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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Geoscience - Teaching and Curriculum

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 673-678 Caprariis, P.P. de
    Creating or adapting courses for on-line presentation
48 617-623 Harbor, J.M.
    A capstone course in environmental geosciences
48 544-545 Tettenhorst, R.T.
    Student performance (Letter)
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
48 500-507 Furbish, D.J., and Parker, W.C.
    Corks, buoyancy, and wave-particle orbits
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
48 474-478 Lutz, T.M., and Srogi, L.A.
    The role of a shadow course in improving the mathematics skills of geoscience majors
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
48 447-449 Stracher, G.B., and Shea, J.H.
    Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass
48 436-439 Carlson, G.R.
    Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors
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
48 333-336 Pestrong, R.
    Geology - the sensitive science
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
48 313-316 Crannell, A., and Frantz, M.
    A course in mathematics and art
48 309-312 Grall-Johnson, H.M.
    Geology for art students
48 295, 353-356 Romey, W.D.
    Using patterns, icons, abstractions, and metaphors from art in geoscience classes
48 184-198 Mann, K.O.
    Teaching biostratigraphy
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 30-32 Battles, D.A.
    The use of notecards as a technique for enhancing the quality of large introductory classes
48 19-23 Brevik, E.C.
    The value of soils courses to the geology student

47

45-55

Drummond, C.

   

Facilitating scientific thoughtfulness for non-science majors

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

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

221-226

Tepper, J.H.

   

Connecting geology, history, and the classics through a course in geomythology

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

341-349

Gunter, M.E.

   

Quartz - The most abundant mineral species in the Earth's crust and a human carcinogen?

47

376-383

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology - The algebra of unit conversions

47

387-390

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks

47

390-392

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Learning from the fossil record

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

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