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These materials belong to Chicago State University, and may be accessed by contacting the person in charge of the room where they are located, or through the Teachers' Writing & Resource Center, ED 111 As of 4/22/06 The following materials are available in the General Science Library in the sixth cabinet from left in ED 200

Abstracts: toys: Partners for terrific Science, group A Activities for teaching science as inquiry. Carin, Arthur A., Bass, Joel E. & Contant, Terry L. Pearson, 2005 Characteristics of inquiry classrooms pA-8-A-10 Cooperative groups pA-8-9 Discourse pA-8 Elaboragion pA-7 Engagement pA-4-5 Evaluation pA-7 Explanation pA-7 Exploration pA-6 Getting started with inquiry science pA-11 How are buttons alike and different? A-17 How much water can heap up in a cup? PA-21-22 Phases of inquiry instruction pA-4-A-7 Physical science activities pA-16-A-136 Planning for inquiry instruction pA-11-A-13 Properties of matter pA-17-A-42 References pA-15 Scaffolding pA-10 Teaching inquiry science activities pA-3-A-16 Using the science activities in this book pA-14 What are some different ways you can group buttons? PA-18-20 When scientists and students inquire pA-4-A-7 AIMS: Activities integrating math and science (catalog). AIMS Education Foundation. ASCS national award winners, 2002 Beginning science: The how and why activity wonder book of. Pearce, Q L. Price/Stern/Sloan publishers. 1987. Benchmarks for science literary (CD-ROM) :Version 1.0 for Microsoft windows. Oxford University Press, 1995 Benchmarks for science literary (CD-ROM). Version 1.0 for Apple macintosh; 1995. Blue bell creameries. Green, Ronald. Partners for Terrific Science. Books to read [on science] Buckle down on Illinois science, Level 4. Buckle Down Publishing Co. 2003. Buckle down on Illinois science, Level 4 Form A. Buckle Down Publishing Co. 2003. Bulletin board border-microscopes and science related pictures. Challenge your students to think like a scientist k-2 (poster). Discovery Works Series. Houghton Mifflin Science. City science. McDougal Littell n.d. City science news Vol. 1 No.1. September, 1994. Compsognathus (bookmark) Cooperative mathematics and chemistry program. MATCH Program, 1998.

A critical analysis of the industrial academic partnership for the advancement of science and technology. Grim, Nancy, 1995 D-fending the colon: Bile component triggers vitamin D receptor SEE Live tour... [and] D-fending... Discover science [1st]. Cohen, Michael R & Cooney, Timothy M & Hawthorne, Cheryl M & McCormack, Alan J & Pasachoff, Jay M & Pasachoff, Naomi & Rhines, Karin L & Slesnick, Irwin L. Scott, Foresman, 1991. Discover science [3rd]. Cohen, Michael R., Cooney, Timothy M., Hawthorne, Cheryl M., McCormack, Alan J., Pasachoff, Jay M., Pasachoff, Naomi, Rhines, Karin L. and Siesnick, Irwin L. Scott Foresman, 1989. An aquarium filter p87 Careers p86 Chapter review p26-27, 46-47, 64-65, 84-85 Classifying animals p29 Classifying objects p49 Exploring the inside of atoms p103 Feeding the jays p53 Helping pandas survive p61 Helping roots do their jobs p15 How animals grow and change p28-47 How are flowers and cones important? P16-19 How are roots, stems, and leaves important? P10-15 How can animals be grouped? P30-31 How can matter change? P104-111 How do organisms get food? P58-63 How do organisms live together? P54-57 How do people change the lives of plants and animals? P68-71 How do people protect plants and animals? P72-75 How do people use plants and animals? P76-83 How do plants grow from seeds? P20-15 How do some animals with backbones grow and change? P32-37 How do some animals without backbones grow and change? P38-45 How people affect plants and animals p66-89 Introducing Discover science pxii-5 Life science p6-27 Living things need each other p48-65 Looking at fibers p80 Making a model of a food chain p57 Making a model of an animal habitat p75 Making a plant dye p67 Making models of spiders and insects p42 Observing bones and feathers of a bird p37 Observing different materials p93 Observing how seeds germinate and grow without light p23 Observing leaves p9 Observing that air has volume p99 Observing the movement of water in plants p14 Physical science p90-183 Plant growth p8-27 Projects and books p89 Properties of matter p92-113 Protecting the wilderness p81 Seeing how insects behave p43 Study guide p316-317, 318-319, 320-321, 322-323 Unit review p88 Using calendars and pictographs p44-45 Using diagrams and pie graphs p62-63 Using pictographs and time lines p82-83 Using thermometers and bar graphs p24-25 What are the five groups of living things? P50-53 What is matter? P94-99 What makes up matter? P100-103 Discovery works. Houghton Mifflin Science 2003. Discovery works: teaching guide/2, Houghton Mifflin Science, 2003. Boston. EdGrid: Building the educational grid to move K-12 teachers into 21st century science with 21st century technology (folder). Shodor Education Foundation. Educational products for astronomy, earth science and space science. [catalog]

Educational software (catalog on CD-ROM). ENC focus (9)2. Mathematics and Science across the curriculum. 2002, Eisenhower National Clearinghouse. ENC focus (9)3. Increasing your mathematics & science content knowledge. 2002 EPA Science fair fun: Designing environmental science projects. OSW Publications Event-based science (folder). National Science Foundation. Every day science: An enrichment calendar. NSTA, 1994 Everything you need to know about science homework; A desk reference for students & parents 4th to 6th grades. Zeman, A. & Kelly, K. Scholastic References ., 2005. Explore & experiment. Lyondell Equistar (CD-ROM) Favorite labs from outstanding teachers Vol. 2. Sanders, Linda R. National Association of Biology Teachers, 1993. A freshman writing course in parallel with a science course. Wilkinson, A. M. p160-165 IN College composition and communication, 37 ,May 1985. National Council of Teachers of English. CNF 3/04 The game of science education. Weld, Jeffrey, ed. Pearson, 2004. Acquiring expertise in teaching and pedagogical content knowledge p31 An active endeavor p14 Additional resources p21, 47, 79, 102 All-star performers: Science teachers at the top of their game. Varella, Gary F. p22-47 The all-star science teacher p39 The application domain p57 Are experts born or made? P36-38 Assessment and evaluation in the winning classroom p16 The attitude domain p58-59 Becoming a teacher p91 Beginning field experience on campus p94 Beliefs and performance: The instant replay p35 Bridging research and practice p106 Building a team p12 Capturing the essence of the new rules: Multiple domains of science p53 Catalog: Carolina Science & Math 2003-2004; Changing rules for the game of science in school classrooms p50-52 Characterizing expertise; Levels of play p29 Choices in the classroom as an indication of more expertlike beliefs p35 The coaches p1-102 Coaching by the new rules: Instruction in multiple domains of science p63-65 Coaching to win. Penick, John E. p2-22 The concept domain p54 Connections with science education p109 Constructivism as a theory p107 Constructivism versus behaviorism p107 Controlling the context p96 The cooperating or mentor teacher p88 Creating a winning classroom learning climate p11-13 The creativity domain p60 Curriculum for success p15 Did what they think (their beliefs) relate to how they played (taught)? P34 Doing action research and philosophy of education p95 The ever-changing scenery at the front of the pack p27 The experiential dimension p84 Exploration p69 Game highlights featuring beliefs and performance: Results of one study p32-35 The game in action: A coach bridges imaginations p18-19 The game in action: A secondary preservice science teaching methods course organized by the STS approach p71 The game in action: No life jacket necessary! P99-100 The game in action: The all-star and the rookie p40-43 The goals of student teaching p83-86 Having clear and realistic goals p94 How do we assess learning? P11 How should students be learning? P9-10 The ideological dimension p84

