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

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48 682-691 Vacher, H.L
Computational geology 13 - Geological-mathematical activities for college students in the Journal of Geoscience Education, 1990-1999
48 667-672 Messina, P
Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools
48 662-666 Mango, H.N
A reading and writing approach to teaching environmental geology
48 658-661 Domack, C.W
A service-learning component in a paleontology course as a model for community outreach by geology students
48 651-657 Alaniz-Alvarez, S.A., Tolson, G., and Nieto-Samaniego, A.F
Assessing fault reactivation with the ReActiva program
48 641-650 Battles, D.A., and Welford, M.R
An assessment of combined academic geology and geography departments based on a survey of department chairs
48 636-640 Chang, C.-Y
Enhancing tenth graders' earth-science learning through computer -assisted instruction
48 631-635 Gosselin, D.C., Lowrey, S., and Meyer, S.J
Process-oriented environmental-change curriculum-development workshops
48 605-616 Heath, C.P.M
Technical and non-technical skills needed by oil companies
48 603 Conway, F.M., and Croxen, F.W
Communicating geoscience on the radio
48 602 McGrew, A.J., and McGrew, H.S
The photoessay as a teaching tool in introductory earth science
48 602-603 Powell, W
Using Web-based bulletin boards to increase class discussion
48 601 Lighthart, A
Hollywood geology
48 600-601 Eriksson, S.C
Making metaphors to enhance geological understanding
48 599 Verosub, K.L
A mind map of geology
48 596 Miller, G.M., Ryter, D.W., and Soule, S.A
Drawing contours on clay models - a hands-on introduction to topographic maps
48 594 Lahr, J.C
Table-top earthquakes
48 594 Pronk, T.G
Is the Earth round?
48 593-594 Wallace, T.C.Jr., and Hall-Wallace, M.K
Earthquakes and other disasters of the day
48 593 Anastasio, D.J., and Latta, D.K
Land-use debate
48 592 Peacock, S.M., and Reynolds, S.J
Explore the data first
48 591-592 Stull, R.J
Geological hazard assessment of the home
48 591 Davis, R.L
Required class attendance at public meetings
48 581 O'Connell, S.B
An ocean-density demonstration
48 573 Hoskin, W.O
Urban outcrops and the lunchtime petrology field trip
48 573 Christman, R.A
Recognizing and describing "pet rocks"
48 573 Hoskin, W.O
Urban outcrops and the lunchtime petrology field trip
48 573 Christman, R.A
Recognizing and describing "pet rocks"
48 572 Harper, S.B
Large-format table-top charts for rock classification
48 572 Reynolds, S.J., and Semken, S.C
Rocks before terms and tables - From the concrete to the abstract
48 571 Dowse, M.E
Everyday minerals
48 571 Thomas, J.J
48 570 Semken, S.C
Some great ideas for geoscience teachers
48 570 Benison, K.C
Using analogous materials in large introductory geology classes
48 562 Shea, J.H
Learning from students
48 522-532 Vacher, H.L
Computational geology 12 - Cramer's rule and the three-point problem
48 514-521 trop, J.M., Krockover, G.H., and Ridgway, K.D
Integration of field observations with laboratory modeling for understanding hydrologic processes in an undergraduate earth-science course
48 487-499 Drummond, C., and Coates, J
Exploring the statistics of sedimentary bed thicknesses - two case studies
48 482-486 Macdonald, R.H., and Bailey, C.M
Integrating the teaching of quantitative skills across the geology curriculum in a department
48 478-481 Vacher, H.L
A course in geological-mathematical problem solving
48 474-478 Lutz, T.M., and Srogi, L.A
The role of a shadow course in improving the mathematics skills of geoscience majors
48 469-473 Roberts, S.M
Reinforcing quantitative skills with applied research on tombstone-weathering rates
48 459-463 Keller, C.K., Allen-King, R.M., and O'Brien, R
A framework for integrating quantative geologic problem solving into courses across the undergraduate geology curriculum
48 455-458 Hall-Wallace, M.K
Using linear regression to determine plate motions
48 447-449 Stracher, G.B., and Shea, J.H
Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass
48 443-446 Herrstrom, E.A
Enhancing the spatial skills of non-geoscience majors using the global positioning system
48 440-442 Nelson, R.S., and Corbett, R.G
Rock-density exercises for introductory-level courses
48 436-439 Carlson, G.R
Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors
48 431-435 Durpre, W.R. and Evans, I
Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology classes
48 427-430 Shosa, J.D., Woodrow, D., and Orrell, S
Self-contained problem sets as a means of incorporating quantitative-skill development in existing introductory geoscience courses
48 423-427 Guertin, L.A
Using logic problems in introductory-level geoscience courses to develop critical reasoning and basic quantitative skills
48 418-422 Kenyon, P.M
Building quantitative skills in geoscience courses using homework assignments of increasing difficulty
48 413-418 Bailey, C.M
A quantatative approach to introductory geology courses
48 409-412 Macdonald, R.H., Srogi, L.A., and Stracher, G.B
Building the quantitative skills of students in geoscience courses
48 385 Hirsch, E.D
Food for thought
48 382-385 Wampler, J.M
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Confusion about the role of infiltration in the hydrologic cycle
48 373-381 H.L. Vacher
Computational geology 11 - Uniformitarianism and the inverse problem
48 337-342 Kvale, E.P., Powell, R.L., and McNerney, M.J
The art, history and geoscience of Hindostand whetstone gravestones in Indiana
48 333-336 Pestrong, R
Geology - the sensitive science
48 329-332 Morris, M., Morrison, D.L., and Rosenberg, G.D
Lithographic limestone as a teaching tool
48 325-328 Montgomery, S.L
Were artists the first teachers of geology?
48 321-324 Mieras, B.L
Linking art and geology for geoscience and educators through geoart
48 317-320 Leo, R.F
Minerals and the visual arts
48 313-316 Crannell, A., and Frantz, M
A course in mathematics and art
48 313-316 Crannell, A., and Frantz, M
A course in mathematics and art
48 309-312 Grall-Johnson, H.M
Geology for art students
48 306-309 Johnson, K.G
Nineteenth-century convergence of geology and landscape art in eastern New York state - A pedagogic windfall
48 304-306, 360-361 Rowe, J.L., and Bjornerud, M
Volcanic petrographic textures in ceramic-glaze interfaces
48 300-303, 359 Moore, L.B
Scientific illustration techniques and handmade mineral paints fo geoscience classes
48 296-299, 367-358 Allmon, W.D., and Ross, R.M
An art exhibit on dinosaurs and the nature of science
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, 3 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
More to earth science than meets the eye
48 276-278, 347 Hill, P.S
Teaching geochemistry through the artistic use of glass, ceramics and glazes
48 273-275 Rosenberg, G.D
Making space for art in the earth sciences
48 267-272 Gould, C.F.Jr., and Whitford, D.J
Computer-aided visualization and animation of ocean-wave dynamics
48 261-266 Velbel, M.A
Classroom index-card simulations of crystal growth
48 258 Shea, J.H
Forty years of teaching geology
48 239-241 Wampler, J.M
Misconceptions - A column abour errors in geoscience textbooks - Misconceptions of the development of cones of depression
48 229-238 Vacher, H.L
Computational geology 10 - The algebra of deduction
48 209-215 Kirschner, D., Encarnacion, J., and Agosta, F
Incorporating stable-isotope geochemistry in undergraduat laboratory courses
48 198-202 Darling, R.S
Modeling magmatic phase equilibria with synthetic h2O - KCl fluid inclusions
48 184-198 Mann, K.O
Teaching biostratigraphy
48 179-183 Martin-Chivelet, J., Osleger, D.A., and Montanez, I.P
Modified Fischer plots as graphical tools for evaluating thickness patterns in stratigraphic successions
48 167-178 Lockley, M.G., and Wright, J.L
Reading about dinosaurs - An annotated bibliography of books
48 150-160 Edgett, K.S
K-12 educator involvement in the Mars Pathfinder field trips in the channeled scabland of Washington and Idaho
48 76 Macdonald, R.H., Srogi, L. and Stracher
Building the quantitative skills of students
48 70-76 Vacher, H.L
computational geology 9 - The exponential function
48 58-61 Gibson, M.A. and Byerly, D
Don W. Byerly - 1999 Neil Miner Awardee
48 46-56 Hodder, P.W. and Otrel-Case, K
An interactive, process-oriented geoscience exhibition
48 30-32 Battles, D.A
47 2 Shea, J.H.
The excitement of contemporary geology (editorial)
47 5-7 Wagner, J.R.
A retrospective trip through time - 1998 NAGT Presidential address
47 8-11 Malone, D.H.
A faculty survey on field trips in undergraduate structural-geology courses
47 17-22 Harris, C.D., and McCartney, K.
Using the Internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course
47 23-30 Francis, R.D., Sigurdson, D.R., Legg, M.R., Grannell, R.B., and Ambos, E.L.
Student participation in an offshor seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes fault, California continental borderland
47 31-38 Soja, C.M.
Using an experiment in burial taphonomy to delve into the fossil record
47 39 Huffman, S.
Do high-school earth-science/geology courses satisfy university science admission  requirements
47 40-44 Sautter, L.R., Keener-Chavis, P., and Jessen, A.L.
A model for teaching interdisciplinary science to precollege teachers
47 45-55 Drummond, C.
Facilitating scientific thoughtfulness for non-science majors
47 56-58 Astwood, P.M., and Carpenter, J.R.
Presentation and acceptance of 1998 Neil Miner Award
47 65-70 Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 4 - Mapping with vectors
47 70-71 Sanders, L.L.
Computational geology News and Views-theme session on teaching hydrogeology
47 71-72 Andersen, J., and Hansen, E.
Computational geology News and Views = Connecting science and mathematics  general-education courses
47 95 Macdonald, H.M.
Workshop for early-career faculty in the geosciences - teaching, research, and  managing your career
47 110 Shea, J.H.
Education "research" at the annual meeting (editorial)
47 119-123 Hall-Wallace, M.K.
Integrating computing across a geosciences curriculum through an applications course
47 124-130 McKay, L.D., and Kammer, T.W.
Incorporating hydrogeology in a mapping-based geology field camp
47 135-142 Soreghan, G.S., and Soreghan, M.J.
A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology
47 150-157 Carlson, C.A.
Field research as a pedagogical tool for learning hydrogeochemistry and  scientific-writing skills
47 158-165 Dunnivant, F.M., Newman, M.E., Brzenk, R., Moore, A., Alfano, M.J.
