Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Education - Teacher Education

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47 12-16 Gosselin, D.C., Feurer, R., Frack, S.,Musson, A., Mayo, L., Karel, C., Schafer, E., Snyder, C., Sarchett, J., Alfieri, M.L.
    The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication project
48 631-635 Gosselin, D.C., Lowrey, S., and Meyer, S.J.
    Process-oriented environmental-change curriculum-development workshops
48 436-439 Carlson, G.R.
    Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors
48 150-160 Edgett, K.S.
    K-12 educator involvement in the Mars Pathfinder field trips in the channeled scabland of Washington and Idaho
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
47 321-324 Speece, M.A.
    Using new laboratory equipment for geoscience technical outreach
47 366-368 Slater, T.F., Safko, J.L., and Carpenter, J.R.
    Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based astronomy-for-teachers course
46 527 Anonymous
    ESTPP professional-development workshops
46 439-449 Hall-Wallace, M.K.
    Can earthquakes be predicted?
46 229-232 Carlson, G.R.
    Use of an umbrella and a globe to help students understand apparent nocturnal motion
46 137-140 Havholm, K.G.
    An activity to introduce the geoscience perspective
45 456-459 Hall-Beyer, M.C.
    Field geology for the national park visitor -- luring a general audience into research
45 304-307 Slater, T.F., Goering, K., and Slater, K.H.
    Science picnics for a lifelong-learning community
45 294 Riggs, E.M.
    Geoscience versus the spread of psuedoscience [Letter]
45 117-122 Murray, J.J.
    Ethnogeology and its implications for the aboriginal geoscience curriculum
45 113-116 Dubiel, R.F., Hasiotis, S.T., and Semken, S.C.
    Hands-on geology for Navajo Nation teachers
45 109-112 Semken, S.C., and Morgan, F.
    Navajo pedagogy and earth systems
45 105-108 Bevier, M.L., Thompson, J.C., Evenchick, C.A., and Wyss, J.A.
    Making geoscience relevant to First Nations' students from the north coast of British Columbia
45 104-105 Semken, S.C.
    NAGT/GSA Symposium on geoscience education in native American communities
45 4-9 Cooke, M.L., Anderson, K.S., and Forrest, S.E.
    Creating accessible introductory-geology field trips
44 523-528 Slater, T.F., Carpenter, J.R., and Safko, J.L.
    Dynamics of a constructivist astronomy course for in-service teachers
44 259-261 Slattery, W.A.
    A course for training preservice elementary teachers in the content and processes of earth science
44 183-188 Edgett, K.S., and Christensen, P.R.
    K-12 education outreach program initiated by a university research team for the Mars global surveyor thermal emission spectrometer project
43 534-539 Savoy, L.E.
    Linking environmental history and earth studies in an undergraduate seminar
43 395-400 Mayer, V.J., Fortner, R.W., and Hoyt, W.H.
    Using cooperative learning as a structure for Earth Systems Education workshops
43 391-394 Starr, E.M.
    Cooperative learning and its effects on geology achievement and science attitudes of preservice elementary-school teachers
43 376-380 Wagner, J.R., Barbary, S.W., and Astwood, P.M.
    Full-circle partnerships for elementary-school science education - a collaborative approach to group learning in earth science
43 366-370 Schweitzer, J.
    Use of learning stations as a strategy for teaching concepts by active-learning methods
43 121-127 Kern, E.L. and Carpenter, J.R.
    A highly successful science and mathematics enhancement effort for grades K-6
43 114-120 Mattox, S.R. and Babb, J.L.
    Seismology demonstrations and activities for inservice training of K-12 teachers in areas of high seismic risk
43 15-19 Carpenter, J.R. and Astwood, P.M.
    Components of a successful professional-assistance program for earth-science teachers
42 495-501 Stofflet, R.T.
    Conceptual change in elementary-school teacher candidate knowledge of rock-cycle processes
42 412-416 Smith, D.P.
    The sphere as a tool for teaching statistics
42 351-357 Martin, L.E., Carpenter, J.R., Ryan, J.M., and Astwood, P.M.
    Evaluation of an advanced earth-science-seminar series for earth-science teacher-resource agents
42 282-285 Metzger, E.P.
    The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, rock-cycle sagas
42 258-260 Hanley, T.B.
    Participating in an environmental workshop for middle-school teachers at Keystone Science School
41 345-351 Carlson, G.R., and Simons, J.C.