In the zone: Links to STS and constructivism p26 Inquisitive young scullions. Weld, Jeffrey. Pxv-xix In-service professional development of science teachers p65 Invitation p68 Learners in science: No room on the bench. Dawkins, Karen. P104-135 Level and art in skillful play p28-31 Making sense of the results p34 Maximizing involvement p96 The national science education tandards p8-10 The nature of reality: What is truth? P108 The nature of science p8 The nature of science and science education p108-112 New science coaches: Preparation in the new rules of science education. Dass, Pradeep M. p48-79 No end to the season p24 Novice to expert: From the farm to Fenway p28 The object of the game p6 Optimizing the student teaching experiences p94-96 An overall coaching strategy: The science-technology-society (STS) approach p66 Perspectives on student teaching p82 The players p103-196 Points of agreement p107 Preservice science teacher preparation p64 The process domain p55-56 Proposing explanations and solutions p70 Questioning and conversation p94 A rationale for teaching p7 References p20, 44-46, 78, 101 Reflecting on the game p20, 44, 77, 101 Reflection and evolution of goals, ideas, strategies, and mechanisms p17 The relational dimension p86The role of the winning coach p14 Science literacy through informed professionals p70 Seeking a variety of advice p95 A shared vision p13 Shooting for the top: A state of mind, a state of being p24-27 Sink or swim: The transformative student teaching experience in science. McNew, Jill C. p80-102 Skill building p12 A state of being: Teacher beliefs framed in expertise p26 A state of mind: The complex construct of beliefs p25 Strength and endurance conditioning: A framework for thought and action p36-38 The student teacher p89-90 The study of expertise in constructivist science teaching p32 Taking action p70 The teacher as player-coach p25 The theoretical dimension p85 Theories of learning p106 Time to dive in p97-98 To inquire is the thing p14 The tools of analysis p33 University concerns p92-93 The university supervisor p87 What is constructivism? Understanding the game p106-107 What's winning? (and what does it mean to play?) p4-5 Where do they come from? What the analysis tells us p33 Who are these people? P36 The world view (Nature of science) domain p61-62 Gator feelings: Tough faces, more sensitive than ours SEE Live tour... [and] D-fending the colon... [and] Gator feelings... Glenco Science interactions, Course I. Glencoe, 1998 Acids, Bases, and Salts p. 184 Animal Life p. 276 Changing Ecosystems p. 504 Describing the Living World p. 216 Describing the Physical World p. 116 The Earth-Moon System p. 600 Earthquakes p. 572 Ecology p.344 Light and vision p. 52-83 Matter in Solution p. 152 Motion Near Earth p. 412

Motion p. 380 Moving Water p. 442 Observing the world around you p18-113 Plant Life p.310 Shaping the Land p. 472 Science, a tool for solving problems p2-17 Sound and Hearing p. 84 Viewing Earth and sky p. 20-51 Viruses and Simple Organisms p. 246 Waves p. 538 Glenco Science interactions, Course 2. Glencoe, 1998 The air around you p. 454-481 Air: Molecules in motion p422-511 Basic units of life p. 514-549 Breathing p. 482-511 Chemical reactions p. 550-581 Circulation p. 82-113 Controlling the body machine p. 238-265 Discovering elements p. 268-299 Earth materials and resources p266-421 Energy at work p114-265 Energy resources p. 390-421 Forces and pressure p. 20-51 Forces in action p18-113 Forces in earth p. 52-81 Gases, atoms, and molecules p. 424-453 How cells do their jobs p. 582-613 Life at the cellular level p512-613 Machines p. 148-179 Minerals and their uses p. 300-327 Moving the body p. 210-237 The ocean floor and shore zones p. 360-389 The rock Cycle p. 328 Science, a tool for solving problems p2-17 Thermal energy p. 180-209 Work and energy p. 116-147 Glenco Science interactions, Course 3. Glenco, 1998 Atoms and molecules p108-237 Blood: Transport and protection p. 370-401 Changes in life and earth over time p402-563 Combining atoms p. 174-207 Electricity and magnetism p18-107 Electricity p. 20-47 Electromagnetic waves p. 80-107 Evolution of life p. 534-563 Fission and fusion p. 566-595 Fueling the body p. 336-369 Geologic time p. 502-533 Heredity p. 436-467 Magnetism p. 48-79 Molecules in motion p. 208-237 Moving continents p. 468-501 Observing the world around you p564-655 Ocean Water and Life p. 272 Organic chemistry p. 304-335 Our fluid environment p238-401 Periodic table p. 142-173 Reproduction p. 404-435 Science, a tool for solving problems p2-17 The Solar System p. 596-625 Stars and galaxies p. 626-655 Structure of the atom p. 110-141 Weather p. 240-271 Hands on science: Science in American life. The handy science answer book (2nd ed). Compiled by the Science and Technology Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Visible Ink Press, 1997.

The Harper Encyclopedia of science. Newman, James R. (four volumes). Hayes solving science mysteries thru puzzles, games, and individual activities book 3. Broekel, Ray. Hayes School Publishing, 1978. Hayes Solving science mysteries thru puzzles, games and individual activities, book 3 (spirit duplicator masters). Broekel, Ray. Hayes School Publishing, 1978 Animal cries p19 Animals helpful or harmful to people p10 Average and maximum ages p8 Birds that do not fly p6 Calorie count p14 Circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems p12 Degrees of temperature p7 Elements p16 Famous scientists p20 Land changes p18 Magnetic paths p4 Message from outer space p1 More super science problems p23 Physical properties of matter: Using the senses p2 Plants p22 Prehistoric animals still alive today p15 Pressure p17 Science lucky number p9 Solar system quiz p5 Still more super science problems p24 Super science problems p21 Vertebrates p3 Weather words p13 Houghton Mifflin Science discoveryworks extra practice, grade 2: Blackline masters [and] answer key . Houghton Mifflin Changes over time pR6-7 Energy and motion pR4-5 Interactions of living things pR2-3 Solids, liquids, and gases pR8 What makes me sick pR10-11 Houghton Mifflin Science discoveryworks think like a scientist, grade 2. Houghton Mifflin Ask a question pS3 Draw conclusions pS7 Floating and sinking pS2-7 Make a hypothesis pS4 Observe PS2 Plan and do a test pS5 Reading to learn pS8 Record what happens pS6 Safety pS10 How things work: 21 science projects. (kit) Idea bank collection: A handbook for science teachers. Vol. 1, Talesnick, Irwin, Inquiry ­classroom discussion and questions. Grim, Nancy C. and Liu, Claire G., 1994. Integrated Science Laboratory Manual, Teacher's Edition Animals p.33 Astronomy p. 239 Cells and Heredity p.65 Chemical Building Blocks p. 253 Chemical Interactions p. 269 Earth's Changing Surface p. 177 Earth's Waters p. 193 Electricity and Magnetism p. 313 Environmental Science p. 127 From Bacteria to Plants p.11 How to Use a Microscope p. 1 How to Use a Balance p. 7 Human Biology and Health p. 91 [CNF 1/04 and 4/04]

Inside Earth p. 155 Motion, Forces and Energy p. 289 Sound and Light p. 333 Weather and Climate p. 217 Integrating science in your classroom: School begins at home: Parents are science teachers, too. Retrieved September 2000 from www.Teaching Interactive videodiscs in science: Foundations of multimedia/hypermedia. Lehman, James D and Brickner, Diana. Educational Computing & Instructional Development, School of Education, Purdue University Computer-based interactive video systems p5-6 Interactive video in education p7 Interactive videodiscs in the science classroom project p8-10 Levels of interactive video p2 Resources p11 Uses of interactive video today p6 Videodisc and optical storage technologies p3 Videodisc formats p4 What is interactive video? P2 An introduction to scientific inquiry: Natural sciences 097 student activities. Kendall/Hunt, 1996 Anomalies p197-200 Basic skills development p1-106 Biology applications p197-234 Biology bench equipment (table) p3 A changing velocity p131-128 Chemical vs. physical properties p175-180 Chemistry applications p151-196 Chemistry bench equipment (table) p4 Concentration and absorption spectrophotometry p159-162 Descartes diver p63-76 Data table p20 DNA detective p7-10 DNA fingerprinting ­ Electrophoresis at work: DNA case II ­ Student activity card p9-10 Electric circuits/Ohm's law p107-110 Equipment grab-bag p1 Equipment grab-bag follow up p1-6 Exploring acids and bases p163-166 Forensic evidence (bulletin) p9 Free fall p139-144 Frequency distribution p83-96 Galileo's classic experiment p121-130 I heard it through the grapevine p101 Investigating graound water/parts per million p151-154 Investigation of cells p217-224 Is this game fair p101 (Language) p13 Length vs. number p27-30 Length vs. number follow up p31-44 Mass vs. number p45-50 Monte carlo simulations p101 Mystery solutions p181-188 Natural selection in brids p225-230 Natural selection using colored toothpicks p231-234 Number magic p17-26 Phylogeny using hardware p201-204 Physics applications p107-150 Physics bench equipment (table) p5 Picture p19 Pockets p97-100 Powers of 10 p155-158 Price slope and fractional slope p51 Radioactive decay simulation p145-150 Rolling down hill: Force and acceleration p139 Separation of chemicals based on physical properties p189-196 Spot plate titration p167-170 Surface area vs. shape p77-82 Titration of vinegar p171-174 The unequal arm balance p111-120 Use of light microscope p205-216