A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course  in earth science
47 166-175 Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 5 - If geology, then calculus
47 182-184 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - How two rights can  make a wrong
47 184 Robinson, R.
3rd International Conference on Geoscience Education
47 185 The StrATegy Column for precollege teachers - Teaching geoscience through literature
47 188 Shamos, M.H.
Food for thought
47 201 Anderson, K.S.
News from capitol hill - Geoscientists beyond the geosciences
47 207 Jackson, J.
Getting earth science week off to a great start  (+ poster insert on "Sustaining our Soils and Society")
47 210 Shea, J.H.
Maps as educational tools
47 221-226 Tepper, J.H.
Connecting geology, history, and the classics through a course in geomythology
47 227-235 Anderson, K.S., Hickson, T.A., Crider, J.G., and Graham, S.A.
Integrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project
47 241-248 Twidale, C.R.
A plea for the best of the past - Suggestions for teaching about landforms
47 249-254 Carpenter, J.R., Tolhurst, J.W., Day, E.A., Zenger, S., Barron, A. and Dozier, K.
A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate  environmental-education course
47 260-265 Domack, C.W.
Teaching introductory meteorology through an observation-oriented term project
47 266-271 Davies-Vollum, K.S., Edgar, K.C., Fox, M.J., Fuller, E.R., Levin, E.C., McCaffrey, D.B.,  Reist, M.R., and Stamski, R.E.
Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed project.
47 275-276 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks, problematic  descriptions of some chemical bonds
47 310 Shea, J.H.
Global warming (Editorial)
47 321-324 Speece, M.A.
Using new laboratory equipment for geoscience technical outreach
47 325-330 Reichard, J.S.
Switching from a traditional to a computer-based format for introductory  geoscience lectures
47 331-335 Chang, C.-Y., Hua, H.-P., and Barufaldi, J.P.
Earth science student attitudes toward a constructivist teaching approach in Taiwan
47 336-340 Zaprowski, B.J. and Clyde, W.C.
Playing in a mock worl - A laboratory exercise for introductory Earth-history classes
47 350-356 Hodder, A.P.W.
Using a decision-assessment matrix in volcanic-hazard management
47 362-366 Guerra, D.V.
Emphasizing environmental concepts and policies in an introductory  meteorology course
47 366-368 Slater, T.F., Safko, J.L., and Carpenter, J.R.
Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based  astronomy-for-teachers course
47 384-385 Dutch, S.I.
Review - CD ROM photo atlas of minerals
47 406 Semken, S.
Great ideas for teaching geoscience
47 410 Shea, J.H.
Should the Philosophy of Science be X-rated?
47 420-427 Gran, S.E., Bierman, P.R., and Nichols, K.K.
Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes and snowy mountains
47 449-454 Nottis, K.E.
Using analogies to teach plate-tectonics concepts
47 455-463 Vogt, A.
Toward a self-reflective science education
47 464-468 Wheeler, G.R.
Teaching mineral resources as an aid to understanding international policy issues
47 472 Semken, S.
Great ideas for teaching geoscience
47 473-482 Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 8 - The power function
46 524-527 Exton, B.J.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Marine geology and oceanography
46 500-506 Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 3 - Progressing geometrically
46 488-493 Rye, J.A.
Understanding the role of chlorofluorocarbons in global atmospheric change
46 484-487 Metzenberg, S.
A critique of the "research basis" for the National Science Education Standards  and the AAAS Benchmarks for Science Literacy
46 479-483 Dutch, S.I.
Unit-cell models of isometric crystals
46 471-475 Abbott, P.L., and Zebrowski, E.Jr.
Natural disasters as a unifying theme for an interdisciplinary science course
46 460-464 Mayfield, J.D., and Schiffman, P.
Measuring the density of porous volcanic rocks in the field using a plastic-wrap coating.
46 452-455 Mankiewicz, C.
A laboratory exercise on fossil borings
46 449-451 Whisonant, R.C., and Philley, J.C.
Registration and testing of practicing geologists: implication for academic programs
46 439-449 Hall-Wallace, M.K.
Can earthquakes be predicted?
46 433-438 Lee, M.-K.
Hands-on laboratory exercises for an undergraduate hydrogeology course
46 427-432 Gillespie, B.M., and Giardino, J.R.
Explaining the importance of operation definitions to students
46 421-426 Reynolds, S.J., and Peacock, S.M.
Slide observations - Promoting active learning, landscape appreciation, and critical  thinking in introductory-geology courses
46 418 Shea, J.H.
Enabling the uninterested
46 398-401 Exton, B.J.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Economic geology
46 392 Stensrud, H.L.
Video review
46 390-392 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions - Misstatements of the contribution of mechanical weathering to  clastic sediments.
46 388 Stracher, G.B.
News and views: Symposia on enhancing geology students' quantitative skills
46 374-380 Shea, J.H.
An exercise for introductory astronomy or earth-science classes on understanding the  phase changes of Venus
46 368-373 Zappo, L.E.
A demographic survey relevant to earth-science teachers as mentors and role models  for minority students
46 363-367 Mao, S.-L., Chang, C.-Y., and Barufaldi, J.P.
Inquiry teaching and its effects on secondary-school students' learning of  earth science concepts
46 354-363 Lang, H.M.
A case study approach to teaching environmental mineralogy
46 341-345 Malone, D.H.
A discussion-based exercise for teaching the use (and abuse) of the stratigraphic code
46 337-340 Diecchio, R.J.
A modular earth-science curriculum
46 330-336 Feldmann, R.M., Carney, J.S., and Schloman, B.F.
The effects of videotaping and attendance incentives to enhance performance in a  high-enrollment oceanography course
46 321-330 Whisonant, R.C.
Linking geology and social studies - Civil War battles for southwestern Virginia's  lead and salt
46 318 Shea, J.H.
Science-education standards and the non-major course
46 285-287 Exton, B.J.
Exploring geology on the world-wide web - Planetary geology, asteriods,  comets and meteorites
46 274-279 Renshaw, C.E., Taylor, H.A., and Reynolds, C.H.
Impact of computer-assisted instruction in hydrogeology on critical-thinking skills
46 252-260 Babcock, L.E.
Experimental investigation of the processes of fertilization
46 244-251 Bailey, C.M.
An integrative geologic mapping project for structural-geology courses
46 233-237 Davis, L.E., Kolb, R.L., and Derewetzky, A.
Molding and casting fossils for geology laboratories
46 229-232 Carlson, G.R.
Use of an umbrella and a globe to help students understand apparent nocturnal motion
46 221-228 Stern, R.J.
A subduction primer for instructors of introductory-geology courses and authors of  introductory-geology textbooks
46 195-198 Kusnick, Judi
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - exploring weathering
46 190-193 Wampler, J.M., Knox, J.A., and Borenstein, S.R.
Geomythology - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks -  Unphysical descriptions of the approach to geostrophic equilibrium
46 182-186 Mankiewicz, Carol
A laboratory exercise in experimental bioimmuration
46 169-177 Stracher, G.B., Lindsley-Griffin, Nancy, and Griffin, J.R.
A laboratory exercise in mineral thermodynamics
46 164-168 Basu, Abhijit, Eigenbrode, J.L.
A laboratory exercise on cratering in a geology course for non-science majors
46 157-163 Panno, S.V., Hackley, K.C., and Nuzzo, V.A.
Teaching multidisciplinary environmental science in a wetland setting
46 154-156 Saini-Edukat, Bernhardt
A WWW spreadsheet-based exercise on flood-frequency analysis
46 149-153 Slater, T.F., Beaudrie, B.P., and Fixen, R.L.
Implementing K-12 hypermediated earth system science activities based on  world-wide-web resources
46 146-148 Magloughlin, J.F.
A simple computer program for mineral recognition and study for geology undergraduates
46 137-140 Havholm, K.G.
An activity to introduce the geoscience perspective
46 118 Shea, J.H.
More progress (???) on science education standards
46 109-110 Isachsen, Yngvar and Fakundiny, Robert
Citation of Frank Revetta as John Mason Clarke Medalist
46 107-109 Anonymous
Barbara Tewksbury named professor of the year for New York
46 106 Macdonald, Heather
Announcement and application form for NAGE faculty-enhancement workshop
46 103-104 McGuire, Thomas
Teaching, learning, and national standards
46 82 Glover, Alex
Food for thought
46 61-66 Savarese, Michael
Collaborative learning in an upper-division university geobiology course
46 51-54 Weight, W.D.
The distribution of angle-of-repose data
46 45-50 Heins, W.A., and Walker, J.R.
Using a campus waterway for undergraduate-course exercises and  summer-research experiences
46 41-44 Tucker, D.R., Tucker, M.R., and Rieck, W.A.
A cooperative learning exercise using glacial gravels
46 24-27 Bralower, Timothy, Whitney, Donna, Kogan, Irina, and Campbell, David
A new interactive class and lab for undergraduate non-geology majors on Earth,  climate, and life through time
46 5-6 Tewksbury, B.J.
1997 NAGT Presidential Address - Doing more than cloning ourselves, the need to  reach all students
45 451-455 Guth, P.L.
Teaching plate tectonics and marine geophysics to introductory students  with a microcomputer
45 428-439 Berger, W.H.
Experimenting with ice-age cycles in a spreadsheet
45 412-414 King, H.M., and Dodson, R.L.
Integrating subdisciplines into upper-level geology courses
45 404-411 Rich, C.C., and Onasch, C.M.
An introductory-geology laboratory exercise on ground-water-pollution  potential using the DRASTIC system
45 402 Shea, J.H.
Beginning a new academic year
45 381-385 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for pre-college science teachers, paper cores and  problem solving
45 378-380 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions -- A column about errors in geoscience textbooks,  8. Wrong-way precession as a consequence of not thinking things through
45 369-372 Rose, S.E.
A spreadsheet approach to the hydrological cycle
45 354-358 O'Connell, S.B.
Communicating science in general-education science courses with  popular-science books
45 349-353 Johnson, M.C., and Guth, P.L.
A realistic microcomputer exercise designed to teach geologic reasoning
45 344-348 Rice-Snow, S.
Terrain description as a collaborative-writing component in undergraduate  geomorphology instruction
45 331-336 Hayward, R.K., Shebesta, D.Y., and Lowell, T.V.
Computerized imagae analysis of outcrops
45 326-330 Orndorff, R.L., and Stamm, J.F.
A laboratory exercise introducing the concept of effective discharge in  fluvial geomorphology
45 322-325 Foos, A.M.
Integration of a class research project into a traditional geochemistry lab course
45 308-313 Sullivan, M.A., and Dilek, Y.
