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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Education - Testing and Evaluation

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 39-45 Adams, J.P. and Slater, T.F.
    Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards
48 603-604 Reynolds, S.J.
    List what to know, not what is on the test
48 544-545 Tettenhorst, R.T.
    Student performance (Letter)

47

110

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Education "research" at the annual meeting (editorial)

47

113-118

Picard, M.D.

 

 

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

47

443-448

Slattery, W., Becker, M.J., and Plank, C.

 

 

A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers

46

528

Clemmitt, S.

 

 

National Science-Education Standards

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

449-451

Whisonant, R.C., and Philley, J.C.

 

 

Registration and testing of practicing geologists: implication for academic programs

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

318

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Science-education standards and the non-major course

46

156

Hirsch, E.D.Jr.

 

 

Food for thought

46

145

Sowell, Thomas

 

 

Food for thought

45

372

Kopp, O.C.

 

 

Student evaluations

45

348

Sykes, C.J.

 

 

Food for thought

45

238-242

Astwood, P.M., and Slater, T.F.

 

 

Effectiveness and management of portfolio assessment in high-enrollment courses

45

202

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Student evaluations of teaching

45

102

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Progress on science-education standards [editorial]

45

68

Macdonald, H.

 

 

Announcement of workshops on effective and innovative teaching

44

408-411

McManus, D.A.

 

 

Mandated assessment of student-learning outcomes in geoscience departments

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

18-22

Caprariis, P.P. de

 

 

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

44

538

Shanker, A.

 

 

Food for thought

44

407

Fischman, S.

 

 

Cartoon on course assessment

43

516

Toom, A.

 

 

Food for thought

43

384

Toom, A.

 

 

Food for thought

43

332-334

Manner, B.M.

 

 

"Sink or swim" together in a geology classroom

43

306-308

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Problems with collaborative learning

43

302

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Race-based admissions policy (Editorial)

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

102

Shea, J.H.

 

 

National science education standards (editorial)

43

2

Shea, J.H.

 

 

The bell curve (editorial)

42

475

Toom, A.

 

 

Food for thought

42

63

Jorstad, R.B.

 

 

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

398

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Multiple-choice exams [response]

41

397-398

Edwards, D.

 

 

Multiple-choice exams [letter]

41

219-221

Simons, J.C., and Carlson, G.R.

 

 

Evaluation of an earth-science-teacher inservice program by the performance of the students of participating teachers

41

197

Stierman, D., and Shea, J.H.

 

 

Multiple-choice exams (letter and response)

41

2

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Great Expectations (Editorial)

40

398-403

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

 

 

Teaching geology using poster assignments

40

389-392

Kirchner, J.G., and Corbett, R.G.

 

 

A student-assessment method appropriate for a geology

 

 

program

40

270

Shea, J.H.

 

 

Deceiving oneself and others with multiple-choice exams

37

197-201

Pinet, P.R.

 

 

Understanding the language of argument and the methods of science

36

16

Cranberg, L.

 

 

Food for thought

35

25-27

Ulanski, S.L.

 

 

Assessment of student evaluations in physical geology

34

180-183

Kern, E.L.

 

 

Effect of field activities on student learning

34

110-113

Tunley, A.T.

 

 

Science achievement in high-school geology

34

106-107

Laudon, R.C.

 

 

Using spreadsheet software for gradebooks

34

215

Anonymous

 

 

AGI/NSTA national earth science test

33

199

Leyden, Michael B.

 

 

Food for thought

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

30

149-153

Uthe, R.E.

 

 

Self-paced and semi-programmed physical geology laboratory

29

16-18

Keller, W. D.

 

 

Evaluation of causes for maximum and minimum learning in undergraduate college courses

28

235-237

Jones, N.W.

 

 

A comparison between lecture and self-paced general geology

28

233-234

Mott, C.J.

 

 

Ten years of experimentation in audio-tutorial systems

28

72-77

Matthias, G.F., and Snyder, E.B.

 

 

The croton -Yorktown model of individualized earth science

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