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Earth Science Puzzles: Making Meaning From Data
Kim A. Kastens, Margie Turrin
This book is a collection of data-rich activities for use in the high school earth science classroom. In addition, there is an introduction that places the exercises in the context of the critical ...

A Comparison of Exemplary Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics Teachers' Conceptions and Enactment of Inquiry
W. Breslyn
This is a research paper in which the authors used a mixed-methods approach to assess 60 secondary science teachers' conception and enactment of inquiry. The results indicate that those conceptions ...

Geology as an Historical Science: Its Perception within Science and the Education System
J. Dodick, N. Orion
This paper is an account of the history of why and how geology came to be viewed as a derivative, less rigorous science, especially in comparison to physics, and how that became reflected in the ...

A Call for a New Geoscience Education Research Agenda
E. B. Lewis
A lack of qualified teachers and low enrollment in geosciences has led to reduced geoscience literacy. This paper presents research questions, theories, and examples to explore how to remedy this ...