Volume vs. number p51 Volume vs. number follow up p51-62 Inventions: Breakthroughs in science. Amato, Carol J. Smithmark Publishers, 1992. Jason Project see Real science, real research, real time, real learning: Jason Project Jason XIV: From shore to sea, 2002-2003. JASON Foundation for Education, 2002 Channel Islands (poster). Channel Islands National Park, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior Alien invasions Anacapa Island (photograph) The Channel Islands from the ice ages to today Chumash artifacts (photograph)[Illustration]. Hampshire, Michael Islands on the edge Kinship of islands and sea Living alone [map] NOAA and USGS The national park islands at a glance Nowhere else on earth People on the islands Protection and restoration A safe haven for brown pelicans San Miguel Island (photograph) Santa Barbara Island (photograph) Santa Cruz Island (photograph) Santa Rosa Island (photograph) Visiting Channel Islands National Park Channel Island National Marine Sanctuary in 3-D (poster). Waltenberger, Ben and Hechter, Doug. Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary things to do! (poster). Bird watching (photograph) Diving (photograph) Fishing (photograph) Pinnipeds (painting) Sailing (photograph) The sea center (photograph) Seal watching (photograph) Sharks (painting) Things to see! Tidepooling (photograph) Whale watching (photograph Whales (painting) From shore to sea digital labs: The Channel Islands adventure continues online! (flyer) Getting ready to do the Jason project (pullout folder) Jason Academy (flyer) Jason XIV: From shore to sea professional development ­ online! (flyer) New Jason XIV: From shore to sea materials kits (order form) Student guide Adopt an island p40-44 Channel Islands area geography p12 Channel Islands culture: Past and present p45-70 Channel Islands kelp canopy p17-18 Chumash territory place names p15 Coastal ecosystems: Land, water, and sea p71-94 Conserving our natural resources: A balancing act p145-168 Conversion procedures and table p171 Currents and sea surface temperature p14 Design your own sanctuary p162 Dig it! P58-61 Diving for data p107-112 Ecology p172 Eyes on the ecosystem p105-106 Geology and geography: Where are we going and why? P19-44 How does a satellite measure phytoplankton in the ocean? P82-87 If I were a pinniped p137-144 Investigating coastal ecosystems p88-90 The Jason Argonaut program p169-170 Jason expeditions p183 Jason XIV student atlas p10-18 Kelp and terrestrial forests p113-118 Kelp forest ecosystems: Monitoring and management p95-118

Kelp ­ up close and personal p103-104 Land and marine management p16 A letter from Dr. Ballard p2 Marine reserves ­ Where do you fit in? p157-161 Materials for exercises p174-5 Materials order form p181-182 Meet the Jason XIV team p3 A model for park management p163-168 The mystery of the Pygmy mammoth p27-31 Pinniped adaptations p127-131 Pinniped diving dynamics p132 Pinniped feeding and diving behavior p133-136 Pinnipeds: Monitoring and management p119-144 The phytoplankton bloom challenge p91-94 Plate tectonics jigsaw p32-35 Plumes and blooms: Tree rings of the sea p79-81 Research article focus questions p173 Resources p178-179 The rise or fall of the island fox p153-156 Scientific method p171 Scientist's toolbox p171-172 Southern California Bight p13 Student abstract p1 Student Argonaut profiles p170 Surveying the Channel Islands p36-39 Taxonomy/classification p172 Teacher resources and references p171-177 Teacher's toolbox p173-175 Tips on writing a scientific report p172 Trading for life p53-57 Trapped by the channel p62-64 What's the evidence p65-70 Teacher's guide Academic disciplines covered in the Jason curriculum pTG8-9 Alignment with national education standards pTG14-18 Assessment tools for tracking student success pTG11-13 Educational technology standards pTG18 English language arts standards pTG18 Geography standards pTG15 How do I use the curriculum? PTH19 How do I use the live expedition telepresence broadcast? PTG5 How is the content aligned across the multimedia components pTG6-7 Jason XIV: From shore to sea welcome letter pTG1 Jason XIV novels Jason multimedia curriculum model pTG2-3 Math standards pTG16 Multidisciplinary integration chart pTG9 Multimedia components of the Jason project pTG4-7 Performance-based assessment tools pTG13 Rubrics for scoring student work pTG11 Science standards pTG14 Standards and assessment charts pTG11 Standards-based online multiple-choice test pTG12 Student self-assessment pTG12 Teacher feedback form pTG21 Technology links ­ Using instructional technology with Jason pTG8 A year with the Jason project pTG20 Team Jason online (brochure) 2002-2003 merchandise catalog JCST; Integrating introductory biology and general chemistry laboratories. DEC. 199/Jan. 2000., Pp. 184-186. Journal clubs-a successful vehicle to science literacy. Glazer, Francine S. Journal of College Science Teaching, March/April 2000, pp. 320-4 Kindergarten resources book: Family letter master, activity, skill, and lesson checkup master. Silver Burdett & Ginn. Knowledge quest. Vol.31 No.3 Journal of the American Association of School Librarians. Laboratory solutions for the science classroom. Mitchell, Sharon Grobe. Flinn Scientific, Inc. 1995.

Learning science and the science of learning: NSTA press. 2002. Part 1: how do students learn science Part 2: designing curriculum for students learning Part 3: teaching that enhances student learning Part 4: assessing students learning Part 5: professional development and the science of learning Lederman Science Center, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (letter, describing workshops available) Inquiry workshops Internet workshops Software evaluation Student centered learning models Technology integration Lessons on reading; a thermometer, (camcorder videocassette) Dr. N Grim. Math, science, and social studies (catalog). Merrill National standards, deliberation, and design: The dynamics of developing meaning in science curriculum. Bybee, Rodger W. p150165 IN Problems of meaning in science curriculum. Roberts, Douglas A. & Ostman, Leif, eds. Ways of knowing in science series. Teacher's College, 1998. National standards, deliberation, and design: The dynamics of developing meaning in science curriculum. Bybee, Rodger W. p150165 IN Problems of meaning in science curriculum. Roberts, Douglas A. & Ostman, Leif, eds. Ways of knowing in science series. Teacher's College, 1998. National, state, and local standards: They will light your way p18 IN Teaching children science: Discovery methods for the elementary and middle grades (2nd ed). Abruscato, Joseph. Pearson, 2004. New face of science assessment: Beyond ISAT, Oct.,1999 A new paradigm in integrated math and science courses: Finding common ground across disciplines. Journal of college science teaching; Vol. 30, Number 3. PP 178-184. New Science, 162 (2187), May 22, 1999. Reed Business Information Abandon neutrality (letter). Tager, Jeremy p57 All change: In the absence of supersymmetry, a proton might decay into a positron and a pion, which would thn split into two photons (chart) p51 All fired up: What's making a weird glow at the center of a twister? Cohen, Philip. P17 Animal experiments: Where do you draw the line?: let the people speak. Aldhous, Peter, Coghlan, Andy and Copley, Jon. P26-31 Archaeological evidence reveals that Iron Age winter sunseekers trekked to the same southern spots, year after year... (cartoon) p100 The art of genes, by Enrico Coen (review). Barnett, Adrian. P56 As soon as suffering becomes involved, support for experiments falls away (chart) p30 Back in business p21 Bats [photograph] p12 Bats are prime suspects in Malaysian epidemic. Anderson, Ian. P12 Beyond cholesterol p25 Big weather. Gribbin, John and Gribbin, Mary. Inside science [section] p1-4 Blind date. Walker, Matt p8 Blizzards and deer: Cold comfort. Inside science [section] p4 Blood feud: If you're Canadian, a visit to Britain may soon disqualify you from donating blood. MacKenzie, Debora p20 Blooming unnatural: These flowers are unlike anything you've ever seen before. Coghlan, Andy p7 Booting up baby: There's much less going on in Cog's head than meets the eye ­ in fact, this android has a lot in common with a baby. Graham-Rowe, Duncan. P43-46Born in a storm. Hecht, Jeff. P38-41 Building bridges p51-52 Buying time: A clever polymer could help more people survive air crashes. Culture shock: Egyptian art and Peruvian temple building may have been spurred by climate change (photographs) p41 Dangerous talk p5 Darwin in begt (letter). Robertson, Forbes. P57-58 Data trickle p35-36 Deadly drift: eating altered maize pollen poisons the monarch's caterpillars (photograph). P4 The digital dialectic, ed by Peter Lunenfield (review). Wertheim, Margaret p56 Disaster: 193 died in the Herald of Free Enterprise (photograph of wreck) p15 Double trouble: Anyone surviving a crash faces toxic fumes from the burning interior (photograph) p14 Down side: depression puts you at greater risk of getting coronary diseas than smoking (photograph) p16 Dreamtime: David Barrett picks the winners of SF's most glittering prize. P53 Dual role: Communications satellites around Mars will relay signals to Earth and also act as nagivation satellites to help