Enhancing scientific literacy throught the use of information technology in  introductory geoscience classes
45 295-297 Tewksbury, B.
1997-98 NAGT Distinguished Speakers Program
45 293-294 Leveson, D.
The trivialization of factual knowledge -- comment
45 273-276 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the world-wide web -- remote sensing and geographic  information systems
45 272 Tewksbury, B.
Call for exames of effective and innovative teaching in the geosciences
45 262-267 The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers --  New views of the sea floor
45 246-251 Gore, P.J.W.
Using the world-wide web in the geology classroom
45 234-237 Drake, J.C., Worley, I.A., and Mehrtens, C.J.
An introductory-level field-based course in geology and botany
45 229-234 Ettensohn, F.R.
An experiment in collaborative mapping at geology field camp
45 216-220 Cordell, B.M.
A lunar-base lab for geology or astronomy courses
45 211-215 Abolins, M.J.
Using free digital data to introduce volcanic hazards
45 206-206 Amenta, R.V., Holyoke, C.W., Krohn, T.G.M., Bonder, M.J., and Leopold, M.C.
Undergraduate research in petrology approached through computer modeling  of fabric evolution in igneous rocks
45 193 Tewksbury, B.
Call for examples of effective and innovative teaching techniques for NAGT publication
45 177-179 Misconceptions -- A column about errors in geoscience textbooks:  6. Misconceptions of the hydraulic factors of river discharge
45 173-176 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the world-wide web -- Hydrology and hydrogeology
45 153-156 Smith, J.V.
A non-hierarchical rock-identification scheme
45 150-152 Busse, P.L.
Computer plotting of a contour profile by precollege students using NIH Image
45 147-149 Miller, J.W.Jr., and Manns, M.L.
Expert systems as a tool for teaching mineral and rock identification
45 129-132 Orion, N., BenChaim, D., and Kali, Y.
Relationship between earth-science education and spatial visualization
45 123-128 Spencer, P.K.
The method of multiple working hypotheses in undergraduate education with an  example of its application and misapplication
45 117-122 Murray, J.J.
Ethnogeology and its implications for the aboriginal geoscience curriculum
45 109-112 Semken, S.C., and Morgan, F.
Navajo pedagogy and earth systems
45 105-108 Bevier, M.L., Thompson, J.C., Evenchick, C.A., and Wyss, J.A.
Making geoscience relevant to First Nations' students from the north coast of  British Columbia
45 104-105 Semken, S.C.
NAGT/GSA Symposium on geoscience education in native American communities
45 102 Shea, J.H.
Progress on science-education standards [editorial]
45 89 Harder, V.
NAGT on the www
45 81 Cambrian Systems, Inc.
Geoscience education through intelligent tutors (GETIT)
45 74-76 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions -- a column about errors in geoscience textbooks;  5. Crystallization temperature and weathering susceptibility
45 73 Christman, R.A.
Call for nominations for Neil Miner Award
45 65-68 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers --  from mountains to monsoons
45 61-63 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the world-wide web -- glaciers and climate change
45 60 Tewksbury, B.
Call for examples for book on effective and innovative teaching in the geosciences
45 10-21 Kali, Y., Orion, N., and Mazor, E.
Software for assisting high-school students in the spatial perception of  geological structures
45 4-9 Cooke, M.L., Anderson, K.S., and Forrest, S.E.
Creating accessible introductory-geology field trips
45 2 Shea, J.H.
The trivialization of factual knowledge [editorial]
44 603-605 Mogk, D.W.
Partnerships in geoscience education through National Science Foundation programs
44 600-603 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Rocks and minerals
44 598-599 Wampler, J.M., and Harris, C.D.
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks -  4. The "two-bulge" tidal-model misconception
44 584-590 Metzger, E.P.
">The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - The just-right planet
44 576-580 Campagna, D.J., and Warner, T.A.
">Introduction to digital-mapping laboratory exercises
44 565-568 Spear, F.S.
">The relationship between pH and PCO2 as the basis for simple classroom  ">demonstration of chemical equilibrium in the carbonate system
44 539-548 Mies, J.W.
">Automated digital compilation of structural symbols
44 535-538 Argast, S.F., and Maloney, D.P.
">Weathering as a topic in an interdisciplinary science course for general education
44 523-528 Slater, T.F., Carpenter, J.R., and Safko, J.L.
Dynamics of a constructivist astronomy course for in-service teachers
44 506-517 Rahn, P.H., and Davis, A.D.
An educational and research well field
44 462-464 Wampler, J.M.
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks -  3. Mythical effects of molecular attraction on groundwater movement
44 457-460 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - "... And to your left is Valhalla"
44 448-451 Schimmrich, S.H., and Gore, P.J.W.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Volcanoes and volcanism
44 412-416 Hannah, J.L.
What NSF expects in project evaluations for educational innovations
44 408-411 McManus, D.A.
Mandated assessment of student-learning outcomes in geoscience departments
44 401-407 Niemitz, J.W.
Preparing geology majors for their future by assessing what works for students and faculty
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
44 379-384 Fuhrman, M.
Developing good multiple-choice tests and test questions
44 373-378 Brunkhorst, B.J.
Assessing student learning in undergraduate geology courses by correlating  assessment with what we want to teach
44 366-372 Tewksbury, B.J.
Teaching without exams - The challenges and benefits
44 361-365 Glenn, W.H.
Integrating teaching about the Little Ice Age with history, art, and literature
44 327-333 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Charting global climate change
44 321-322 Wampler, J.M., and Hannibal, J.T.
Geomythology - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks -  2. Cleopatras needle still is not a good example of weathering in cities
44 317-320 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Geophysics, plate tectonics and  structural geology
44 315-317 Hudak, P.F.
Hydrogeology lessons and exercises for introductory physical-geology students
44 309-314 Edwards, D.J., Bryon, D., and Sowerbutts, B.
Recent advances in the development and use of courseware within earth  science teaching
44 300-308 Roof, S.R., and Savoy, L.E.
Laboratory exploration of Pleistocene climate change, orbital forcing, and  ocean-atmosphere interactions
44 294-299 Tanner, L.H.
The Milankovitch theory in sedimentary geology and its role in geological education
44 290-293 Everitt, C.L., Good, S.C., and Pankiewicz, P.R.
Conceptualizing the inconceivable by depicting the magnitude of geological time  with a yearly planning calendar
44 277-289 Hill, H.K., and Fleisher, P.J.
Nomenclature applied to deposits formed in glacial and ice-contact environments
44 270-276 Machel, H.G.
Roadkill as teaching aids in historical geology and paleontology
44 266-269 Dove, J.E.
Student teacher identification of rock types
44 262-265 Lockwood, J.F., Johnson, J., and Komatsu, G.
Planetary research as a practical way to learn geology and the process of science
44 259-261 Slattery, W.A.
A course for training preservice elementary teachers in the content and processes  of earth science
44 253-258 Searight, T.K., and Malone, D.H.
A geologic mapping problem for structural geology class
44 251-252 Tunnicliffe, V.
Paleobiology - An alternative viewpoint
44 245-250 Dutch, S.I.
The standard model for reform in science education does not work
44 241-242 Fleisher, P.J.
Cover photograph of Bering Glacier, Alaska
44 212-214 Schimmrich, S.H.
Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Seismology and earthquakes
44 197-201 Peterson, C.D., Anderson, L.L., and Michtom, W.D.
Applications of undergraduate research proposals in general-education  earth-science courses
44 183-188 Edgett, K.S., and Christensen, P.R.
K-12 education outreach program initiated by a university research team for  the Mars global surveyor thermal emission spectrometer project
44 164-168 McConnell, D.A.
Using presentation software in large lecture classes
44 161-163 Bhatia, D.M.S., and Corgan, J.X.
Using Geodynamics Data Base in a volcanology course
44 149-160 Shea, J.H.
An exercise on interpreting telescopic images of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter
44 134-148 Fichter, L.S.
Tectonic rock cycles
44 129-133 Reichard, J.S.
Teaching stereo viewing in the classroom
44 129-133 Reichard, J.S.
Teaching stereo viewing in the classroom
Geodynamics as the center of a new earth-sciences curriculum and the theme  of a new undergraduate laboratory
43 480-484 Smith, G.L.
Using field and laboratory exercises on local water bodies to teach fundamental  concepts in an introductory oceanography course
43 477-479 Badger, R.L.
Course intergration through student research projects in geology
43 471-476 Brady, J.B., and Boardman, S.J.
Introducing mineralogy students to x-ray diffraction through optical diffraction  experiments by using lasers
43 466-470 Brady, J.B., Newton, R.M., and Boardman, S.J.
New uses for powder x-ray diffraction experiments in the undergraduate curriculum
43 461-465 Mogk, D.W., and King, J.L.
Service learning in geology classes
43 453-460 Hodge, D., Bursik, M., and Barclay, D.
Simulation of physical processes in environmental geology laboratories
43 430 Macdonald, R.H.
Geology education program at the 1995 NAGT/GSA meeting in New Orleans
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
43 408-412 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers -  hot spots, plumes, and plate motion
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
43 400-403 Manduca, C.A., and Woodard, H.H.
Research groups for undergraduate students and faculty in the  Keck Geology Consortium
43 395-400 Mayer, V.J., Fortner, R.W., and Hoyt, W.H.
Using cooperative learning as a structure for Earth Systems Education workshops
43 391-394 Starr, E.M.
Cooperative learning and its effects on geology achievement and  science attitudes of preservice elementary-school teachers
43 385-390 Smith, D.L, Hoersch, A.L., and Gordon, P.R.
Problem-based learning in the undergraduate geology classroom
43 381-384 Munn, B.J., tracy, R.J., and Jenks, P.J.
A collaborative approach to petrology field trips
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
43 366-370 Schweitzer, J.
Use of learning stations as a strategy for teaching concepts by  active-learning methods
43 361-366 Bekken, B.M.
A revised physical-geology-laboratory curriculum based on group learning
43 357-359 Kruse, S.E.
Using cooperative-learning methods to teach quantitative material in  an undergraduate geophysics course
43 352-356 Ross, M.E.
Exercise for introductory environmental-geology lecture courses
43 346-351 Beiersdorfer, R.E., and Beiersdorfer, S.L.
Collaborative learning in an advanced environmental-geology course
43 341-345 Macdonald, R.H., and Korinek, L.
Cooperative-learning activities in large entry-level geology courses
43 334-340 Wiswall, C.G., and Srogi, L.
Using writing in small groups to enhance learning
43 332-334 Manner, B.M.
"Sink or swim" together in a geology classroom
43 330-331 Housel, E.S., Huston, A.L., Martin, C.A., and Pierce, T.L.
