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A Comparison of the Performance of Online versus Traditional On-Campus Earth Science Students On Identical ExamsWerhner, M.J.58310-312
Climate Change in the Classroom: Patterns, Motivations, and Barriers to Instruction Among Colorado Science TeachersWise, S.B.58297-309
Peer Instruction and Lectire Tutorials Equally Improve Student Learning in Introductory Geology ClassesMora, G.58286-296
Perceptions of the Nature of Science by Geoscience Students Experiencing Two Different Courses of StudyNadelson, L.S. & Viskupic, K.58275-285
The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoesParham, T.L.Jr. & others58177-187
Assessing factors that influence the recruitment of majors from introductory geology classes at Northern Arizona UniversityHoisch, T. D. & Bowie, J.I.58166-176
Commentary: A summary and analysis of twenty-seven years of geoscience conceptions researchCheek, K.A.58122-134
Call for papers: Geoscience education and global developmentAnonymous58121
Lessons on the role of fun/playfulness from a geology undergraduate summer research programJarrett, O.S. & Burnley, P.58110-120
Strategies and rubrics for teaching chaos and complex systems theories as elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating evolutionary systemsFichter, L.S., & others5868-85
Expanding evolutionary theory beyond Darwinism with elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating complex evolutionary systemsFichter, L.S., & others5858-64
Commentary: Object and spatial visualization in geosciencesKastens, K.5852-57
Editorial - Uncertainty is part of inquirySt. John, Kristin5851
Six syllabi from the early years of American geological education, 1817-1838Stearns, R.G. & Corgan, J.X.5821-31
Analogical Thinking in Geoscience EducationJee, B.D. & others582-13
Editorial: What role do geoscientists play in society?Libarkin, J.C. and others581
Evaluating and communicating geologic reasoning with semiotics and certainty estimation W.C. & Parcell, L.M.57379-389
An empirical methodology for investigating geocognition in the fieldPetcovic, H.L. & others57316-328
Barriers to college students learning how rocks formKortz, K.M. & Murray, D.P.57300-315
Thai university students' prior knowledge about P-waves generated during particle motionRakkapao, S. & others57286-299
Students' geocognition of deep time conceptualized in an informal educational settingClary, R.M. & others57275-285
The relationship between instructors' conceptions of geoscience learning and classroom practice at a research univeristyMarkley, C.T. & others57264-274
A cognitive framework for reasoning with scientific modelsSibley, D.F.57255-263
Characterizing and improving spatial visualization skillsTitus, S. & Horsman, E.57242-254
A novel approach to teaching and understanding transformations of matter in dynamic earth systemsClark, S.K. & others57233-241
Commentary: Fostering students' argumentation skills in geoscience educationTrend, R.57224-232
Editorial: thinking and learning in the geosciencesOrion, N. & Trend, R.57222-223
Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interfaceBickmore, B.R. & others57178-190
Commentary: On teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interfaceBickmore, B.R. & others57168-177
The paradox of middle and high school students' attitudes towards science versus their attitudes about science as a careerKitts, K.57159-164
Commentary: the Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) program: What's new about the current solicitation and suggestions for the geosciences' communitySinger, J.5796-98
Commentary: Darwin at 200Brandt, D.5794-95
Causality in Complex Dynamic Systems: A challenge to Earth Systems Science EducationRaia, F.5681-94
Call for Papers for Special Issue of JGE on "The Citizen Geoscientist"Eggar, A.E.56105
Call for Papers for Special Issue of JGE on "Preparing Future Teacers of Geoscience"Bykerk-Kauffman, A. and others56106
2007-2008 Workshops "On the Cutting Edge"Anonymous56107
Analysis of the Bachlor of Science in Geology as Offered in the United StatesDrummond, C. N. and Markin, J.M.56113-119
Research in science education: The role of gestures in geoscience teaching and learningKastens, K. and others56362-368
Call for papers for special issue of JGE on "Thinking and Learning in the Geosciences"Kastens, K.56294
A redesigned geoscience-content course's impact on science teaching self-efficacy beliefs Posnanski, T.J. 55 152-157
Research in science education: The expert-novice continuumPetcovic, H.L. & Libarkin, J.C. 55 333-339
Research in science education: Threshold conceptsStokes, A. & others 55 434-438
To what extent should human/environment interactions be included in science education Kastens, K.A. & Turrin, M. 54 422-436
Integrating inquiry-based learning into undergraduate geologyApedoe, X.S., Walker, S.E., & Reeves, T.C. 54 414-421
Ontology and the teaching of Earth system scienceLibarkin, J.C. & Kurdziel, J.P. 54 408-413
Supporting student conceptual model development of complex Earth systems through the use of multiple representations and inquiry Sell, K.S., Herbert, B.E., Stuessy, C.L., & Schielack, J. 54 396-407
