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ERIC Number: ED457837
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Pages: 91
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Science. [SITE 2001 Section].
Roach, Linda E., Ed.
This document contains the following papers on science from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2001 conference: (1) "Using a Computer Simulation before Dissection To Help Students Learn Anatomy" (Joseph Paul Akpan and Thomas Andre); (2) "EARTH2CLASS: A Unique Workshop/On-Line/Distance-Learning Teacher Training Project" (Cristiana Assumpcao and others); (3) "Using Technology To Help Strike a Blow for Education and the Environment--A Case Study in 'Real World' Preservice Teacher Education" (Candy Beal); (4) "Teacher's Stages of Development in Using Visualization Tools for Inquiry-Based Science: The Case of Project VISM" (Michael T. Charles and Robert A. Kolvoord); (5) "Teacher Created Virtual Field Trips" (Kenneth F. Clark and others); (6) "The Quest for Scientific Inquiry: A Document Analysis of Quest Projects" (Gregory A. Coverdale); (7) "Science Investigations: Onsite--Online--On the Mark!" (Marianne K. Dove and Joyce A. Zikovich); (8) "Problem-Solving-Based Model of WBI" (Tianguang Gao); (9) "Sustainable Environmental Education for Brasilian Teachers" (Lenise Aparecida Martins Garcia and Doris Santos de Faria); (10) "Helping Teachers and Students Use Advanced Technology in Teaching High School Science: A Preliminary Feasibility Study of the Use of a WWW-Controlled Atomic Force Microscope in High School Science" (Thomas Andre and others); (11) "The Internet Science Education Environment (ROL)" (Zdena Lustigova and Stanislav Zelenda); (12) "Meeting the Need for Technology Integration: Math, Science and Technology Integration for Pre-Service Teachers" (Skip Marshall and others); (13) "Aiming a Better Understanding in Science Courses through Mathematical Reasoning" (Simon Mochon); (14) "Revolution in Hand: Handheld Computers in the Science Classroom" (Beverly Ray and others); (15) "Mining for Problem-Solving Styles in a Virtual World" (Brian M. Slator and others); (16) "Integrating Mathematics, Science, and Technology Goals: An Interdisciplinary Approach" (Scott W. Slough and others); (17) "The Design of Instructional Technology To Help Students Connect Phenomena to Scientific Principles" (Jerry P. Suits); and (18) "Life and Death of the Lymphocytes: A Didactic-Pedagogic Game for Teaching Immunogenetics" (Gerlinde Agate Platais Brasil Teixeira). Most papers contain references. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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