Abstracts

Linda Hamrick

Abstract


Marshall P. Cady, Jr.—Ideas Concerning the Use of Computer Data Acquisition Systems to Improve Teaching Effectiveness within the Laboratory

Walter Cory—A New and Challenging Science Program from AAAS for Grades 7 and 8

G. Earle Francq and Jerry M. Colglazier—Determining Needs: First Step for Improving Science and Mathematics Instruction in Rural High Schools in Northwestern Indiana

D. Fabian Lozano-Garcia' and Roger M. Hoffer—The Layered Classifier: A More Effective Method for Studying Seasonal Changes in Forest Cover Types Using Satellite Data

James George—Synthesis Experiments for High School Chemistry

Linda Hamrick and Harold Harty—The International Challenge: A Comparison of Science Education Models from Four Nations

Susan M. Johnson—A New Approach to Fostering Scientific Literacy among Indiana's Secondary School Students

Paul B. Kissinger and John A. Ricketts—Science Training for the Industrial Environment (STIE)

Rosalie Kramer—Field Biology: A Blow to Provincialism

John Richard Schrock—Speaking of Sex—A Presentation on Terminology for Students in Reproductive Biology Classes

Richard E. Schuley and Marshall P. Cady, Jr.—Improving the Results of Molecular Mass Determination Experiments by Using a Microelectronic Thermistor Device

Katharine Sessions—An Introductory Titration for First Year Chemistry Students: A Comparison of Antacid Effectiveness

Stanley S. Shimer—Using the Microcomputer to Teach Science in the Elementary Classroom

James T. Streator—Computer Aided Classroom Presentations in Chemistry

Albert A. Williams—Color Vision: A Lecture Demonstration of Afterimages


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