Zen of Venn revisited: Inquiry and interdisciplinary educationBerkman, P.A. 54 383-385
Scientific argumentation in Earth system science education Clayton, D.S. & Gautier, C. 54 374-382
Implementing Earth systems science curriculum: Evaluating the integration of urban environments for an urban audience Davies, C.P. 54 364-373
Broadening student horizons: The development, delivery, and assessment of a new course in Earth system science Hurtt, G.C., Wake, C., Wawrzeniak, T., Frappier, A., Girod, C., Seidel, L., & Salomonson, V. 54 329-338
The global-change curriculum and minor at the University of Michigan van der Pluijm, B.A. 54 249-254
From the ground up: Building an undergraduate Earth system curriculum Head, W.D., Alexander, S.E., Moore, S.W., & Melton, F.S. 54 240-248
Earth systems, envionment and society: A new interdisciplinary undergraduate major at the University of Illinois Wuebbles, D.J., Asplen, L., & Brewer, J. 54 230-239
A personal experience of designing Earth system science instruction based on learner-centered environment paradigm Gautier, C. 54 208-209
Earth system science: A model for teaching science as state, process and understanding Johnson, D.R. 54 202-207
Symphony of the spheres: Perspectives on Earth system science Rankey, E.C. & Ruzek, M. 54 197-201
Using conceptests to assess and improve student conceptual understanding in introductory-geoscience courses McConnell, D.A., Steer, D.N., Owens, K.D., Knott, J.R., Van Horn, S., Borowski, W., Dick, J., Foos, A., Malone, M., McGrew, H., Greer, L., & Heaney, P.J. 54 61-68
Bucking the trend: Three new geoscience programs Anderson, S.W., Flood, T.P., & Munk, L. 54 41-49
Searching for the difference: A controlled test of juse-in-time teaching for large-enrollment introductory-geology courses Linneman, S. & Plake 54 18-24
Differences between a standards-based curriculum and traditional textbooks in high-school earth science Park, D 53 540-547
Challenging students' ideas about Earth's interior structure using a model-based conceptual-change approach in a large-class setting Steer, D.N., Knight, C.C., Owens, K.D., and McConnell, D.A 53 415-421
Visual abilities and misconceptions about plate tectonics Sibley, D.F 53 471-477
How students think: Implications for learning in introductory geoscience courses McConnell, D.A., Steer, D.N., Owens, K.D., and Knight, C.C 53 462-470
Exploring the social, moral, and temporal qualities of pre-service teachers' narratives of evolution Hahn, D., Brem, S.K., and Semken, S 53 456-461
The effects of different learning tasks on model building in plate tectonics: Diagramming versus explaining Gobert, J.D 53 444-455
A preliminary study of students' asking quantitative scientific questions for inquiry-based model experiments Gautier, C. and Solomon, R 53 432-443
The development of student conceptions of the Earth-Sun relationships in an inquiry-based curriculum Salierno, C., Edelson, D., and Sherin, B 53 422-431
Spatial ability and earth science conceptual understanding Black, A.A 53 402-414
Assessment of learning in entry-level geoscience courses : Results from the geoscience concept inventory Libarkin, J. C. and Anderson, S.W 53 394-401
Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds Shepardson, D.P., Harbor, J., and Wee, B 53 381-386
The effect of an Earth-science learning program on students' scientific thinking skills Orion, N. and Kali, Y 53 377-393
Students' conceptions of scale regarding groundwater Dickerson, D., Callahan, T.J., Van Sickle, M., and Hay, G 53 374-380
A study of junior high students' perceptions of the water cycle Ben-zvi-Assarf, O. and Orion N 53 366-373
Concept mapping to reveal prior knowledge and conceptual change in a mock summit course on global climate change Rebich, S. and Gautier, C 53 355-365
Students' beliefs about the role of atoms in radioactive decay and half-life Prather, E 53 345-354
Conceptions, cognition, and change: Student thinking about the Earth Libarkin, J.C 53 342
Elementary students' ideas concerning fossil-fuel energy Rule, A.C 53 309-318
Students' understanding of complex dynamic systems Raia, F 53 297-308
Probing understanding in physical geology using concept maps and clinical interviews Englebrecht, A.C., Mintzes, J.J., Brown, L.M., and Kelso, P.R 53 263-270
Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty Macdonald, R.H., Manduca, C.A., Mogk, D.W., and Tewksbury, B.J 53 237-252
International geoscience educators' perceptions of approaches to K-12 science education for the 21st century Lee, H. and Fortner, R.W 53 198-203
The geology department, the administration, and the roots of failure and success (editorial) Drummond, C.N 53 146
The use of a mock environment summit to support learning about global climate change Gautier, C., and Rebich, S 53 5-16
What is urban education? Abolins, M 52 405-406
Design, implementation, and assessment of an Earth-Systems-Science course for secondary teachers Owen, J.C., Norton, S.A., Maasch, K., and Wittmann, M 52 379-385
Magnetism, the Earth as a magnet, and seafloor banding - How much magnetism is enough McKenney, R. and Webster, J 52 352-362
Competition, education, and the scientific method Drummond, C.N 52 310
