Session No. 9 Thursday, April 5, 2001

8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Sheraton Capital Center Hotel: Oak Forest Ballroom
T0. Great Ideas in Teaching Geoscience--K-16 (Part B) (Posters)
Lynne Gronback, Presiding
Booth #
29AN UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE IN THE CURATION OF LATE TRIASSIC CHINLE FORMATION MOLLUSKS FROM THE PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK: MALIZIA, Richard W. and GOOD, Steven C., Department of Geology & Astronomy, West Chester Univ, West Chester, PA 19383, sgood@wcupa.edu
30EAST LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL HAZE PROJECT: MICHAEL, Debbie W., Science, East Lincoln High School, 6471 Hwy 73, Denver, NC 28037, ndwmrpm@msn.com.
31INQUIRY-BASED FIELD WORK IN THE GEOLOGICAL SETTING: GREENBERG, Robert M., Chapel Hill High School, 1709 High School Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, antares8@mindspring.com.
32COMBATING MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT GROUND WATER USING A WET TUBE MODEL OF THE WATER TABLE AND THE CAPILLARY FRINGE: JAMESON, Roy A., Chemistry, Physics, and Geology, Winthrop University, 121 Bancroft, Rock Hill, SC 29733, jamesonr@winthrop.edu.
33EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE EDUCATION STANDARDS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN STATES: SUMMARIES AND TRENDS: FERKLER, Matthew D. and GOOD, Steven C., Department of Geology & Astronomy, West Chester Univ, West Chester, PA 19383, sgood@wcupa.edu
34FIELD STUDIES COURSE STRESSING DINOSAURS MOTIVATES UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TO LEARN METHODS OF SCIENCE AND PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY: CRISP, Edward L., Geology Dept, West Virginia Univ at Parkersburg, 300 Campus Dr, Parkersburg, WV 26101, ecrisp@alpha.wvup.wvnet.edu.
35GEOLOGY ON WHEELS: AN OUTREACH PROGRAM TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS: MORSE, Linda D., Geology, College of William & Mary, P.O. Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187, ldmors@wm.edu and MACDONALD, R. Heather, College William & Mary, PO Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
36HANDS-ON PALEONTOLOGY ACTIVITIES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL: BEAN, Christine, Education Department, Fernbank Museum of Nat History, 767 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307-1221, chris.bean@fernbank.edu and HUEBNER, Nancy J., Department of Physical Sciences, Fernbank Sci Ctr, 156 Heaton Park Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307-1398
37NOT YOUR ORDINARY VOLCANO MODEL: RELYEA, Mary E. and VINSEL, Keri, Ligon GT Magnet Middle School, 706 E. Lenior Street, Raleigh, NC 27601, mrelyea@wcpss.net
38SE MAPS: A HANDS-ON INTEGRATED CURRICULUM PACKAGE INTRODUCING REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY TO THE SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM: WAGNER, John R., Geological Sciences, Clemson Univ, PO Box 340976, Clemson, SC 29634-0976, jrwgnr@clemson.edu, ANDERSON, James R., FREAC, Florida State Univ, C2200 University Ctr, Tallahassee, FL 32306-4015, ARTHUR, Jonathan, Florida Geological Survey, FDEP, 903 W. Tennessee St, Tallahassee, FL 32304-7700, ASTWOOD, Philip M., Center for Science Education, Univ of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, BROWN, Charles Q., Geology, East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC 27858-4353, CLARK, G. Michael, Geological Sciences, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-1410, HUEBNER, Nancy, Fernbank Sci Ctr, 156 Heaton Park Drive, Atlanta, GA 30307, RUSSELL, Gail, Univ of Southern Mississippi, GIBSON, Michael A., Univ Tennessee - Martin, 215 Joseph E. Johnson EPS Bldg, Martin, TN 38238-5039, GORE, Pamela, Geology, Georgia Perimeter College, 555 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GA 30021, HANLEY, Thomas, Chemistry and Geology, Columbus State Univ, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, GA 31907-5645, and MILLS, Hugh H., Earth Sciences, Tennessee Technological Univ, 815 Quadrangle Drive, Cookeville, TN 38505
39THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX: TEACHING ROCKS AND MINERALS: PHELPS, Haydee Gleason, Exploris Middle School, 207 East Hargett Street, Raleigh, NC 27601, Hphelps@exploris.org.
40THREE-DIMENSIONAL ASTRONOMY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLS: GIRAL, Ruben, Science Department, McDougle Middle School, 900 Old Fayetteville Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, dcuben@mindspring.com.

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