Student perspectives on a cooperative-learning experience
43 327-330 McManus, D.A.
Changing a course in marine geology from lecture format to a  cooperative-learning format
43 327-330 McManus, D.A.
Changing a course in marine geology from lecture format to a cooperative-learning format
43 322-326 Tewksbury, BJ.
Specific strategies for using the "jigsaw" technique for working in groups in  non-lecture-based courses
43 317-321 Basu, A., and Middendorf, J.
Discovering new knowledge through collaborative learning in groups
43 309-316 Bykerk-Kauffman, A.
Using cooperative learning in college geology classes
43 306-308 Shea, J.H.
Problems with collaborative learning
43 305 Macdonald, R.H., and Kauffman, A.B.
Collaborative and cooperative activities as tools for teaching and learning geology
43 294-295 Tewksbury, B.
NAGT Distinguished Speakers Program for 1995-96
43 289-291 triplehorn, D.
On the back of an envelope - A column devoted to encouraging calculation in geology
43 273-276 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege earth science teachers -  a look at seismic sleuths
43 260-261 Hannah, J.L.
Resource exploration - NSF funding for innovations in education
43 244-245 Stensrud, H.L.
A new look at the old problem of breccias
43 236-243 DeLa'O, J.D.
CAD solid modeling as an interactive tool for applications involving multicomponent  phase diagrams
43 227-229 Kopaska-Merkel, D.C.
Making an ice core
43 221-226 Milliken, K.L., and Eustice, R.A.
Historical data on graduate-level participation of women in a large geoscience department
43 216-220 Slater, T.F., and Astwood, P.M.
Strategies for using and grading undergraduate student-assessment portfolios in  an environmental geology course
43 204-211 Over, J.D.
An exercise on dinosaur trackways for introductory science courses
43 187 Geary, E.E.
Geological Society of America announces the fourth annual Biggs Award
43 176-179 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy CILUMN for precollege science teachers: comets, collisions, and craters
43 158-166 Anonymous
Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1994
43 152-157 Moore, A. and Derry, L.
Understanding natural systems through simple dynamical systems modeling
43 135-140 Kastens, K.A.
Earth science as a vehicle for illuminating the boundary between the known  and the unknown
43 132 Underwood, J.R.Jr.
Writing clearly and concisely - a voice from the past
43 128-131 Manner, B.M
Field studies benefit students and teachers
43 121-127 Kern, E.L. and Carpenter, J.R.
A highly successful science and mathematics enhancement effort for grades K-6
43 114-120 Mattox, S.R. and Babb, J.L.
Seismology demonstrations and activities for inservice training of K-12 teachers  in areas of high seismic risk
43 107-113 Larrieu, T.L.
Basin analysis with a spreadsheet
43 102 Shea, J.H.
National science education standards (editorial)
43 60-63 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: volcanic activity
43 51 Mott, C.J.
Geoscience education discussion group internet
43 47-51 Chew, R.T.III
Glass-bottom boat on the Devonian sea -- A teaching perspective
43 43-46 Ulanski, S.L.
Curriculum reform in undergraduate geology programs
43 35-42 Diecchio, R.J.
Isostasy for geoscience labs
43 26-29 Gosselin, D.C., Mohlman, D.R., Belohlavy, F.V., Matherne, A.M., and Wright, J.L.
The Nebraska earth science education network initiative
43 6-10 Mies, J.W.
Simple methods for rapid determination of lattice-preferred orientation in two dimensions
43 4-5 Tormey, B.B.
Our strength and mission (1994 NAGT Presidential Address)
42 501 Dennis, T.R.
Food for thought
42 485-490 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers
42 471-477 Bursik, M.I., Hodge, D.S., and Sheridan, M.F.
Interactive computer modeling of social and scientific issues related to  volcanic hazards
42 462-467 Boger, P.D., and Boger, J.L.
Interactive computer applications for the improvement of introductory-geology  laboratory exercises
42 456-461 Tibbs, N.H., and Cwick, G.J.
An equipment-intensive field methods course in environmental-geoscience
42 453-455 Horton, R.A.Jr.
X-ray diffraction as an instructional tool at all levels of the geology curriculum
42 448-452 April, R.H.
An NSF-funded curriculum iniative designed to attract minority students to geology
42 444-447 Rosenberg, G.D. and Barth, A.P.
Acquisition of an automated X-ray diffractometer for advanced undergraduate  instruction in the earth sciences
42 439-443 Hatfield, C.B.
A permanent solution to the fuel-supply problem
42 433-438 Florence, F.P.
Emphasizing environmental concepts in the undergraduate mineralogy syllabus
42 420-423 Gunckel, K.L.
Research-based geology and paleontology education for elementary-  and secondary-school students
42 417-419 Davis, L.E., Brady, E., and Boehmke, M.A.R.
Library research: the first step in geoscience writing
42 412-416 Smith, D.P.
The sphere as a tool for teaching statistics
42 410 Shea, J.H.
Some additional thoughts on introductory-geology textbooks
42 351-357 Martin, L.E., Carpenter, J.R., Ryan, J.M., and Astwood, P.M.
Evaluation of an advanced earth-science-seminar series for earth-science t eacher-resource agents
42 345-350 Gibson, M.A.
Teaching scientific integrity to geology majors
42 337-344 Sanders, L.L.
A problem-based graduate-level course in practical hydrology
42 332-336 Hollocher, K.T.
North-central Colorado as a model field area for integrated lab exercises  in map interpretation
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
42 312-315 Allen, J.E., and Burns, S.
The important first lecture to an introductory geology class
42 310 Shea, J.H.
The beauty of textbooks
42 305 Macdonald, R.H.
Call for abstracts for NAGT theme session on collaborative teaching
42 303-304 Douglas, R., and Pipkin, B.W.
Presentation and acceptance of the 1993 R.W. Webb Award
42 302 Geary, E.E.
Call for nominations for GSA's Biggs Award
42 272 triplehorn, D.
On the back of an envelope
42 264-271 Wet, P. de
Integrating field observations with physical and computer models in an  introductory environmental-geology course
42 261-263 Constantopoulos, T.L.
A cooperative approach to teaching mineral identification
42 258-260 Hanley, T.B.
Participating in an environmental workshop for middle-school teachers at  Keystone Science School
42 249-257 Pestrong, R.
Geosciences and the arts
42 245-248 Anderson, W.I., and Cooney, T.M.
An update conference for earth science teachers --  experiences at the University of Northern Iowa
42 239-244 Romey, W.D.
Teaching geology through a porthole -- opportunities on a world cruise
42 220-224 Werner, A., and Roof, S.R.
Using Darcy flow tubes to teach concepts of ground-water geology
42 212-219 Maher, H.D.Jr.
The role of extension in mountain-belt life cycles
42 176-179 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, exploring  density differences
42 162-163 Kenah, C.
Squashed coins illustrate the power of structural geology
42 134-140 Bezzi, A. and Happs, J.C.
Belief systems as barriers to learning in geological education
42 129-133 Black, N.R.
Creative writing in historical geology as an alternative to the standard geologic report
42 125-128 Kirchner, J.G.
Results of an alumni survey on professional and personal growth at field camp
42 118-124 Alcock, J.
Simulating the historical process to creat laboratory exercises that teach research methods
42 110 Shea, J.H.
Teaching improvement
42 46-47 triplehorn, D.
On the back of an envelope
42 25-31 Dilek, Y., Thomas, R.C., and Whitney, D.L.
Team-teaching petrology in a tectonic context
42 17-24 Gunter, M.E.
Asbestos as a metaphor for teaching risk perception
42 7-9 Kastining, E.H. and Whisonant, R.C.
Robert C. Whisonant: 1993 Neil Miner Awardee
42 2 Shea, J.H.
Geological education at our annual meeting (editorial)
41 514 Malone, V.
Teaching the unknown in geology [letter]
41 508-510 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: watershed wisdom
41 497-499 Nesterov, E.M.
Geoscience education in old and new Russia
41 490-496 Shea, J.H.
An exercise for introductory earth-science classes on using globular clusters to  determine the size of the Milky Way galaxy and our position in it
41 442-445 Weiland, T.J.
A three-dimensional teaching aid for optical mineralogy
41 433-437 James, P.R., and Clark, I.F.
Grid sketching to aid teaching geological mapping in an area of complex  polydeformation
41 425-432 Tikoff, B., Teyssier, C., and Fossen, H.
Computer applications for teaching general two-dimensional deformation
41 420-424 Kobluk, D.R.
An electronic textbook and its use in a historical geology course
41 412-419 Weekes, A.F., and Carpenter, J.R.
A comparison of two approaches to a course on the geology of  South Carolina for teachers
41 398 Shea, J.H.
Multiple-choice exams [response]
41 397-398 Edwards, D.
Multiple-choice exams [letter]
41 393-395 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers:  of cookies, commodities, and conservation
41 339-344 Carpenter, J.R., Astwood, P.M., Ryan, J.M., Smith, K., and Wideman, I.
An overview of the South Carolina Earth-Science-Resources Project
41 332-338 McGehee, T.L., Bible, E.M., Harr, T.L., and Cannon, G.S.
Junior rockhounds of south Texas
41 318-323 King, C.J.H.
Earth science in the National curriculum of England and Wales
41 315-317 Coble, C., Weaver, H.P., and Auito, R.
The Scope, Sequence, and Coordination of secondary-school  science (SS&C) in North Carolina
41 312-314 Roy, E.C.Jr.
Reform in college-level geoscience education
41 304-311 Carpenter, J.R.
An overview of geoscience education reform in the United States
41 294-296 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teachers: foliated food
41 267-274 Fleisher, P.J., Franz, J.M., and Gardner, J.A.
Bathymetry and sedimentary environments in proglacial lakes at the eastern  Bering Piedmont glacier of Alaska
41 262-266 Ousey, J.R.Jr.
A computer-simulation laboratory exercise on water-quality modelling
41 260-261 triplehorn, D.M., and triplehorn, J.H.
Geologists select the great books of geology
41 259 Richter, F.
Food for thought
41 254-259 Blewett, W.L.
Description, analysis, and critique of the method of multiple working hypotheses
41 231-243 Talent, J.A., and Mawson, R.
Teaching reef environments and paleoecology on contemporary and Quaternary reefs
41 222-225 Chan, M.A.
Artwork and creative drawing - tools for learning and geologic synthesis
41 204-207 Picard, M.D.
Teaching the unknown in geology
41 204-207 Picard, M.D.
Teaching the unknown in geology
41 197 Stierman, D., and Shea, J.H.
Multiple-choice exams (letter and response)
41 177-180 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: earthquake wave dance
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
41 164-169 Martin, B.S.
Interactive modelling of open magma systems with spreadsheets
41 163 Dyson, F.J.
Food for thought
41 159-163 Garlick, G.D., and Miller, W.C.III
Simulations of burrowing strategies and construction of Paaleodictyon
41 155-158 Harbor, J.M.
Development of a new course in storm-water management and erosion control
41 151-154 Brown, L.M., Carson, C., Pingatore, D.R., and Rexroad, C.B.
A comprehensive model for teaching writing and oral skills in the geology curriculum
41 150 Berthon, S., and Robinson, A.
Food for thought
41 144-150 Black, N.R.
Integrating the geology of a specific geographic area into the laboratory component  of a course in introductory oceanography
41 133-139 Gunter, M.E.
Some thoughts about teaching introductory geology
41 126-128 Mogk, D.W.
Undergraduate research experiences as preparation for graduate study in geology
41 118-125 Sutherland, R.A.
Rainfall simulation as a tool for teaching process dynamics
41 104-105 Metz, C.L., and Harder, V.M.
The annotated bibliography as an introduction to geology and library research at the  entry level
41 102 Shea, J.H.
Student expectations, faculty expectations
41 79 Kanat, L., and Agne, R.
NAGT special event for K-12 science teachers
41 75-78 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers So what if it's a graywacke?
41 64-74 Macdonald, R.H.
Outstanding earth-science teachers -- 1992
41 38-42 Harbor, J.M., and McClintock, K.A.
Teaching applied geomorphology with an exercise in urban storm-water management  and erosion control
41 32-34 McQueen, K.G., Munson, J.M., Perkin, D.J., and Lewis, G.B.
A geoscience education liaison network in the Australian Capital Territory
41 31 Richter, F.
Food for thought
41 23-28 Kenah, C., and Craig, J.R.
The importance of observations in geology with reference to gold-nugget formation
41 15-23 Kawula, J.D.
The interpretation and indexing of geoscience fiction
41 14 Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci.
Food for thought
40 404-409 Shea, J.H.
An exercise on the use of cepheid-variable stars as astronomical distance  indicators for introductory earth-science classes
40 398-403  Kemp, K.M., and Clark, J.A.
Teaching geology using poster assignments
40 414-416 Richard, B.
1992 NAGT Summer Field Course Program report
40 410-413 Fox, H.F.Jr., and Carpenter, J.R.
Delphi study on barriers to environmental education
40 393-397 Maher, H.D.Jr.
Open and closed rock cycles
40 389-392 Kirchner, J.G., and Corbett, R.G.
A student-assessment method appropriate for a geology program
40 385-388 Mirsky, A.
Survey of writing courses in geoscience education
40 384 Schmidt, J.
Food for thought
40 381-384 Ansfield, V.J.
A graphic representation of the Richter scale
40 373-378 Feldman, H.W.
Geology and paleontology taught by a conference system
40 367-372 McCartney, K., Kimball, R., and Swetnam, J.
Teaching physical geology and laboratory courses by interactive television
40 356-359 Smith, J.V.
A concept matrix for geological structures
40 354 Shea, J.H.
Student complaints about textbooks
40 349 Brown, C.Q.
Reform in science education - a symposium
40 348  Stout, D.L.
CESE and the crisis in science education
40 321-323 Follo, M.F.
Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles
40 307-309 Keller, W.D.
The most valuable thing we can teach in geology courses
40 306-307 Buchwald, C.E.
Applying ideas from the AAAS Project on liberal education and the sciences to geology
40 302-305 Karabinos, P., Stoll, H.M., and Fox, W.T.
Attracting students to science through field exercises in introductory- geology courses
40 293-301 Pinet, P.R.
A primer on teaching higher-order thinking in introductory-geology courses
40 287-292 Tewksbury, B.J.
Using the geology of the Indonesian region as a basis for introductory- geology labs
40 279-286 Macdonald, R.H., Kennedy, C., and Conrad, S.H.
Writing assignments augment learning in introductory geology courses
40 272-278 Merritts, D.J., and Shane, E.B.
Effective use of hands-on activities, state-of-the-art technology, and computers in introductory environmental geology
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
40 233-237 Swenson, M.J.
A microcomputer-based expert system for the identification of minerals
40 228-232 Gibson, G.G., Gibson, B.O., Ortiz, A., and Teeter, S.A.
In-service field-oriented earth science programs for the precollege teacher that make a difference
40 227 Swartz, C.
Food for thought
40 222-226 Harder, V.M., and Burns, G.L.
Geopardy - A computer-assisted review session
40 209-214 Schoon, K.J.
Students' alternative conceptions of earth and space
40 188-193 Kemp, K.M.
Walking tours of building stones for introductory geology courses
40 142-146 Cummins, R.H., Ritger, S.D., and Myers, C.A.
Using the moon as a tool for discovery-oriented learning
40 140-141 Fetter, C.W.
Undergraduate preparation for graduate work in geology
40 135-139 Glenn, W.H.
Introduction of the concepts of plate tectonics into secondary-school earth science textbooks
40 132-134 Hall, M.J.
Using a laser particle counter to enhance sedimentology laboratory exercises
40 130-131 Reguera, F.H., and Losada, J.A.R.
The Sixth Symposium on Geology Teaching in Spain
40 125-129 Geist, D.J.
Computer-aided instruction for the interpretation of phase diagrams for magma
40 119-124 Garver, J.I.
A field-based course in stratigraphy and sedimentology
40 116-118 Brady, J.B.
Does ice dissolve or does halite melt?
40 115-177 Metzger, E.P.
The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers
40 104-108 Hoff, D.B., and Leiker, P.S.
A national teacher network to improve earth science teaching
40 66-73  Mayer, V.J., Armstrong, R.E., Barrow, L.H., Brown, S.M., Crowder, J.N., Fortner, R.W., Graham, M., Hoyt, W.H., Humphris, S.E., Jax, D.W., Shay, E.L., and Shropshire, K.L.
The role of planet earth in the new science curriculum
40 62-65  McCartney, K.
Preparing a term paper for a physical-geology course
40 22 Swartz, C.
Food for thought
40 4-5 Stout, D.L.
Anomalies in geoscience education - 1991 NAGT Presidential address
39 422 Allen, J.E.
Exercise in imagineering and writing
39 388-392 Shea, J.H.
A computer-based subduction-zone-earthquake exercise for  introductory-geology classes
39 379-387 Brown, V.M., and Harrell, J.A.
Megascopic classification of rocks
39 375 Hitchcock, J.
Food for Thought
39 373-375 Gunter, M.E.
In-class computer demonstrations for physical geology
39 370-372 Conrad, S.H.
Reading and abstracting journal articles in sedimentology and stratigraphy
39 362 Stout, D.L.
Message from NAGT President Dorothy Stout
39 358 Potter, N.
NAGT symposium at 1991 GSA in San Diego - New approaches to introductory-geology courses
39 354-355 President's message - Progress in the geosciences at the national level
39 325-330 Westerback, M.E., and Azer, N.
Realistic expectations for rock identification
39 319-321 Corgan, J.X., and Walker, R.E.
Using Time-machine Earth in the classroom
39 311-312 Hatfield, C.B.
Use of current news in teaching geology
39 306-310 Gerencher, J.J.Jr., and Jackson, R.F.
Classroom utilization of a multi-axis Lehman seismograph system
39 303-305 Bart, H.A.
A hands-on approach to understanding topographic maps and their construction
39 289-290 Gunter, M.E., and Schares, S.M.
Computerized optical-mineralogy calculations
39 284-288 Bezzi, A.
A Macintosh program for improving three-dimensional thinking
39 279-283 D'Allura, J.A.
Interactive education in an introductory environmental-geology course
39 270, Stout, D.L.
39 240-242 Yelderman, J.C.Jr., and Hayward, O.T.
Geology through communication at Baylor University
39 237-239 Elberty, W.T.Jr., and Romey, W.D.
"What are you interested in" as a writing assignment theme
39 232-236 Mirsky, A.
Writing assignments as a continuum in geoscience education
39 230-231 Conrad, S.H., and Macdonald, R.H.
Balancing teaching and learning geology on the writing fulcrum
39 227-229 Snow, R.S.
Early writing in the research mode via digital modeling of rivers
39 224-226 Allen, J.C.
Integrating undergraduate research with a writing program
39 221-223 Evans, J.E.
Research-grant proposals as a class writing assignment in a  graduate-level geology course
39 217-220 Fryer, K.H.
Regional geological context for a course in petrography
39 213-216 Mendelson, C.V.
Constructional morphology and exaptation as perspectives for a term  project in paleontology
39 204-205 Stanesco, J.D.
The personal journal as a learning and evaluation tool in geology  field-trip courses
39 202-203 Clemons, J.
Classroom strategies for introductory geology
39 199-201 Macdonald, R.H.
Writing assignments challenge students in a physical-geology course
39 196-198 Beiersdorfer, R.E., and Haynes, J.
An integrated approach to geologic writing for non-science majors based on  study of a California river
39 190-195 Niemitz, J.W., and Potter, N. Jr.
The scientific method and writing in introductory landscape-development laboratories
39 187-189 Coles, K.S.
Journal assignments in an introductory-geology course help the student  and the teacher
39 185-187 Schneiderman, J.S.
Learning geology by writing about the history of geology
39 184 Fischman, S.
Cartoon on writing for geology classes
39 181-184 Halsor, S.P., Faul-Halsor, C.L., and Heaman, P.B.
Enhanced student learning through writing in a physical-geology class
39 178-180 Davis, L.E., Eves, R.L., Corner, H.M., and Urbanczyk, K.M.
Student writing as a tool for writing across the curriculum in large  introductory-geology courses
39 160 Duex, T.W.
"Roll model" for illustrating geologic time
39 145 Fischman, S.
Cartoon about transgressive stratigraphic sequence
39 142-145 Palmer, A.R.
What should my neighbor (and thus every high-school graduate) know  about the geosciences?
39 133-141 Rogers, R.D.
How do we recognize a fault when we see one?
39 127-132 Dutch, S.I.
Geochemical calculations using spreadsheets
39 122-126 Davies, D.J.
Revel in geology! Geological science education for the entire community
39 120-121 Schneiderman, J.S.
Historical inquiry spurs research curiosity
39 118-120 Gibbs, J.A.
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists and geoscience education
39 117-118 Ireton, F.W.
The National Earth Science Teachers Association (NESTA) and geoscience education
39 113-117 Ostrom, M.E.