landers pinpoint their position on the surface (chart) p34 Earth, you've got mail: It had to happen; NASA is about to tame the unruly solar system by wiring it up; Ben Iannotta has his interplanetary net address all ready and waiting. Iannotta, Ben. P32-36 Endoscopes fitted with liquid lenses could offer new levels of variable focusing (photograph) Enigma security 1031 p62 Eugene Saenger (photograph) p12 Eye to eye: Cog meets its maker, Rodney Brooks (photograph) p44 Face of protest: Antivivisectionists take to the streets (photograph) p26 The fall of Tell Leilan p40 Farewell, promised land, by Robert Dawson and Gray Brechin (review) p55 Feedback p100 Fighting back p7 Fit for a king: Dietary supplements could put a stop to a royal curse. Walker, Matt p10 Florigene's Moonshadow (photograph) p7 Four eyes p44-45 Glowing prospects: Jellyfish gene makes mouse pups fluoresce (photograph) p21 Go with the glow. Guterman, Lila. P14 Hearts and minds: Treating depression can pave the way to a healthier heart. Motluk, Alison p16 Here I stand: Two key figures in the animal experiments debate draw different lessons from public attitudes. Blakemore, Colin and Langley, Gill p60-61 High and lows: Can we switch moods on or off?. Boyce, Nell p11 A hit and myth affair p17 HMS Elusive: Nuclear submarines remain devilishly hard to track. Graham-Rowe, Duncan p5 Human dimensions: Major downpours Inside science [section] p2-4 The hurricane that wasn't Inside science [section] p3 In a spin: Witnesses have seen tornadoes catch fire (phtotograph) p17 In focus (letter0. Blakey, John p58-59 In the eye of a hurricane (chart) Inside science [section] p1 In the red: Up to a fifth of donors could be lost (photograph) p20 Initially most people are hostile to animal experiments, but these views are open to persuasion (chart) p27 Innocent farmers (letter). Ayre, Kathryn p57 Internal workings: Kismet's expressions are decided by a delicate balance between its drives and behaviors (chart) p46 Into the vortex (chart of tornado) p17 Island strongholds p25 It just might work... (chart of submarine detection). P5 It's a hard life for dolphins on the edge p25 Lessons for the world. Aldhous, Peter p27 Lexus and the olive tree, by Thomas Friedland (review) p54 Light work (chart) p11 Looking-glass logic (letter). Pennick, Rupert Campbell p59 Macromania (letter). Berrie, Peter p57 Martian maps p36. Mature mayonnaise (letters). Daughters, George & Cromwell, David p59 Monarchs under siege: Will a threat facing a favourite butterfly trigger gene crop fears in the US? Kleiner, Kurt. P4 More than before p15 The name of the game: The battle over genetically modified foods is not what it seems. P3 NASA goes to the rescue of shaky home videos. Fox, Barry p6 Natural gunk p101 [New car deck vs flat car deck] (chart) p15 El Nino/Southern Oscillation (chart) Inside science [section] p2 No consent row p21 No past, no future p45 No techno fixes (letters). Bleicher, David, and Gould, Andrew. P57 On show: But can satellites actually spot it [a nuclear submarine] moving? (photography) p5 Ozone-busting fuel proves a damp squib. Hecht, Jeff. P20 [Pentagon] (photograph) p12 People carefully wigh the costs and benefits of individual experiments before deciding whether they approve (chart) p28 Perfume overload (letter). Davies, Cathy p59 Poison patent alarms aid charity. Coghlan, Andy, p4 Pole position p40-41 Prize surprise. Fox, Barry p7 Radiation payout: The US government settles out of court over experiments on cancer patients. Edwards, Rob. P12 Really far out p5 Red rocks (letter). Jones, Peter p59 Repetive brain injury (letter). Newsome, Rex p59 Right but rejected (letter). Brierley, Andrew p58 Rock solid: For 20 years, physicists have been patiently waiting to witness the decay of a proton. Matthews, Robert. P4852 Royal blues (photograph of George III) p10 Safety second: People don't want insecticides to be tested on animals (photograph) p31

Safety standards (letter). Adam, Gordon p58 Saved by sperm: Lab animals will be spared by a novel transgenic technique. Knight, Jonathan p21 Sea change (chart) p40 The scent of music p15 Seeing red will be the signal to attack. Day, Michael. Selfless parents p25 Sensitive computers (letter). Cains, Tony p59 Shape changer (chart of liquid lense) p6 Slow riter: Magnetic drives are sluggish (holograph) p16 A social history of madness by Roy Porter's (review). P54 Soft focusing: A drop of oil and some salty water make a remarkably flexible lens. Graham-Rowe, Duncan p6 Sound and sense (letter). Laqueur-van Gent, Renee p58 The species involved makes a difference ­ experiments on monkeys are less likely to win support than those on mice (chart) p29 Stead as she goes: A subtle change in design could make ferries safer . Hamer, Mick p15 Storm track of tropical cyclones (chart) p3 Stratified society p41 Survival strategy p39-40 Thistle diary: More comment from Westminster. Dalyell, Tam p62 Time to chill out p7 Toxic shocker . Coghlan, Andy p31 Under stress: From Australia to the Sahara and Peru, our ancestors were affected by El Nino's emergence (photographs) p38-39 Under the weather p21 Vain deaths p5 Vegetarian water (letter). Grainger, Catherine p59 Violent forces on liftoff can make launch-pad videos a wobbly affair (photograph) p6 Wall-to-wall sound p15 Wavy train p101 Way to go p25 A way with nuts (ltter). Todd, Martyn. P58 The weather machine. Inside science [section] p4 We're to blame p25 Will a blast of light speed up your disc? Seife, Charles. P16 Winds and ocean currents are affected by the Coriolis effect (chart) Inside science [section] p4 Wired for gloom: An implanted electrode produced instant despair (holograph of human brain) p11 Woman: An intimate geography, by Natalie Angier (review) McDonald, Maggie. p54-55 NSTA craftsman: Young investors award program, Teacher's guide (3rd ed.). Frankovits, Nick NSTA science scope; 26 (6) March, 2003. New scientist; Quantum key; Keep your secrets safe forever. No. 2206 weekly, Oct. 2, 1999. New scientist; Almost human; has evolution taught old dogs new tricks? No 2228 weekly, March 2000.. 100 first prize make it yourself science fair projects. Vecchione, Glen. 1998. Sterling Publishing Company. Bird feathers & bug boxes p42-59 Creative concoctions p60-88 Excellent electrics p111-133 Find out about food p89-110 Fly, float & sink p181-200 Metric equivalents p201 Natural laws p134-161 Puzzling plant projects p162-180 Up, down, all around p9-41 Physical science standards: Middle school option-core language arts standards Pinball science: Build wacky pinball games packed with science facts and learning fun (CD-ROM). Macaulay, David, 1998. Planning curriculum in science (advertisement) PowerZone: Great learning, great review, great fun: Science series, middle school (CD-ROMs). Learning Multi-systems, 2003 [CNF 4/04] Content: Earth science, middle school (CD-ROM) Content: Life science, middle school (CD-ROM) Content: Physical science, middle school (CD-ROM) Game engine (CD-ROM) Getting started tips