An Earth science scrapbook project as an alternative assessment tool Burnley, P.C 52 245-249
Research methodologies in science education: Human subjects and education research Libarkin, J.C. and Kurdziel, J.P 52 199-204
Hypothesis testing in introductory laboratories and conceptual-change theory Owen, J.C 52 198
Geoscience encyclopedias and their potential for classroom instruction Kawula, J.D 51 512-520
Siccar Point and teaching the history of geology Montgomery, K 51 500-505
Carl Rogers and the origin of experiential learning (editorial) Drummond, C.N 51 462
Research methodologies in science education: Gender and the geosciences Libarkin, J.C. and Kurdziel, J.P 51 446-452
Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects Nichols, K.K., Bierman, P. R., Persico, L., Bosley, A., Melillo, P.R., and Kurfis, J 51 365-372
Game-based learning (editorial) Drummond, C.N 51 358
Research methodologies in science education: Training graduate teaching assistants to teach Kurdziel, J.P. and Libarkin, J.C 51 347-351
2002 NAGT Neil Miner Award: John Shelton Colburn, I.P 51 274-275
Do we have a 20th or 21st century curriculum? (Editorial) Drummond, C.N 51 162
Research methodologies in science education: Mental models and cognition in education Libarkin, J.C., Beilfuss, M. and Kurdziel, J.P 51 121-126
Research methodologies in science education: Undergraduate research mentoring, teacher workshops, and K-12 outreach activities Kurdziel, J.P., & Libarkin, J. 50 602-609
Research methodologies in science education: Visualization and the geosciences Libarkin, J.C. and Brick, C 50 449-455
Immanence and configuration: Scale dependance and the transition from periodic to quasi-periodic behavior of dynamic systems Drummond, C.N 50 346-348
Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Misconceptions of thermal energy in real materials Wampler, J.M 50 342-344
Goodbye to all that Picard, M.D 50 330-338
Teaching on the edge of chaos (editorial) Drummond, C. 50 238
Food for thought Angelo, T.A. and Cross, K.P 50 175
Food for thought Curzan, A. and Damour, L 50 168
Religion as belief versus religion as fact Dutch, S.I 50 137-144
Intelligent design and the future of science education (editorial) Drummond, C.N 50 134
Food for thought Edgerton, Hutchings, and Quinla 50 126
Food for thought Fortey, R 50 48
In memorium: Dorothy Stout, 1941-2001 Ridky, R.W., Johnson, C.L., and Geary, E 49 502
The significance of systems (Editorial) Drumond, C.N 49 420
Teaching race, class, and cultural issues in earth sciences to enhance multicultural education iniatives Padgett, D.A 49 364-369
Earthquake! - A cooperative learning experience Hodder, P.W 49 280-285
Ten common principles of geoscience departments - Part II Drumond, C.N 49 224
Ten common principles of geoscience departments - Part I Drumond, C.N 49 108
Sustaining intellectual integrity in the face of irrationalism (Editorial) Drumond, C.N 49 2
Food for thought Labaree, D.F 48 681
Food for thought Sowell, T 48 604
Learning from students Shea, J.H 48 562
Student performance (Letter) Tettenhorst, R.T 48 544-545
Food for thought Hirsch, E.D 48 454
Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors Carlson, G.R 48 436-439
The continuing growth of irrationalism (Editorial) Shea, J.H 48 406
Food for thought Noam, E.M 48 336
Forty years of teaching geology (editorial) Shea, J.H 48 258
Food for thought Hardin, G 48 215
Food for thought Hirsch, E.D 48 166
Forecasting the permanent decline of global petroleum production Minniear, M.P 48 130-136
Food for thought Sokal, A., and J. Bricmon 48 129
Food for thought Cromer, A 48 126
Food for thought Shamos, M.H 48 45
Food for thought Sagan, C 48 32
Food for thought Henry, W.A. III 47
Toward a self-reflective science education Vogt, A. 47 455-463
A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers Slattery, W., Becker, M.J., Plank, C. 47 443-448
Food for thought Hirsch, E.D.Jr. 47 442
Should the philosophy of science be x-rated? Shea, J.H. 47 410
Rank distribution of 1997 geoscience-teaching faculty Ongley, L.K. 47 357-361
Food for thought Cromer, A. 47 349
Food for thought Sowell, T. 47 294
Food for thought Hirsch, E.D.Jr. 47 248
Connecting geology, history, and the classics through a course in geomythology Tepper, J.H. 47 221-226
Food for thought Shamos, M.H. 47 188
Food for thought Sykes, C.J. 47 176
Food for thought Sagan, C. 47 142
Food for thought Guilder, G. 47 134
Promoting and evaluating participation in high-enrollment undergraduate courses Murck, B. 47 131-134
Food for thought Hirsch, E.D.Jr. 47 130
Integrating computing across a geosciences curriculum through an applications course Hall-Wallace, M.K. 47 119-123
Great expectation, slight contemplation - Results of a survey of student attitudes on the eve of the new millenium Picard, M.D. 47 113-118
Education research at the annual meeting (editorial) Shea, J.H. 47 110
Facilitating scientific thoughtfulness for non-science majors Drummond, C.N. 47 45-55
Using the internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course Harris, D.H. & McCartney, K. 47 17-22
1988 NAGT Presidential address - A retrospective trip through time Wagner, J.R. 47 5-7
The excitement of contemporary geology (editorial) Shea, J.H. 47 2