State geological surveys and geoscience education
39 111-112 Curtis, D.M.
The Geological Society of America's "Science Awareness Through Geoscience  Education" (SAGE) Program
39 108-110 Brunkhorst, B.J.
The National Science Teachers Association and geoscience education
39 106-108 Suiter, M.
The Association of Woman Geoscientists and geoscience education
39 104-105 Lerud, J.V.O.
The Geoscience Information Society and geoscience education
39 103-104 Groat, C.G.
The American Geological Institute and geoscience education
39 101-102 Roberts, S.M.
The Association of Earth Science Editors and precollege geoscience education
39 98-100 Press, F.
Geoscience education as viewed from the National Academy of Sciences
39 95-98 Peck, D.L.
Role of the federal government in geoscience education
39 92-94 Harrison, C.
The role of the American Geophysical Union in geoscience education
39 89-92 Stout, D.L.
The National Association of Geology Teachers and its role in geoscience education
39 52-55 Singh, R.J.
Diagrams and test files for use in introductory geology courses
39 48-51 Starr, E.M.
The history of the development of earth-science programs in higher education
39 44-47 Cawthorn, R.G.
Simulation of layered magma chambers
39 35-43 Custer, S.G.
Snow as a field-teaching medium for earth science
39 31-33 Emiliani, C.
Avogadro Number and mole: a royal confusion
39 28-30 Hazen, R.M., and trefil, J.S.
Achieving geological literacy
39 23-27 Bjornerud, M.G.
Conveying principles of finite strain with standard graphics software
39 15-18 Railsback, L.B.
A model for teaching the dynamical theory of tides
39 15-18 Railsback, L.B.
A model for teaching the dynamical theory of tides
39 9-11 Ritger, S.D., and Cummins, R.H.
Using student-created metaphors to comprehend geologic time
39 8 Volpe, E.P.
Food for thought
39 6-8 Hayes, J.B., and Bailey, S.W.
Sturges W. Bailey: Neil Miner Awardee for 1990
39 4-5 Stenstrom, R.C.
Teaching, research, and promotion - Is science education in decay?
38 463-464 Zen, E.
Science literacy and why it is important
38 456-457 Markovics, G.
The involvement component in teaching earth science
38 452-456 Markovics, G.
The Victoria (Australia) Certificate of Education (VCE) in geology for senior  secondary-school students
38 445-451 Carpenter, J.R.
Importance of earth science in the precollege curriculum
38 444-445 Carpenter, J.R.
IGC Symposium summary
38 434-443 Dean, D.R.
A bicentenary retrospective on Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790-1852)
38 398-401 Court, J.E.
A low-tech mineral-identification scheme
38 393-398 Feldmann, R.M., and Schloman, B.F.
Preparation of term papers based upon a research-process model
38 366 Shea, J.H.
Letters - A source of free sample-storage containers
38 343-347 Brewer, R.C., Bolton, J.C., and Driese, S.G.
A new classification of sandstone
38 339-342 Bladh, K.L.
Teaching hazard-mitigation education in a liberal-arts college
38 318-322 Cary, T.
Landsat data as a tool for the geosciences
38 316-317 Pardi, R.R., and Brickner, D.
Modern and fossil raindrop impressions as a lesson in interpretation of ancient  sedimentary features
38 314-315 Allison, I.
Juggling for results
38 306-310 Hodder, A.P.
Practical weathering for geology students
38 298-305 Garlick, G.D., and Jones, F.T.
Deciphering the origin of plume-textured geodes
38 294-297 Hansen, V.L.
Collection and preparation of thin sections of oriented samples
38 293 Hetherington, N., Miller, M., Sperling, N., and Reich, P.
Food for thought
38 288-293 Stevens, R.L.
Markov-Chain analysis as a pedagogic tool
38 280-283 Tunley, A.T.
The Alaska Minerals Program is an Alliance that Works
38 272 Macdonald, H.
Call for abstracts
38 267-271 Brown, C.Q.
Outstanding earth-science teachers - 1989
38 249-251 Nold, J.L.
Map and cross-section exercises for geology courses
38 243-245 Rubin, A.E., and Jerde, E.A.
The method of multiple working hypotheses 
for chocolate lovers and petrologists
38 229-233 Winter, J.H., and Yasso, W.E.
A survey of state-level earth science programs in the United States
38 225-228 Yoxall, W.H.
An earth science process centre
38 219-222 Feazel, C.T., and Aram, R.B.
Teaching the teachers - a regional approach to nationwide problems in precollege  science education
38 213-215 Birnbaum, S.J., Morris, A.P., and McDavid, D.A.
Improving earth-science education through teacher-enhancement programs
38 208-213 Mirsky, A.
Countering the decline in geoscience majors
38 204-207 Corbett, R.G., Manner, B.M., and Quick, T.J.
Reaching the best high-school sophomores and juniors with a three-week  research-based summer program in geochemistry
38 203 Hetherington, N., Miller, M., Sperling, N., and Reich, P.
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
38 194-196 Boardman, S.J., and Buchwald, C.E.
Maintaining geology enrollments during a period of decline
38 193 Parker, R.B.
Art as a major source of incorrect information in secondary-school earth-science textbooks
38 184-186 Paull, R.A.
The geoscience department of the future: the time for decision is now
38 138-148 Shea, J.H.
Mathematics in physical-geology textbooks
38 105-106 Harden, D.R.
An introductory geology exercise on contouring intensities for the 1989  Loma Prieta earthquake
38 101-104 Davis, L.E., Eves, R.L., and Davis, J.H.
Recognizing and accommodating the learning-disabled geology student
38 38-40 Wise, D.U.
Using melting ice to teach radiometric dating
38 30-37 Lumsden, D.N.
An earthquake lab for physical geology
38 13-15 Oberdorfer, J.A., Williams, J.W., and Smeiser, M.G.
Lottery proceeds in California pay for installation of a ground-water monitoring system
38 9-12 Picard, M.D.
Why geology? 1989 Presidential address
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
37 306,358 Shea, J.H.
A new test of plate tectonics
37 359-364  Stout, D.L.
Alfred Oswald Woodford, a centennial celebration 
37 346-349  Picard, M.D.
Harry Hammond Hess and the theory of sea-floor spreading
37 343-345 Elders, W.E.
Quantifying the affects of earthquakes and the effects of chilies -  the modified Mercalli intensity scale and the modified belly intensity scale compared
37 341-342 Jacobson, G.L.
A stand-up and sit-down approach to teaching Bowen's reaction series
37 337-340 Wilkerson, M.S., and Hsui, A.T.-K.
Application of sediment backstripping corrections for basin analysis using  micro computers
37 332-336 Pinet, P.R.
Developing models to convey understanding rather than merely knowledge of  the methods of science
37 327-331 Emiliani, C.
The role of the geological sciences in science education
37 321-326 Schneider, A.F.
Geologic education in some Wisconsin state parks
37 317-320 Wells, N.A
Using the illogic of creationism to teach the logic of science
37 299 Collis, E.
Short courses offered at St. Louis meeting
37 280-287 Vacher, H.L.
The three-point problem in the context of elementary vector analysis
37 235-240 Suttner, L.J.
Recent advances in study of the detrital mineralogy of sand and sandstone:  implications for teaching
37 232-234 Picard, M.D.
The education of a sedimentary petrologist
37 197-201 Pinet, P.R.
Understanding the language of argument and the methods of science
37 194-196 Nold, J.L.
Use of library readings to augment conventional geology instruction
37 194-196 Nold, J.L.
Use of library readings to augment conventional geology instruction
37 190-193 Bork, K.B.
Kirtley Fletcher Mather as geologist and political activist
37 187-189 Whisonant, R.C. and Watts, C.F.
Using dip vectors to analyze structural data
37 168-170 Jordan, R.R.
Do we teach geology
37 161-167 Busbey, A.B. III
Linear discriminant analysis on a spreadsheet
37 150 Anonymous
1988 East Central Section OEST winners
37 147-148 Moody, J.B.
Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation Outstanding Educator Award  to Maria Louisa Crawford
37 117-120 Macdonald, R.H. and Purdy, R.A.
Description and evaluation of a short writing assignment in historical geology
37 116 Cox, D.C.
Announcement of Mt. St. Helens workshop
37 107-109 Locke, W.W.
A nontraditional geology field trip
37 102-106 Edelman, S.H.
Limitations of the concept of stress in structural analysis
37 101 Fischman, S.
Cartoon on mass wasting
37 98-101 McKnight B.K.
A tumble; experiment as introduction to scientific research
37 94-97 Chamberlain, V.E.
Using the Mesozoic history of the Canadian Cordillera as a case study in teaching  plate tectonics
37 90-93 Lambert, R. St J.
Tectonics and terranes in the undergraduate curriculum
37 83-89 Bykerk-Kauffman, A.
A hands-on approach to teaching the terrane concept in historical geology
37 81-82 Suttner, L.J.
Acceptance of 1988 N. Miner Award
37 68 O'Connor, J.V.
Eastern Section field conference
37 68-69 Collins, L.G.
Far Western Section Spring Conference
37 67 Gutschick, R.
Photo of 1953 Beloit geological education conference
37 53 Baird, R.A.
Handy technical writing dictionary
37 49-52 Macdonald, R.H.
Small-group oral presentations in historical geology
37 30-33 Knight, K.L., and Whisonant, R.C.
Classroom use of held data to interpret depositional environments
37 24-26 Stokes, W.L.
Creationism and the dinosaur boom
37 20-23 Tinker, J.R. Jr.
Undergraduate education in hydrogeology
37 18-19 Mathison, C.
Checklist for content of introductory courses
37 13-17 Orion, N.
Development of a high-school geology course based on field trips
37 9-12 Mirsky, A.
Geology in our everyday lives
37 8-81 Dodd, R.J.
Presentation of Neil Miner Award to L.J. Suttner
37 4-6 Donahoe, J.L., Green, N.L., and Fang, J.
An expert system for identification of minerals in thin section
36 329 Winters, S.S.
Geology and music
36 329 Bierman, P.
Layer-cake glacial geology
36 313-318 Picard, M.D.
training is everything
36 290-305 Shea, J.H.
An exercise on magnetic-anomaly profiles and the geomagnetic polar-reversal time scale
36 281 Fischman, S.
Cartoon on xenoliths
36 253-256 Davis, L.E., and Eves, R.L.
Identification of common fossil organisms for introductory geology
36 208-214  Cloud, P.
A new earth history for undergraduates
36 177-181 Schwartz, M.J.
An 800-mile, 38-day field trip for high-school students
36 138 Shea, J.H.