Teacher guide. About PowerZone p2 PowerPlay card[s] PowerZone play and rules p3 Quick start p3 Room setup, team organization, and team play p9-10 Strategies for using PowerZone: Using PowerZone in the classroom p8 Uses of PowerZone features p4-7 Teacher's toolkit (CD-Rom) Practice & Assess. Standardized test preparation workbook. 2002. Prentice Hall Science Explorer. Test-taking tips with transparencies. 6-8 Science. 2002. Teacher's guide: Standardized Test Preparation Workbook 2002 Quantum [the magazine of math and science], 10 (5) Fundamental forces: Molecular interactions up close. Myakishev, G. P8-13 Soapy math: minimal surfaces. Fomenko, A. p4-7 Quantum [the magazine of math and science], January/February 2000 The eye and the Sky, p 10 Fluids and fault lines p. 4 Ready to use science proficiency lessons & activities (advertisement) Real science, real research, real time, real learning: Jason Project (folder). The Jason Foundation for Education Guide your students on a journey through the rainforest and don't worry about the snakes (folder) The Jason Project announces for 2003-04: Jason XV: Rainforests at the crossroads Jason Project: real science, real time, real learning (information sheet) 2002-2003 course catalog: Jason Academy: innovative online professional development for the busy educator: anytime, anywhere science courses for teachers. About the Jason Academy About the Jason lab pack p8 Academy staff p10 From Jason Academy students Jason Academy courses p4-6 Jason Academy experiences p9 Jason Academy policies p7 Why the Jason Academy? P2 Real science 2001-CD. Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy. Real science 2002-CD. Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy Renaissance partnership for improving teacher quality; third grade science: Simple machines. Annotated teacher work sample. Spring 2002. Annotated, January 2004. Renaissance partnership for improving teacher quality; Annotated teacher work sample; kindergarten science. Annotated, January 2004. Review & reteach: Skills and content review, grades 6,7, & 8 Science. Prentice Hall Sciences Explorer. 2002 Earth science content review P73-100 Life science content review P37-72 Math skills P129-152 Physical science content review P101-128 Science Skills P1-36 Science, 291 (5507), Geb 16, 2001 Antibodies for protein degradation (product review). P1368 Apoptotics molecular machinery: Vastly increased complexity in vertebrates revealed by genome comparisons. Aravind, L., Dixit, V. M., and Koonin, E. V. p1279-1283 Automated tissue processor (product review) p1367 Birth of two chimeric genes in the Hominidae lineage. Courseaux, A. and Nahon, J.-L. p1293-1297 Brain calls dibs on many genes. P1188 CCD camera (product review). P1367-1368 Color camera for digital microscopy (product review). P1368-1369 Comparison shopping p1180 Computational biology: Bioinformatics: Tyring to swim in a sea of data. Roos, D. S. p1260-1262 Conjugated antibodies for epitope detection (product review). P1368 Controversial from the start. P1182 The data horizon. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P. eds. P1155

Evolution of testis size. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Ecology Letter, 4, 10, 2001. p1159 Fighting the talismans that protect against infection p1183-1184 The fleeting nature of fame. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Cognition, 79, 89, 2001. p1159 Gene number: What if there are only 30,000 human genes? Claverie, J.-M. p1255-1257 Genetics: The century of the Gene, by E. F. Keller (review). Carroll, S. B. p1264 Genomania meets the bottom line p1193-1194 Genomics and behavior: Toward behavioral genomics. McGuffin, P., Riley, B. and Plomin, R. p1232-1248 Genomics and medicine: Dissecting human disease in the postgenomic era. Peltonen, L. and McKusick, V. a. p1224-1231 Genomics and society: The human genome and our view of ourselves. Paabo, S. p11219-1220 Genomics: Cracking the genome: Inside the race to unlock human DNA, by Davies, K. (review). Brenner, S. p1265-1278 Genomics sample preparation kits (product review). P1369 Grazing angle objective (product review). P1367 A high-resolution radiation hybrid map of the human genome draft sequence. Olivier, M. et al. p1298-1303 A history of the human genome project (timeline). P1195 with pullout Human DNA repair genes. Wood, R. D., Mitchell, M., Sgouros, J. and Lindahl, T. p1284-1288 The human genome. Jasny, B. R. and Kennedy, D. p1153-1154, p1177-1179 The human transcriptome map: Clustering of highly expressed genes in chromosomal domains. Caron, H. et al. p12891292 Hunting for collaborators of killer toxins. P1207-1218 Insights from genomic data. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P., eds. P1155-1156 ISH detection kit (product review). P1368 Medicine and genomics. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P., eds. P1157 Metaphors and meanings. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P., eds. P1157 Modular wizardry (product review). Wass, John A. p1367 Molecular biology: Who wrote the book of life? A history of the genetic code, by L. E. Kay (review). Lewontin, R. C. p1263 Nailing down cancer culprits p1185-1186 Not so silent passenger. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From EMBO Journal, 20, 330, 2201. p1161 Nucleic acid extractor (product review) p1369 Orbital shaker platform (product review). P1368 A parakeet genome project? P1187 Policy issues: Politcal issues in the genome era. Jeffords, J. M. and Daschle, T. P1249-1250 Proteomics: Proteomics in genomeland. Fields, S. p1221-1223 Providing the tools for discovery (review). P1369 The rainy season. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Geology, 29, 31, 2001. p1159-1161 Sectioning knife (product review). P1368 Sequence interpretation: Functional annotation of mouse genome sequences. The International Mouse Mutagenesis Consortium. P1251-1254 Sequence interpretation: Making sense of the sequence. Galas, D. J. p1257-1259 The sequence of the human genome. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P., eds. P1157, p1304-1351 Sharing the glory, not the credit. P1189-1192 Silicon's travels. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Earth and Planetary Science Letter, 184, 367, 2001. p1159 Stage system (product review). P1367 The tail end of mRNA decay. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Cell, 104, 377, 2001. p1159 Taking up residence. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Immunity, 14, 57, 2001. p1161 A tale of two sequences. Jasny, B. and Szuromi, P., eds. P1155 Twisting an arm gently. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Physics Review Letter, 86, 672, 2001. p1159 Tying up triplexes. Chin, Gilbert, ed. From Journal of the American Chemical Society. P1161 Watching genes build a body p1181 What's next for the genome centers? P1204-1206 Worth its weight in gold. Bendayan, Moise. P1363-1365 Science (teacher edition K). Silver Burdett Tasting pg 28 Eating right pg 34 Different kinds of animals pg 48 Science & technology, on line resources , Examples of sites that provide access to scientific abstracts, articles, proceedings, and Preprints. Science articles and lessons for the elementary. Roach, Catherine. [apples] (picture) p100 of Ready-to-go... Art/Vibrant vegetables. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000, p50 [Children and apples] (picture) p99 of Ready-to-go... Create a landscape in clay Discoveries: Time might move backward in dark matter. From CS, April 21, 2000, p14 Doctor helps conquer worm disease. Westrup, Hugh. From People weekly, 1995 Eight sensational resources. Kepler, Lynne. From Instructor, March 1996 p55 Brock magiscope Connect science

