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Development and Evaluation of Where are We?: Map-skills Software and Curriculum part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Kim Kastens, D. Kaplan, K. Christie-Blick
Improvements in the instructional materials used in the prototype version of the Where are We program were accomplished through formative evaluation. These improvements include replacement of ...
Understanding Comics part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This unique book, in comic book format, explains the way comics work: how they are compiled, read, and understood. McCloud touches on issues larger than comics themselves, including how we deal with ...
Effects of Student-Generated Diagrams versus Student-Generated Summaries on Conceptual Understanding of Causal and Dynamic Knowledge in Plate Tectonics part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. Gobert, J. Clement
This article examines the beneficial effects of student-generated diagrams versus student-generated summaries on conceptual understanding on the topic of plate tectonics. A group of fifth grade ...
Research methodologies in science education; visualization and the geosciences part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. Libarkin, and C. Brick
This article addresses the use of visualizations in geoscience education. It traces the technological advancement of visualizations from static materials to animations and interactive models. It ...
Compiling Web-Based Topical Pages for Teaching Geoscience with Visualizations part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J.P. Crabaugh, C. Manduca, et al.
The effective use of visualizations is one of the most important aspects of teaching university-level geoscience. Today, there is a rich array of visualizations available on-line that can be ...
Spatial Metaphor in Temporal Reasoning part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Abstract from this book chapter: We often talk about time in terms of space: of looking forward to a brighter tomorrow, of troubles that lie behind us, or of music that played all through the night. ...
Edward Tufte: The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint (response) part of SERC Print Resource Collection
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A response to Edward Tufte's "The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint."