

139

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

119

Siever, R., and Gould, S.J.

   

1983 Neil Miner Award - Stephen J. Gould

32

77

McPhee, J.

   

Food for thought

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

32

5

Carpenter, J.R.,

   

The crisis in science education: A challenge to NAGT

31

389

Anonymous

   

Food for thought

31

378

Sommer, J.

   

Food for thought

31

374

Kilpatrick, J.J.

   

Food for thought

31

328

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

31

307-314

Skehan, J.W.

   

Theological basis for a Judeo-Christian position on creationism

31

304-306

Reger, J.P.

   

Teaching decision making in geoscience courses

31

199

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

31

95-104

Moore, J.A.

   

Why are there creationists?

31

87-94

Strahler, A.N.

   

Toward a broader perspective in the evolutionism-creationism debate

31

83-86

Ferre, Frederick

   

Science, pseudo-science, and natural theology

31

79-82

Wielert, J.S.

   

The creation-evolution debate as a model of issue polarization

31

73

Hofstadter, R.

   

Food for thought

31

60

Anonymous

   

Educational "terrorists"

31

60

Anonymous

   

Utah education official

31

42-44

Hubbert, M.K.

   

Acceptance of the 1981 Vetelsen Prize

31

26-30

Rassam, G.N.

   

The GeoRef online bibliographic database as an educational tool

31

22-25

Allen, J.E.

   

One man's shadow

31

16

Connolly, Paul

   

Food for thought

30

302-303

Larkin, R.P.

   

Geological education and the senior citizen

30

283-286

Coash, J.R.

   

Geological education since GEO-Study

30

274-276

Lepp, H.

   

Computer-assigned instruction in geology

30

272-273

Goldberg, F.

   

Guided design projects for physical science course

30

271-272

Coombs, R.E.

   

Individualized instruction in geology

30

268-282

Coash, J.R.

   

NAGT Cooperative Dissemination Project

30

149-153

Uthe, R.E.

   

Self-paced and semi-programmed physical geology laboratory

30

120

Handler, P.H.

   

Food for thought

30

96

Swartz, C.E.

   

Food for thought

30

34-58

Brush, S.G.

   

Finding the age of the earth- by physics or by faith?

30

14-17

Eglin, P.G., and Graham, M.W.

   

Creationism challenges geology - A retreat to the eighteenth century

30

5

Frankfurter, Felix

   

Food for thought

30

4-5

Shea, J.H.

   

"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial

29

255-256

Picard, M.D.

   

R.L. Brown: science teacher

29

189-191

Picard, M.D.

   

An earthquake, a landslide, a grandma

29

160-168

Corgan, J.X.

   

Geology in Tennessee colleges 1826 - 1850

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