The kids' nature almanac: Great discoveries and activities for parents and children The multimedia bird book [and] The multimedia bug book Science and children Science arts The science book for girls and other intelligent beings Squidy and hook From the inside out kids: create self-portraits. De Poinsot, Nan Tamplin. From Arts & Activities, June-summer 1999 p3839 Geology & clay: where does clay come from? The girls have it: Today, girls can become anything they want ­ engineers, computer programmers, astronauts; but do They know this? Wood, Julie M. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000, p31-35 A "boys only" clubhouse? Challenge gender stereotypes Demand gender-fair materials Materials and events Mentor girls early Offer multiple ways to respond Resources for helping girls succeed Web sites Health/art: Vegetable power. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000 How to make hands-on science work for you. Kepler, Lynne. From Instructor, March 1996, p46-48, 52-53 I can't get my hands on the materials I need Asking for support Start with grass roots I don't feel comfortable teaching science Be a collaborator Connect reading and writing Integrate science Make it memorable Strive for sense-surround science Prove to yourself: Hands-on science works Breaking the tension Dissolving powders What's keeping you from doing science? :Practical ways to leap over the two most common science-teaching hurdles Hygrometer (picture) p7 of You be the scientists: how... It's a frog's life. From Scholastic instructor, april 2000, p34-35. Language arts: Garden jargon. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000 p50 Life-cycle snack: Frog-egg pudding Math: Birthday graphs. Arnold, Felicia. From Instructor, March 1996 p22 Michael B. Leyden on teaching science: Air pressure "eggs-periments". From Teaching K-8, March 1994, p28-30 How heat affects the egg in the bottle experiment (chart) Oil slick: An experiment that uses an environmental-protection method. Van Cleave, Janice. Our earth, our responsibility: Five ways to uncover science in popular social studies topics. Lindquist, Tarry. From Instructor, March 1996, p44-45 The issue: Deforestation The issue: Energy conservation The issue: Ozone depletion The issue: Solid waste/landfills The issue: Species extinction People sometimes cry when... (illustration) p9 of Why... Ready-to-go science: Apples to apples. From Frank Schaffer's Schooldays, Sept/Oct 1994, p99-100 Relative humidity table (chart). From "Humidity and hygrometers" in Kartchner Caverns State Park Natural History Curriculum. P7 of You be the scientists: how... Research/art: Froggy facts Resources Science/classification: Four fabulous frogs Science: Model of the night sky. Russo, Rose. From Instructor, March 1996, p22-23 Science/observation: Life cycle of the frog Science/physical education tossed-salad game. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000, p50-51 Science/vocabulary: Incredible edible plants. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000, p50 Science: Web and suction power Sinkholes: Students observe what happens when ice-cold water mingles with warm water. VanCleave, Janice. Social studies/language arts: Horticulture history. From Scholastic instructor, March 2000 Software brag: All about birds. Macari, Naomi. From Instructor, March 1996 p22 Student wins prize for disease test. From CS, April 21, 2000, p14 Tear producing glands (diagram) p9 of Why... Veggie power. Flagg, Ann. From Scholastic instructor,March 2000, p49 Vocabulary: veggie-go-round. From Scholastic instructor,March 2000, p49 Why we cry: Read this and weep! Scientists reveal what crybabies we all really are. Gray, Daryl. From CS, 2/11/2000 p8-

9 big boys cry p9 Crying chemicals p8 A good cry p8 Who weeps? P8-9 You be the scientist: Be a juggler You be the scientist: How to measure humidity. From CS, p7 Science: back to school, . (catalog) Teacher's Video Company. Science courseware (CD-ROM).Includes Biology series, chemistry series, life science series, physical science series, dissection series. Cyber Ed, Inc Science experiences for the early childhood years: An integrated affective approach (8th ed.). Harlan, Jean D., and Rivkin, Mary S. Pearson, 2004. Science explorer Probeware lab manual for computers and calculators. Prentice Hall, 2002. Includes Probeware CD-Rom. Angling for access p1-4, 35-37, 67-69 Heart beat, health beat p5-7, 38-41, 70-72 Heating earth's surface p8-11, 42-45, 73-75 Just add water p12-15, 46-48, 76-78 Keeping comfortable p16-19, 49-51, 79-81 Laboratory safety p93-96 Materials list pxv-xvi Melting ice p20-22, 52-54, 82-83 PASCO hardware and software information pvi-viii PASCO labs p1-34 Shedding light on chemical bonds p23-25, 55-57, 84-86 Sticky sneakers p26-29, 58-61, 87-89 Sunny rays and angles p30-34, 62-66, 90-92 Teacher notes and answers p97-101 Texas Instruments hardware and software information pix-xii Texas Instruments labs p35-66 Vernier hardware and software information pxiii-xiv Vernier labs p67-92 Science fair fun: Designing environment science projects. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Creating the perfect compost p8 Fair play: Steps to conducting a science fair project p2-5 Garbage away p7 Getting started p1 Glossary p10 How does your garden grow? P9 Maid in the shade p9 Resources p11 Sample projects: The science of the 3 rs p6-9 Secrets of gardening success p8 Soap box opera p6 Test your strength! P7 A trashy survey p7 Science grade1 (Teacher ed.), Silver Burdett Learning about our world Many kinds of plants resources for the science classsroom Science Grade 2 workbook (Teachers ed.). Silver Burdett & Ginn , 1989. Science Interactions, Teacher's Wraparound Edition, Course 4. Glencoe, 1999 Biochemistry p. 206 Biotic and Abiotic Factors p. 114 Changes in Ecosystems p. 170 Chemistry of Food p. 292 Cycling of Matter and Energy p. 142 Detecting Disease p. 662 Earth's Crust in Motion p. 448 Effects of Storms p. 80 Electrical Energy p. 566 Forces and Machines p. 508

Formation of Resources p. 356 Petroleum Chemistry p. 384 Photosynthesis p. 236 Physics of Flight p. 700 Physics of Space Flight p. 764 Preventing and Treating Disease p. 630 Recycling p. 412 Resources p. 328 Severe Weather p. 50 Soil Formation p. 262 Structures and Materials p. 478 Structures of Flight p. 732 Transfer of Thermal Energy p. 540 Types of Disease p. 598 Weather Prediction p. 22 Science Journal, grade 4. Hillel Academy. Airport location (maps) Chemicals, water, and plants (lab sheet) [2] Drag (lab sheet) [2] Evaluation: How is water purified? Evaluation: How much of the earth has usable water? Evaluation: What effect do chemicals have on ground water? Evaluation: What is the water cycle? Forces of flight: Evaluation (worksheet) Gravity (lab sheet) Ground water (lab sheet) Lift (lab sheet) [2] Parts of a plane: Evaluation The recycling water tower (lab sheet) Soil percolating (lab sheet) Soil percolating observations (form) Theme evaluation Thrust (lab sheet) Using a decision tree (diagram) Water cycle (lab sheet) Water cycle observations (form) Science K-8: An integrated approach (Tenth ed.).Victor, E. & Kellough, R.D. Pearson. 2004. Science, help your students get the big ideas. Instructional posters included. McDougal Littell. Science in American life; An exhibition at the national museum of American history. Smithsonian institution. Science: Lab generator demo (CD). McDougal, Littell. Science News: The Weekly News Magazine of Science.(165) 20 May 15,2004, Asphalt deposits cover parts of Gulf o Mexico. Perkins, Sid p307 Glimpses of genius. Klarreich, Erica p314-315 Homocysteine may weaken bones. Seppa, Nathan p307 Punctured fluid stays riddled. Weiss, Peter p308 The rise of antibubbles. Weiss, Peter p311-313 Science news. (165)24 June 2004 p.369-384 Overfertilized?. Science news (165)25 June 2004 p. 385-400 broken sleep Science news (165)26 June 2004 p. 401-416 going my way Science news (166)01 July 2004 p. 1-16 no pain Science news (166)02 July 2004 p. 17-32 venusian spectacle Science news (166)03 July 2004 p. 33-48 silicon jewels Science news (167)04 July 2004 p. 49-64 rewell hubble? Science on the Internet: a resource for k-12 teachers (2nd ed. Ebenezer, Jazlin V. & Lau, Eddy. Merrill Prentice Hall 2003 Addressing the science content standards p44 Asking experts p30

