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Exploring the Interrelationships of Art and Geology through a Course Module on European Ice Age Cave Art part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Denise A. Battles, Jane Rhoades Hudak
This article from the Journal of Geoscience Education provides an overview of key concepts and resources that interested geoscience and/or art faculty can use to adapt or develop a module or activity ...

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Julie C. Libarkin, Steven W. Anderson, Julie Dahl, Beilfuss Meredith, William Boone
This study published by the Journal of Geoscience Education addresses student conceptual understanding and conceptual changes in college science courses. Data were collected at a small private ...

Metaphoric structuring: Understanding time through spatial metaphors part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Lera Boroditsky
Abstract: cited by Tversky 2005, re "priming of temporal perspective from spatial but not vice versa", which is supposed to indicate that spatial use of overlapping terms such as ...

Earth and Life Through Time part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Steven M. Stanley

Understanding Evolutionary Change within the Framework of Geological Time part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Jeff Dodick
This paper focuses on a learning strategy designed to overcome students' difficulty in understanding evolutionary change within the framework of geological time. Incorporated into the learning ...

How Important is Deep Time? part of SERC Print Resource Collection
R. D. Trend
Summarizes all his work on perception of deep time, among 10-11 year olds, 17 year olds, pre-service teachers, and in-service teachers. 10-11 year olds have 2 clusters for events in geologic history ...

A new interactive class and lab for undergraduate non-geology majors on Earth, climate, and life through time part of SERC Print Resource Collection
T. Bralower, D. Whitney, I. Kogan, D. Campbell
Earth, Climate, and Life through Time is an Earth history course with a lab. Earth history is taught three times: first emphasizing the solid Earth and plate tectonics, again emphasizing the ...


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