Articles for JGE wanted (Editorial)
36 134 Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and Thompson, K.W.
Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986
36 108-110 Eves, R.L., and Davis, L.E.
Is the rock cycle an outdated idea, or a unifying concept?
36 108-110 Eves, R.L., and Davis, L.E.
Is the rock cycle an outdated idea, or a unifying concept?
36 90-93 Butler, B.C.M.
Calculation of the volume of rock eroded from an area
36 88-89 Plummer, C.C.
Music to soothe the savage physical-geology student
36 72-78 Fichter, Lynn S.
Process-response modeling and the scientific process
36 34-36 Cordua, W.S.
Gem and mineral shows as geologic-teaching opportunities
36 30-33 Hart, A B., and Newmarch, J.D.
A computer program which uses an expert-systems approach to identifying minerals
36 19-23 Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and
Thompson, K.W.
Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986
36 17-18 Mossman, D.J.
A stock-market game using mining stocks for economic-geology students
36 9-10 Reiter, P.J., and Penick, J.E.
Eight exemplary earth-science programs
35 276  Picard, M.D.
Diamond hunting
35 266-270  Mayer, L.
Teaching the use of geological equipment with a computer
35 265 Bouton, C.
Food for thought
35 263-265 Robertson, D.F.
Computer simulation of incomplete-data interpretation exercise
35 260-262  Gibson, G.G.
Partners in earth-science education
35 246-255 Talent, J.A.
Teaching paleontology with an acid-leaching facility
35 244-245  Shea, J.H.
Science, geology, geography and "cultural literacy"
35 217-221 Nichols, G.J.
Computer-assisted oil game
35 216 Burger, H.R.
NAGT Special Publication No.1
35 206-207 Brice, W.R.
Manual of photos as a teaching tool in petrography
35 202 Blac, R.A.
Food for thought
35 197-202 Allmon, W.D.
Mass extinctions past and present
35 193-196 Meyer, W.B.
Vernacular American theories of earth science
35 184-192 Corgan, J.X.
American geological education in the 18th century
35 162 Medoff, M.
Food for thought
35 160 Christman, R.A.
Letter: "Layer-cake" geology
35 155-157 Archbold, N.L.
Inexpensive laboratory model with many applications
35 150-151 Eves, R.L.
The "key" method of identifying igneous and metamorphic rocks
35 140-142 Robinson, G.D.
Using journal articles in an introductory geology class
35 136-139 Sunderman, J.A.
Slide duplicating for teaching and research
35 130-133 McKenzie, G.D.
Group approach to solving problems in introductory geology
35 126-129 Barker, G.K.
Interfacing the Lehman seismograph with an Apple computer
35 124-125 Kroll, R.L.
Construction modifications of the Lehman seismograph
35 115-116 Norris, R.M.
Western Section, Webb Award to R.A. Smith
35 103 Skehan, J.W.
New resource available in the creationism/science debate
35 103 Soc. Econ. Min. Paleo.
Educational slide set for teaching and research
35 93-103 Monroe, J.S.
Creationism, human footprints and flood geology
35 89-92 Stephens, G.C.
Field-based introductory geology course in Rocky Mtns.
35 71-80 Fichter, L.S.
Design and use of the stratigraphic strip log
35 64-70 Butler, D.R.
Teaching principles and applications of dendrogeomorphology
35 52-54 Potter, N. Jr.
1968 NAGT summer field-course scholarship program
35 49-51 Burger, H.R.
Presidential address: Responsibilities of an educator
35 47-48 Paull, R.A.
Presentation of the Neil Miner Award to L.R. Laudon
35 33-36 Wagner, J.R.
Using layer-cake geology to illustrate relationships
35 25-27 Ulanski, S.L.
Assessment of student evaluations in physical geology
35 22-25 Howe, R.C.
treatment of geological contacts in introductory textbooks
35 16-21  Pederson, D.T.
Education and employment in hydrogeology
34 339-343  Giardino, J.R.
Field trips in air-photo & remote-sensing classes
34 320-334  Shea, J.H. 
An exercise on the polar-reversal time scale
34 312-314  Tormey, B.B. 
Amer.-Canad. effort in geoscience education
34 305-311  Ousey, J.R. Jr. 
Modeling steady-state groundwater flow
34 300-304  Hendrix, T.E.
NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field Program
34 288  Burger, H.R. 
Computer software for geological education
34 285  Mayer, V.J.
NAGT earth science activities book
34 282  Census Burl 
Food for thought
34 279-280  Jorstad, R.B. 
Down-to-earth software
34 273-278  Schwert, W.D. 
Geometric analyses of rotational faults
34 265-267  Boyer, P.S. 
Geological map patterns for the Macintosh
34 216  Mayer, V.J. 
NAGT earth science activities book
34 215  Verdon, A.J. Jr. 
Call for original laboratory exercises
34 195  Burns, M. 
Geologists' use of dynamic language
34 186-187  Davis, L.E. 
Sedimentary rock classification scheme
34 180-183  Kern, E.L. 
Effect of field activities on student learning
34 173-179  Butler, J.J. Jr. 
Earth science education in China
34 166-173  Yoder, H.S. Jr. 
trends in the education of earth scientists
34 131  Mayer, V.J. 
NAGT earth science activities book
34 124-125  Picard, M.D.
Retreating geologists
34 114-120  Rogers, R.D. 
Observation and explanation in geology courses
34 110-113  Tunley, A.T. 
Science achievement in high-school geology
34 106-107  Laudon, R.C. 
Using spreadsheet software for gradebooks
34 103-105  Dutch, S.l. 
Modelling symmetry classes 233 and 432
34 97-103  Keller, W.D. 
Fundamental entities in geology
34 95-96  Christofferson, E. 
Rapid procedure for determining plate motion
34 6-9  Orr, W.N.
Teaching geology in a penitentiary
34 59-60  Bonini, W.E. 
Will our students be ready for 2001 ?
34 58  Furnish, W.M. 
Acceptance of the Neil Miner Award
34 57-58  Anderson, W. 
Presentation of the Miner Award
34 56  Mayer, V.J.
NAGT earth science activities book
34 32-36  Manche, E.P. 
Obsidian hydration dating
34 32-36  Manche, E.P. 
Obsidian hydration dating
34 28-31  Gutstadt, A. 
Statutory and administrative law
34 25-27  Tinker, J.R. Jr. 
Technical writing in hydrogeology
34 18-20  Dutch, S.l. 
An advanced sea-floor spreading model
34 14-18  Tunley, A.T.
An exercise on the polar-reversal time scale
34 10-13  Zenger, D.H. 
Lyell and episodicity
34 Anonymous 
position announcement
33 296-297  Christman, Robert
Secondary-school earth science - A column for teachers
33 281-283 Bichteler, Julie
Library instruction for geology students
33 274-276 Bencloski, Joseph W., and Heyl, R. James
Teaching plate tectonics with the aid of a model of sea-floor dynamics
33 269-270 Halsor, Sid P., and Chesner, Craig A.
A color video tape introduction to fluid inclusions for economic geology classes
33 264-265 Dutch, Steven I.
An interference-color demonstrator
33 257 Mayer, Victor J.
NAGT Earth Science Activities Book
33 257 Verdon, Andrew J. Jr.
Urgent call for the best original laboratory exercise in earth science
33 227-236 Watterson, Karen
Earth-science software in the public domain
33 206 Mayer, Victor J.
NAGT Earth Science Activities Book
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
33 171-174 Corbett, Robert G., Manner, Barbara M., and Tompkins, Frank G.
Using a FORtrAN program and piper diagrams to facilitate understanding of  water chemistry
33 149 Anonymous
Committees of correspondence report success in Texas, new publication projects
33 148 Mayer, Victor J.
NAGT Earth Science Activities Book
33 146-148 Dawson, Paul H., and trent, D.D.
The Robert Wallace Webb Award
33 131 Darling-Hammond, Linda
Food for thought
33 128-131 Dutch, Steven Ian
Pseudoglobes for the earth-science classroom
33 126-127 Wiley, David, and Humphreys, Donald W.
The geology field trip in ninth-grade earth science
33 106-111 Johnson, Markes E.
A.W. Grabau and the fruition of a new life in China
33 100-105 Bladh, Katherine Laing
Teaching undergraduate igneous and metamorphic petrology in a liberal-arts environment
33 97-100 Mansfield, Charles F.
Modeling Newtonian fluids and gingham plastics
33 84-93 Dean, Dennis R.
The rise and fall of the Deluge
33 80-83 Picard, M. Dane
The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary controversy
33 68 Mayer, Victor J.
NAGT earth science activities book
33 55-56 Picard, M. Dane
Missed connections
33 53-54 Mandra, York and Norris, Robert M.
1984 Neil Miner Award -- York T. Mandra
33 45-52 Searight, Thomas Kay
A computer-assisted petroleum exploration and development exercise for undergraduate  geology students
33 40-44 Kretz, R.
Calculation and illustration of uncertainty in geochemical analyses
33 38-39 Moore, Wayne Widen
Key-word bibliography searches by personal computer
33 32-37 Shifflett, Howard R.
Integrating field work and laboratory exercises for a secondary-level honors course
33 28-31 Mahrer, K.D.
Some thoughts on teaching data anomaly modeling
33 22-28 Picard, M.D., and Knight, J.
Concentration of geology faculty by fields in college and university departments
33 22-17 Shifflett, Howard R.
Integrating field work and laboratory exercises for a secondary-level honors course
33 19-21 Mossman, D.J., Reinsborough, B.C., and Halabura, S.P.
Proposed senior-level half course in petroleum geology for a small university  geology department
33 11-13  Carpenter, J.R., Exline, J.D., and Jones, B.W.
Earth-science teachers honored in presidential awards program
33 11 Morris, W.
Acid etching feldspar - the easy way
33 2 Bonini, W.E.
Support the goals of NAGT
32 337  Unklesbay, A.G.
Is it our fault?
32 299  Kern, E.L., and Carpenter, J.R.,
Enhancement of student values, interests, and attitudes in earth-science laboratory through  a field-oriented approach
32 283  Bonini, W.E.
NAGT-GSA Geophysics Div. joint symposium
32 261  Gillham, R.W. and O'Hannesin, S.F.
Apparatus for demonstrating confined and unconfined aquifer characteristics
32 254  Prestegaard, K.L.
Progress in understanding fluvial processes
32 247  Palmer, A.N.
Recent trends in karst geomorphology
32 236  Baker, V.R.
Planetary geomorphology
32 233  Muller, E.H.
Tales tills tell
32 226  Potter, N. Jr.
