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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Education - (by) Writing and Speaking

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 662-666 Mango, H.N.
    A reading and writing approach to teaching environmental geology
48 145-149 Mayborn, K.R. and Lesher, C.E.
    Teaching the scientific method using contemporary research topice as the basis for student-defined projects
48 62-63 Schmitt, J.G.
    John R. Horner - 1999 James H. Shea Awardee
48 24-29 Dillon, D.L., Hicock, S.R., Secco, R.A., and Tsujita, C.J.
    A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching and outreach

47

17-22

Harris, C.D., and McCartney, K.

   

Using the Internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course

47

131-134

Murck, B.

   

Promoting and evaluating participation in high-enrollment <BR>undergraduate courses

47

362-366

Guerra, D.V.

   

Emphasizing environmental concepts and policies in an <BR>introductory meteorology course

46

137-140

Havholm, K.G.

   

An activity to introduce the geoscience perspective

45

344-348

Rice-Snow, S.

   

Terrain description as a collaborative-writing component <BR>in undergraduate geomorphology instruction

45

314-316

Wells, N.A.

   

Class journals, grading writing, and teaching writing style

44

373-378

Brunkhorst, B.J.

   

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

44

366-372

Tewksbury, B.J.

   

Teaching without exams - The challenges and benefits

44

65-67

Peters, E.K.

   

Writing across the curriculum meets introductory geology

44

18-22

Caprariis, P.P. de

   

A comparison of writing skills and test-taking skills in <BR>an environmental-geology course

43

534-539

Savoy, L.E.

   

Linking environmental history and earth studies in an <BR>undergraduate seminar

43

341-345

Macdonald, R.H., and Korinek, L.

   

Cooperative-learning activities in large entry-level <BR>geology courses

43

334-340

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

   

Using writing in small groups to enhance learning

43

330-331

Housel, E.S., Huston, A.L., Martin, C.A., <BR>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 <BR>a cooperative-learning format

43

132

Underwood, J.R.Jr.

   

Writing clearly and concisely - a voice from the past

42

337-344

Sanders, L.L.

   

A problem-based graduate-level course in practical hydrology

42

129-133

Black, N.R.

   

Creative writing in historical geology as an alternative <BR>to the standard geologic report

42

43-45

Romey, W.D. and Pilkey, O.H.

   

Orrin H. Pilkey: James H. Shea Awardee for 1993

41

204-207

Picard, M.D.

   

Teaching the unknown in geology

41

151-154

Brown, L.M., Carson, C., Pingatore, D.R., and Rexroad, C.B.

   

A comprehensive model for teaching writing and oral skills <BR>in the geology curriculum

41

144-150

Black, N.R.

   

Integrating the geology of a specific geographic area into <BR>the laboratory component of a course in introductory oceanography

41

104-105

Metz, C.L., and Harder, V.M.

   

The annotated bibliography as an introduction to geology <BR>and library research at the entry level

41

2

Shea, J.H.

   

Great Expectations (Editorial)

40

398-403

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

   

Teaching geology using poster assignments

40

385-388

Mirsky, A.

   

Survey of writing courses in geoscience education

40

321-323

Follo, M.F.

   

Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles

40

306-307

Buchwald, C.E.

   

Applying ideas from the AAAS Project on liberal education

   

and the sciences to geology

40

279-286

Macdonald, R.H., Kennedy, C., and Conrad, S.H.

   

Writing assignments augment learning in introductory geology courses

40

85

Mermin, N.D.

   

Food for thought

40

62-65

McCartney, K.

   

Preparing a term paper for a physical-geology course

40

8-11

Ridky, R.W., and Shea, J.H.

   

Presentation and acceptance of the 1991 James Shea Award

39

422

Allen, J.E.

   

Exercise in imagineering and writing

39

370-372

Conrad, S.H.

   

Reading and abstracting journal articles in sedimentology and stratigraphy

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 <BR>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 exaption as perspectives for a term <BR>project in paleontology

39

206-213

Carson, R.J., and Sadd, J.L.

   

Land-use-planning writing assignment for an environmental-geology course

39

204-205

Stanesco, J.D.

   

The personal journal as a learning and evaluation tool in geology <BR>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 <BR>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-<BR>development laboratories

39

187-189

Coles, K.S.

   

Journal assignments in an introductory-geology course help the <BR>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., <BR>and Urbanczyk, K.M.

   

Student writing as a tool for writing across the curriculum in <BR>large introductory-geology courses

39

176-177

Jones, B.W.B.

   

Writing-to-learn assignments for secondary-school earth-science classes

39

174-175

Millette, P.M.

   

Real-world writing in as secondary-school earth-science class

39

173

Macdonald, R.H., and Conrad, S.H.

   

Writing assignments as a tool for teaching and learning geology

38

393-398

Feldmann, R.M., and Schloman, B.F.

   

Preparation of term papers based upon a research-process model

29

180-183

Steinker, D.C.

   

A course in research and writing for graduate students in geology

29

60-63

Howard, A.D.

   

Speakership

28

107-108

Brenner, R.L.

   

Preparing inexpensive color slides from black and white diagrams

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