    Analysis of project catalyst: A comprehensive multi-year earth-science teacher-education program
41 339-344 Carpenter, J.R., Astwood, P.M., Ryan, J.M., Smith, K., and Wideman, I.
    An overview of the South Carolina Earth-Science-Resources Project
41 312-314 Roy, E.C.Jr.
    Reform in college-level geoscience education
41 304-311 Carpenter, J.R.
    An overview of geoscience education reform in the United States
41 244-246 Gallagher, W.B.
    Teaching a graduate course to in-service teachers on ice age mammals, global change, and mass extinction
41 226-230 Stofflett, R.T.
    Preservice elementary teachers' knowledge of rocks and their formation
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
41 208-218 Rischbieter, M.O., Ryan, J.M., and Carpenter, J.R.
    Use of microethnographic strategies to analyze some affective aspects of learning-cycle-based minicourses in paleontology for teachers
41 32-34 McQueen, K.G., Munson, J.M., Perkin, D.J., and Lewis, G.B.
    A geoscience education liaison network in the Australian Capital Territory
40 410-413 Fox, H.F.Jr., and Carpenter, J.R.
    Delphi study on barriers to environmental education
40 228-232 Gibson, G.G., Gibson, B.O., Ortiz, A., and Teeter, S.A.
    In-service field-oriented earth science programs for the
    precollege teacher that make a difference
40 216-221 Martin, L.E., Ryan, J.M., and Carpenter, J.R.
    Improving teacher attitudes toward science and increasing their knowledge of earth science
40 66-73 Mayer, V.J., Armstrong, R.E., Barrow, L.H., Brown, S.M., Crowder, J.N., Fortner, R.W., Graham, M., Hoyt, W.H., Humphris, S.E., Jax, D.W., Shay, E.L., and Shropshire, K.L.
    The role of planet earth in the new science curriculum
40 49-52 Metzger, E.P., and Geary, E.E.
    The Bay Area Earth Science Institute - A practical model
    for improving science literacy
39 272-278 Hannibal, J.T.
    Interpreting urban geology
39 185-187 Schneiderman, J.S.
    Learning geology by writing about the history of geology
39 48-51 Starr, E.M.
    The history of the development of earth-science programs in higher education
38 311-314 Carlson, G.R.
    A comprehensive earth-science teacher-education program
38 225-228 Yoxall, W.H.
    An earth science process centre
38 223-225 Stover, S.G., and McLean, J.V.
    An evolution and education seminar for teachers
38 219-222 Feazel, C.T., and Aram, R.B.
    Teaching the teachers - a regional approach to nationwide problems in precollege science education
38 213-215 Birnbaum, S.J., Morris, A.P., and McDavid, D.A.
    Improving earth-science education through teacher-enhancement programs
38 191-192 Williams, J.W.
    Self preservation forces program reconsideration in geology departments
38 4-5 Nuhfer, E.B.
    Anyone can teach earth science
37 314-316 Yurkovich, S.P., Johnson, P.G., and Arden, J.M.
    Using computer telecommunications to improve earth-science education at middle and secondary schools
37 312-313 Kolesar, P. T.
    Role of geology in science teaching
37 116 Cox, D.C.
    Announcement of Mt. St. Helens workshop
36 134 Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and Thompson, K.W.
    [Erratum] Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986
36 19-23 Hoff, D.B., Lancaster, R.P., Little, S.C., and Thompson, K.W.
    Earth science teaching in Iowa during the decade 1976 to 1986
35 260-262 Gibson, G.G.
    Partners in earth-science education
35 244-245 Shea, J.H.
    Science, geology, geography and "cultural literacy"
35 56 National Science Foundation
    Food for thought
34 282 Census Burl
    Food for thought
32 5 Carpenter, J.R.,
    The crisis in science education: A challenge to NAGT
31 358-361 Sheldon, D.S., Wielert, J.S., and Philp, C.F.
    A leadership model for university geology department teacher inservice programs
31 197-199 Agnew, J.D.
    Confidence levels of earth science teachers
31 74-78 Newell, N.D.
    Creationism and science education
29 76-82 Stallings, E.S., Astwood, P.M., Carpenter, J.R., and Fitzpatrick, Henry B.
    Effects of two contrasting teaching strategies in an investigative earth science course for elementary-education majors