Periglacial geomorphology
32 212  Bork, K.B.
The concept of biotic succession
32 209  Potter, N. Jr.
Cover photo of ice-floored rock glacier
32 191  Christman, R.A.
Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers
32 186  Fleisher, P.J.
A new way to look at an old map
32 182  Ousey, J.R. Jr.
Using a microcomputer-driven digitizer for laboratory courses and student-research projects
32 179  Tunley, A.T.
A placer-gold evaluation exercise
32 177 Brown, l.F.
Three techniques to help students teach themselves concepts in environmental geology
32 171 McKenzie, G.D.
Using microcomputers to increase productivity in academia
32 155  Tank, R.W.
An undergraduate course in legal aspects of geology
32 153 Whittecar, G.R.
Terrain models in field geology courses
32 119 Siever, R., and Gould, S.J.
1983 Neil Miner Award - Stephen J. Gould
32 92 Rose, W.l. Jr., Chesner, C.A., Doiron, S.D.
Application of color-TV microscopy to self taught optical mineralogy
32 89 Ault, C.R. Jr.
The everyday perspective and exceedingly unobvious meaning
32 86  Wilson, J.R.,
Speleothems as examples of chemical equilibrium processes
32 84 Karfunkel, B.
Crystal projections on balloons for an introductory mineralogy course
32 43  Shea, J.H.
A list of selected references on creationism
32 17 Blanchard, F.N.
A FORtrAN program for computing refractive index using the double variation method
32 14 Giardino, J.R., and Thornhill, A.G.
An evaluation of the effectiveness of stereo slides in teaching geomorphology
32 10 Rowland, S.M.
An exercise in paleobiogeographic provinciality
32 5 Carpenter, J.R.,
The crisis in science education: A challenge to NAGT
31 390-392  Retallack, G.J.
Paleopedology comes down to earth
31 387-389  Watts, S.H.
A Canadian approach to training technicians and technologists in the earth sciences
31 369-370  Fryxell, F.M.
Some memories and reminiscences of NAGT's early years
31 356-357 Singh, R.J.
Microscopic study of rocks and minerals in introductory geology courses
31 304-306 Reger, J.P.
Teaching decision making in geoscience courses
31 295-303  Jones, D.L., Howell, D.G., Coney, P.J., and Monger, H.W.H.
Recognition, character and analysis of tectonostratigraphic terranes in western  North America
31 277-294 Oliver, J.
Exploring the geological structure of the continental crust
31 266-276  Graham, S.A.
Evolving concepts and teaching approaches in tectonics and sedimentation
31 256-265  Hatcher, R.D. Jr.
Incorporation of new and old tectonics concepts into a modern course in tectonics
31 211-218, Bathurst, B.
31 208-210 Rodriguez, J.
A low-cost microcomputer in the geology classroom
31 199 Burke, J.
Food for thought
31 197-199 Agnew, J.D.
Confidence levels of earth science teachers
31 190-192 Cordua, W.S.
Field projects with rivers for introductory physical-geology laboratories
31 184-189 Norris, R.M.
Field geology and the written word
31 179-183 Romey, W.D. and Elberty, W.T. Jr.
New developments in minicourse programs for introductory and intermediate geology
31 176-178 Rowland, S.M.
Fingernail growth and time-distance rates in geology
31 172-176 Cloud, P.
The second flowering of geology
31 166 Anonymous
Earth Science Activities Book offered for sale by NAGT
31 165 Anonymous
Footprints in the mind
31 163 Beach, J.E.
Letter - Is the earth old or young?
31 162 Christman, R.
Secondary school earth science - a column for teachers
31 145-146 Picard, M.D.
Up or out
31 140-144 Gingerich, P.D.
Evidence for evolution from the vertebrate fossil record
31 134-139  Soroka, L.G., and Nelson, C.L.
Physical constraints on the Noachian deluge
31 124-133 Dalrymple, G.B.
Can the earth be dated from decay of its magnetic field?
31 111-123 Milne, D.H., and Schafersman, S.D.
Dinosaur tracks, erosion marks and midnight chisel work (but no human footprints)  in the Cretaceous limestone of the Paluxy River bed, Texas
31 105-110 Shea, J.H.
Creationism, uniformitarianism, geology and science
31 79-82  Wielert, J.S.
The creation-evolution debate as a model of issue polarization
31 74-78 Newell, N.D.
Creationism and science education
31 60 Educational "terrorists"
31 42-44 Hubbert, M.K.
Acceptance of the 1981 Vetelsen Prize
31 38-39 Davis, R.L., and Echols, D.
1982 Neil Miner Award - Dorothy Echols
31 36-37 Muller, S.W.
Some field hints from an old top hand
31 31-34 Chapman, J.J., and Wilcox, J.T.
The western river - an offscale teaching and experimental tool
31 26-30 Rassam, G.N.
The GeoRef online bibliographic database as an educational tool
31 25 Drake, C.L.
Food for thought
31 22-25 Allen, J.E.
One man's shadow
31 13-16 Watson, D.W.
A self-paced physical geology laboratory
31 9-12  Romey, W.D.
Winter ice and snow as models of igneous rock formation
31 Suttner, L.J.
President's Letter
30 313-314 Christman, R.A.
Ashfall in Washington - Courtesy of Mount St. Helens
30 304-309 Ault, C.R. Jr.
Time in geological explanations as perceived by elementary-school students
30 302-303 Larkin, R.P.
Geological education and the senior citizen
30 283-286  Coash, J.R.
Geological education since GEO-Study
30 281 Stoever, E.C.
Crustal Evolution Education Project
30 280-281 Sparks, P.
Videotapes of earth science courses
30 279 O'Brien, N.
Remote sensing imagery in geology teaching
30 279-280 Rockhill, T.D.
Science and mathematics microcomputer project
30 278 McSween, H.Y. Jr.
Instruction in optical microscopy by programmed text
30 276-278 Matthews, W.H. III
Council on Education in the Geological Sciences (CEGS)
30 273-274 Hay, H.
Curriculum and videotapes in geology
30 271-272 Coombs, R.E.
Individualized instruction in geology
30 269 Besancon, J.R.
X-ray diffractometer
30 268-269 Andrews, H.E.
Geology program for computer literacy
30 268-282 Coash, J.R.
NAGT Cooperative Dissemination Project
30 167-168 Anderson, R.C.
1981 Neil Miner Award - Roald Fryxell
30 149-153 Uthe, R.E.
Self-paced and semi-programmed physical geology laboratory
30 141-143 Pestana, H.R.
A semester of geology in Bermuda
30 136-141 Carpenter, J.R.
Alternative models for large group earth and environmental science courses:  large-group adaptation of confluent environment education
30 93-96 Baldwin, B., and Butler, J.R.
Hamilton's Indonesia map and the Appalachian Mountain system
30 66 Arrigoni, Edward
Reply to M.L. Schwartz
30 65-66 Schwartz, M.L.
Using ammonium dichromate (Letter)
30 24-26 Strahler, A.N.
Creationists change their strategy
30 18-24 Brice, W.R.
Bishop Ussher, John Lightfoot and the age of creation
30 14-17 Eglin, P.G., and Graham, M.W.
Creationism challenges geology - A retreat to the eighteenth century
30 4-5 Shea, J.H.
"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial
29 257-258 Reams, M.W.
Illustrating time in geologic processes with long-interval time-lapse photography
29 255-256 Picard, M.D.
R.L. Brown: science teacher
29 241-246 Schneer, C.J.
William Maclure's geological map of the United States (and NAGT's history of geology project)
29 180-183 Steinker, D.C.
A course in research and writing for graduate students in geology
29 176-179 Arrigoni, E.
Diamond Head revisited with ammonium dichromate
29 169-175 Norris, R.M.
Early geologic education in California - Berkeley and Stanford show the way
29 160-168 Corgan, J.X.
Geology in Tennessee colleges 1826 - 1850
29 135-139 Carpenter, J.R.
Measuring effectiveness of a college-level environmental earth-science course by changes  in commitment to environmental issues
29 116-120 Vick, T.D., Boardman, S. J., and Buchwald, C.E.
A field experiment in ground-water hydrology for introductory earth-science students
29 83-87 Mirsky, Arthur, & East, J.R.
Teaching geology on weekends and at shopping centers
29 76-82 Stallings, E.S., Astwood, P.M., Carpenter, J.R., and Fitzpatrick, Henry B.
Effects of two contrasting teaching strategies in an investigative earth science course  for elementary-education majors
29 74-75 Folkomer, T.H.
Comparison of three methods of teaching geology in junior high school
29 69-71 Reams, M.W.
An entire undergraduate geology curriculum based on educational objectives
29 56-59 Laznicka, Peter
A rock encyclopedia that includes rock samples
29 45 Keller, W. D.
Teaching methods (Letter)
29 45 Leming, C.W.
Growing crystals on the ceiling (Letter)
29 45 Christman, R.A.
Mt. St. Helens teaching materials (Letter)
29 45 Christman, R.A.
Mt. St. Helens teaching materials (Letter)
29 45 Keller, W. D.
Teaching methods (Letter)
29 26-30 Stewart, D.C.
Competing needs and conflicting solutions for graduate training in environmental geology
29 18-20 Powell, W.E.
Rocks and minerals as a viable course in the undergraduate curriculum
28 255-257 Shea, J.H.
Classroom model of a Wadati zone
28 238-243 Boyd, H.W., and Carpenter, J.R.
Attitudinal changes associated with a remedial resource room for introductory geology
28 235-237 Jones, N.W.
A comparison between lecture and self-paced general geology
28 161-164 Burek, C.V.
Developing an interdisciplinary graduate curriculum for geological information
28 158-160 Baclawski, D.
A humorous approach to learning geologic vocabulary
28 148-152 Westerback, M., and Yukawa, M.
Using government documents to obtain information on national parks, monuments and forests
28 132-134 Cropp, F.W.
Student journals in physical geology
28 124-131 Anderson, W.I.
The tri-State Geological Field Conference - A force in geologic education for over forty years
28 105-107 Brice, W.R.
Geology teaching and science fiction
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 83-85 Boyer, R.E., and Matthews, W.H. III
Report on AAPG industry- academic conference
28 244-248 Leveson, D.
Uniformitarianism and its alternatives
28 233-234 Mott, C.J.
Ten years of experimentation in audio-tutorial systems
28 138-140 Cadwell, D.H.
Calculation of rates of gully erosion
28 72-77 Matthias, G.F., and Snyder, E.B.
The Croton - Yorktown model of individualized earth science
28 34-58 Brush, S.G.
Finding the age of the earth - By physics or by faith?

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