Assessment p119 Chapter summary p15, 41, 110 Chatting, conferencing, and e-mail journal writing p28-29 Collaborating with scientists p30-32 Collecting real time data p17-20 Concept mapping p121 Conducting Internet labs p26 Creating electronic portfolios p33 Downloading information from the Internet onto local hard drives p6 Earth and space science p44-68 Elementary science p84-87 General science p79-83 Girls and science p123-124 How do science teacher use the Internet? P17-25 How to connect to a web site with a URL address p4 Informal learning p126 Information servers p3 Integrating science and other curricular areas p108-109 The Internet p2-3 The Internet as an on-line library for classroom lessons p34-35 The Internet for interactive learning p16-42 The Internet for researchp21-23 Journal writing in the classroom p123 K-12 science p92 Learning science with the Internet P16-52 A lesson example: Introduction to the Anishnabae clan system through the study of Canadian animals and their habitats p36-40 Life science p69-78 Links to science activities P43-110 Multicultural science education p125 Narrowing searches for net-worthy sites p10-13 Participating in joint projects p28 Peer talk: Potential uses of the Internet p25 Professional organizations p127-131 Science curricular frameworks p111-131 Science, technology, and society p126 Science, technology, and society connections p102-107 Scientific inquiry and the nature of science p115-117 Secondary science p88-91 Sharing classroom activities p33 Sites for Internet guides and tutorials p6 Steps to search a web site of your choice p4 Student research p24 Summary of some of the effective methods of conducting a search p14 Surfing the Internet p4-6 Surfing the Netscape browser P1-15 Taking a virtual science trip p27 Teaching for conceptual change p118 Testing ideas using science activities p26 URL address for search engine p5 What is an Internet address? P3 Zones on the Internet p6 Science: parent connection, 6th grade. Chicago Public Schools, 2001 Birds I p55-60 Birds II p61-63 Classification p49-51 Continuity of life p7-9 Earth's changing surface p34-40 The earth's past p13-22 Environment p52-54 Force and motion p23-33, 77-78 Heredity p10-12 Matter p70-76 Plants I p64-67 Plants II p68-69 Science fair projects p2-6 The solar family I p41-45 The solar family II p46-48

Science process assessment for middle school students, Smith & Welliver educational services Science puzzlers! 150 ready-to-use activities to make learning fun, grades 4-8. Hoehn, Robert G.1995. Astronomy P146-150 Atomic structure P76-80 The cell P1-5 Chemistry P81-85 Earth features P116-120 Earth Science p101-150 Ecology P46-50 Electricity/Magnetism P66-70 Energy P51-55 Evolution P11-15 Force and motion P91-95 Fossils P121-125 Genetics P6-10 Health and human diseases P41-45 Heat P86-90 Human body systems P36-40 Human skeleton P31-35 Invertebrates P21-25 Life science p1-50 Light P61-65 Matter P71-75 Meteorology P126-130 Minerals P101-105 Nonrenewable energy sources P136-140 Oceanography P131-135 Physical science p51-100 Plants P16-20 A potpourri of physical science puzzles P96-100 Renewable energy sources P141-145 Rocks P106-110 Sound P56-60 Vertebrates P26-30 Weathering and Erosion P111-115 Science scope: the great outdoors. Oct. 2003, vol 27, The science teacher: A scholarly journal for high school teachers, 69(6), Nov 2002. National Science Teachers Association. Stepping into the classroom; helping teachers survive their first years on the job. The science teacher: A scholarly journal for high school teachers, 70 (8), March 2003. National Science Teachers Association. Science for all: helping every student succeed. The science teacher: A scholarly journal for high school teachers, 70 (8), Nov 2003. National Science Teachers Association. Cultured inquiry: Students learn about the scientific process and gain critical thinking skills through disc diffusion assays. Scheppler, Judith A., Sethakorn, Nan, & Styer, Susan. P56-61 Deep space inquiry: Students become research scientists in search of novas in the Andromeda galaxy. Rapp, Steve. P4650 Evolution and intelligent design: Understanding the issues surrounding evolution and intelligent design and dealing with the controversy. Staver, John R. p32-35 Life in the universe: A summary of recent developments in the field of astrobiology. Lowman, Paul D., Jr. p40-45 Moon misconceptions: Bringing pedagogical research of lunar phases into the classroom. Hermann, Ronald & Lewis, Bradford F. p51-55 The nature of science and perceptual frameworks: Emphasizing a more balanced approach to science instruction. Michaels, Erica & Bell, Randy L. p36-39 Pangea redux: Students learn about plate tectonics using Wilson Cycle models. Renton, Jack, Repine, Tom and Hemler, Deb. P62-66 Rice: An herbicide. P12 The risk of intelligent design. Scharmann, Lawrence C. P12 A teaching guide to evolution: Discovering evolution through molecular evidence. Gregg, Thomas G., Janssen, Gary R., and Bhattacharjee, J. K. p24-31 Turn on the evolution light bulb. Gerking, Janet L. P8 Science toolkit. McDougall Littell, n.d. Secondary science p88-91 IN Science on the Internet: a resource for k-12 teachers (2nd ed. Ebenezer, Jazlin V. & Lau, Eddy. Merrill Prentice Hall 2003

Small ­scale laboratory experiments. Grim, Nancy C. June 1996. Structured curriculum parent connection SEE Science: Parent connection, 6th grade Teacher resource book: Unit B, Energy and motion, grade 2. Houghton Mifflin Science discoveryworks. 2000 Activity support pB35-B47 Alternate activities pB29-B34 Answers pB26 Assessment guide pB49-B66 Cause/effect pB42 Chart/survey pB40 Closing letter pB13 Experimenting with high and low sounds pB23 Exploring lenses pB19 Exploring motion and heat pB24 Exploring pushes pB20 Exploring ways to save heat pB26 Four-column chart pB47 Home-school connection pB1-B13 Knock-knock, who's there? PB9 K-W-L chart pB44 Main idea and details pB43 Measuring motion pB20 Measuring movement pB7 Name that sound pB10 Observing light as it strikes objects pB18 Observing motion and sound pB22 Observing the path of light pB17 Opening letter pB3 Prediction/result pB39 Reflect on this pB4 Save it now? PB12 Science notebook pB15-B28 Special lenses help us pB6 Take a new direction pB8 Three-column chgart pB46 Through a window darkly pB5 2-cm grid pB37 Two-column chart pB45 Venn diagram pB41 Where's the heat? Pb12 Word web pB38 Teacher resource center: Fermilab Lederman Science Center Teaching children science: discovery activities and demonstrations. Abruscato, Joseph. Allyn and Bacon, 1996 Part 1; unit, lesson and enrichment starter ideas Spaceship earth: what is it made of? Earth atmosphere and weather The cosmos: are we alone? The solar system Exploring space: the first steps, the next steps. Activities Part 2: living things: Living or nonliving? That's the question Classifying living things The plant kingdom: a closer look The animal kingdom: a closer look Bioterrorism: what today's teachers must know The human body: the body's, skeletal-muscular, respiratory, excretory, circulatory, reproductive system. Part 3: matter and motion: Matter, motion. How energy is transferred Electrical, sound, light, heat energy. Machines Discovery activities and demonstration

Teaching pedagogy. Sambou, Kimberly Testing Pens: student databook (student activities-science). 1993. Prentice Hall. Testing pens: teaching guide for student activities. 1993. Prentice Hall. Teaching science with toys. Sarquis, Jerry. Miami University Middletown. Tools that teach. (CD-ROM). Conceptual physics alive Crocodile chemistry. Toshiba NSTA ExploraVision awards. National Science Teachers' Association. Coach Entry categories Entry components Entry requirements For the coaches and mentors For the schools For the students Mentor National judging Prizes Regional judging Team advisors 2004 Toshiba/NSTA Exploravision awards entry form Visual glossary. McDougal Littell Science, n.d. Water thematic unit (folder). Edwards, Barbara, 1995 Weekly reader, 4(9) Vol 48, Nov. 2002 Weight chart, successful candidate example(form) National Board for professional teaching standards; What is AAAS? (folder). American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Conducting a scientific investigation p156-157 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002. Interpreting data p63 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002. Laboratory safety p165-167 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002. Math & the cosmos (CD-ROM). A bigger world series. Wildridge software, 2001 Organizing information p160-161 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002. Predicting p22 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002. Studying Science p. 2. IN Science Insights: Exploring Earth and Space: Teacher's Edition. Addison Wesley Think like a scientist p152-153 IN Weather & climate (Teacher's ed). Prentice Hall Science explorer series. Prentice Hall, 2002.

