References for Teaching in the Field
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Designing Undergraduate Research Experiences for Nontraditional Student Learning at Sea part of SERC Print Resource Collection
James E. Gawel, Cheryl L. Greengrove
This article from the Journal of Geosceince Education summarizes two oceanography courses that involved students in ongoing research projects. By comparing these two course designs, the authors have ...
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Adult Learners, Instructional Design:Incorporating Research Experiences, Teaching in the Field, Ways Of Learning:Active/Kinesthetic/Experiential, Affective Domain:Learning Environments
Integrating Policy and Land Management Issues into a Natural Sciences Education: Teaching Environmental Sciences on the lower San Juan River, Utah part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Michael H. Ort, Diana E. Anderson, David M. Ostergren
This article describes an interdisciplinary field course combining natural sciences and policy and land management. The course is founded on a place-based set of problems. The course consists of a ...
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:In the Field
Teaching GIS and Remote Sensing Integration Using Fire Ecology in Longleaf Pine Sandhills part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Ryan R. Jensen
I developed a class assignment that integrates Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, and longleaf pine sandhill fire ecology to analyze potential sandhill succession in north central ...
Research on Learning: Instructional Design:Use of Technology, Teaching in the Field, Ways Of Learning:In the Field
'Creative solutions' and 'fibbing results': Enculturation in field ecology part of SERC Print Resource Collection
W. M. Roth, G. M. Bowen
Abstract: This paper is concerned with enculturation in field ecology, where students are frequently required to spend long periods of time in the field with little or no contact with others. We ...
Research on Learning: Affective Domain:Gender Differences , Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Student Attitudes, Student Motivation