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NAGT and Geoscience Education at GSA 2005

16 - 19 October, 2005
Salt Lake City, UT

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NAGT-Sponsored Education Sessions

89. Efficient and Effective Practices in Using Web Sites and Technologies to Support and Manage Information, Student Learning and Recruitment, and Public Education

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Christopher W. Thomas

97. Innovation, Evaluation, and Best Practices in Informal Geoscience Education

National Association of Geoscience Teachers; GSA Geoscience Education Division; Association of Earth Science Editors
Robert M. Ross, Warren D. Allmon

100. Integrating Research into Undergraduate Geoscience Coursework

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
C. Frederick Lohrengel, Robert L. Eves, Mark Colberg

101. Interdisciplinary Education: Applications of GIS and the Infusion of Spatial Concepts Across the Curriculum

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Richard B. Schultz, Mark R. Hafen, J. Christopher Haley

103. Is it Science? Strategies for Addressing Creationism in the Classroom and the Community

National Association of Geoscience Teachers; GSA Geology and Society Division; Geology and Public Policy Committee; GSA Geoscience Education Division
Michael A. Phillips, Robert C. Thomas, Sheila M. Roberts

104. It's About Time: Teaching the Temporal Aspects of Geoscience (Posters)

National Association of Geoscience Teachers; GSA Geoscience Education Division
R. Heather Macdonald, David W. Mogk, Barbara Tewksbury

105. Let's Rock Their World: Integrating Planetary Science Data into Undergraduate Geoscience Courses

GSA Planetary Geology Division; GSA Geoscience Education Division; On the Cutting Edge; National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Eric B. Grosfils, Barbara Tewksbury

106. Methods of Assessing Teaching and Learning in the Geosciences

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
David N. Steer, David A. McConnell, Katherine Owens

108. Museum-College Connections: Rich Opportunities for Earth Science Education (Posters)

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Eleanor Miele, Maritza Macdonald, Wayne Powell

109. Providing Future Elementary and Middle School Teachers with Meaningful Geoscience Content Knowledge

GSA Geoscience Education Division; National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Heather L. Petcovic, Elizabeth Nagy-Shadman

110. REU at 25: Its Impact on Undergraduate Geoscience Education

National Association of Geoscience Teachers; Council on Undergraduate Research, Geoscience Division
Jeffrey G. Ryan, Lori Bettison-Varga, Laura Guertin

113. Strategies for Teaching Introductory Geoscience in Large Lecture Classes

National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Michelle L. Stoklosa, Karen Viskupic

114. We Can Continue to Do Better: More Alternatives to the Same Old Lab Lecture Format in the College Classroom

GSA Geoscience Education Division; National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Elizabeth M. King, Dexter Perkins

Educational Pardee Session (Not sponsored by NAGT)

P4. Speaking Out for Evolution: Rationale and Resources for Supporting the Teaching of Evolution

Paleontological Society; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
Judy Scotchmoor, University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, Calif.; Carol M. Tang, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Calif.

Education Topical Sessions (Not Sponsored by NAGT)

99. Imparting Hands-on Geological Education: Reaching out to Undergraduates and K—12 Students (Posters)

Nazrul I. Khandaker, Stanley Schleifer

102. International Undergraduate Field Trips: Logistics, Challenges, and Successes

Timothy P. Flood, Nelson R. Ham

111. Sigma Gamma Epsilon Student Research (Posters)

Donald W. Neal, Charles Mankin

112. Earthcaching — Educational Earth Science Geocaches that Link Public and other Lands with the General Public via a Web-based Adventure Game

Gary B. Lewis

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