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Fundamental concepts and principles for science as a human endeavor, grades 5-8 IN The Wright way: The process of invention (Poster). Centennial of flight series. NASA.

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Terrariaum habitats teacher's guide, grades K-6: Skills: observing, comparing, describing, measuring, communicating, organizing, experimenting, recording, drawing conclusions, building models; Concepts: soil and ground habitats, ecology, life cycle, food webs, nutrient cycle, decomposition, recycling, adaptations, animal structures and behavior; Science themes: systems and interactions, patterns of change, structure, energy, matter, evolution; Mathematics strands: pattern, number, measurement; Nature of science and mathematics: cooperative efforts, creativity and constraints, interdisciplinary, real-life applications. Hosoume, Kimi and Barber, Jacqueline. Great explorations in math and science series. Univ. of California at Berkeley, 1994. Adding earthworms to the terrarium p23-32 Adding isopods to the terrarium p33-42 Adding more to the terrarium p43-48 Assessment suggestions p77-78 Behind the scenes p59-66 Building a terrarium habitat p15-22 Exploring soil p5-14 Literature connections p79-84 Resources p51-58 Summary outlines p67-76 Time frame p3-5 Two banana slug string band songs p49-50

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The anatomy of some scientific ideas. P121-154. IN The aims of education and other essays. Whitehead, Alfred North. Free Press, 1929. Best practice in science p107-131. IN Best practice: New standards for teaching and learning in America's schools (2nd ed.) Zemelman, Steven, Daniels, Harvey & Hyde Arthur. Heinemann, 1998. BINGO (worksheet). Contains questions from 6th grade science test. BSCS Middle school science & technology: an inside look. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. Cloning and the media: A snapshot of scientific literacy. Titterington, Lynda & Drummer, Suzanne. P51-53 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Deerfield school district #109 units of study in science, first draft (table) p10-15 IN Curriculum mapping. Reichel, Anne Grall. Regional Office of Education, Lake County Educational Service Division, 2000. Hike across the curriculum: One picture book links math, science, art, map skills and more. Hurst, Carol Otis. From Teaching K-8, 9/2000, p92-5 Houghton Mifflin Science discoveryworks reading support book: Vocabulary strategies [grade 2]. Houghton Mifflin, 2000. Using a word web pA3, B3-4, D2, E3-4 Using classifying pA7, B7, C5, D3, E5 Using context clues pA4-6, B5-6, C4, E5 Using picture clues PA1-2, B1-2, C1-3, D1, E1-2 Illinois mathematics & science networks (brochure). Illinois State Board of Education Improving literacy through innovative professional development for teachers. Hindelang, Mary. P36-38 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Integrating mathematics, science, and technology: A skill-building approach. Mason, Diana, Mittag, Kathleen Cage & Taylor, Sharon E. Allyn & Bacon 2003 Additional problems p26-27 Atmospheric heating p59-71 Background p1 Calibration p56 Definitions p11 Determining acceleration p46-48 Determining average speed p44 Determining constant speed p44-45 Dimensional analysis p19

Directed p32 Directed and discovery p32 Directed and predictive p33 Effect of color on albedo p63-64 Effect of sediment suspended in water on light intensity p107 Effect of water on light intensity p105-106 Electricity p83-87, 91-94 Electricity, magnetism, and electromagnetism p82-100 Electromagnetism p90, 96 Exponents p22-23 Features of the book p4-6 Foundations p11-15, 19-23, 28-30, 38-42, 53-54, 59-60, 72-75, 82-90, 101-103, 113-118 Fundamental and derived measurements p28 Fundamental and derived units of measurement p28-37 Gas laws p72-81, 73 Heat and temperature p53-58 Heating curve p56 History of the atom p113 Integration of mathematics and science p2 Intensive and extensive physical properties p31 Introduction to periodicity p116 Introduction to subatomic particles p114-115 Investigation p16, 24, 31-32, 44-48, 55-56, 61-66, 76-78, 91-96, 104-106 Kinetic theory p72 Light p101-112 Magnetism p88-89, 95 Mathematics and science connections p91 Mathematics and technology foundation p54 Mathematics content standards by chapter p7-8 Mathematics foundation p61, 103, 118 Mathematics, statistics, and the graphing calculator p11-18 One-variable data p12 Open ended p31 Pedagogy p3 Percentage error p29 Practice problems p25 Precision error p30 Problem solving and dimensional analysis p19-27 Professional development p3 Purpose p11, 19, 28, 38, 53,. 59, 72, 82, 101, 113 Reciprocal p75 Reflections and extensions p17-18, 33-37, 49-52, 57-58, 67-71, 79-81, 97-100, 107-112 Relationship between the distance from a light source and intensity p104 Relationship of the sun's angle and light intensity p62 Relationship of the surface area of solar radiation (light) and the sun's angle p61 Research p2-4 Science content standards by chapter p9-10 Science foundation p53, 59-60, 82, 101-102 Scientific notation p21 Significant digits p20 Speed, velocity, and acceleration p38-52 Spotlight on the APP: periodic p116 Subatomic particles and periodic functions p113-126 Technology p2 Two-variable data p13-15 Verification p32 Volume p74 Water or land ­ which heats faster? P65-66 The Intel innovator: a source of free tools and resources for educators, Spring 2003, vol. 4 Intel science talent search: America's brightest young scientists recognized p4 Science fair teacher, Sheila Porter: Two-time young scientist teacher award recipient p5 It's about relevancy. Damian, Carol. P25 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Literature circles in intermediate science. Chappel, Jacqueline McWilliams p125-131. IN IN Best practice: New standards for teaching and learning in America's schools (2nd ed.) Zemelman, Steven, Daniels, Harvey & Hyde Arthur. Heinemann, 1998.

Math and science for young children (4th ed.) Charlesworth, Rosalind & Lind, Karen K. Delmar Learning, 2003. Applications of fundamental concepts in preprimary science p266-274 Applying fundamental concepts, attitudes, and skills p214-287 Assessing the child's developmental level p49-61 The basics of science p62-75 Children's books, software, and web sites with math and science concepts p604-624 Code of practice on use of animals in schools p625-626 Comparing p146-154 Concept development in mathematics and science p2-102 Developmental assessment tasks p576-603 Early geometry: Shape p155-167 Early geometry: Spatial sense p168-178 Earth and space science p485-498 Environmental awareness p499-507 Fractions p377-389 Fundamental concepts and skills p104-213 Fundamental concepts in science p198-213 Geometry, data collection, and algebraic thinking p405-422 Groups and symbols p301-314 Health and nutrition p508-523 Higher-level activities and concepts p314-328 Higher-level activities used in science units and activities p329-339 How concepts are acquired p22-31 How concepts develop p2-21 How young scientists use concepts p76-89 Integrating the curriculum through dramatic play and thematic units and projects p275-287 Interpreting data using graphs p256-265 Language and concept formation p188-197 Life science p455-471 Logic and classifying p132-145 Materials and resources for math and science p524-538 The math and science environment p524-575 Math and science in action p539-561 Math and science in the home p562-575 Mathematics concepts and operations for the primary grades p340-439 Measurement: Time p242 Measurement: Volume, weight, length, and temperature p230-241 Measurement with standard units p423-439 Number sense and counting p116-131 Numbers above 10 and place value p390-404 One-to-one correspondence p104-115 Operations with whole numbers p340-363 Ordering, seriation, and patterning p214-229 Overview of primary science p440-454 Parts and wholes p179-187 Patterns p364-376 Physical science p472-484 Planning for science p90-103 Promoting young children's concept development through problem solving p32-48 Symbols p288-300 Symbols and higher-level activities p288-339 Using skills, concepts, and attitudes for scientific investigations in the primary grades p440-523 Math & science illiteracy in the news. Hamilton, Carolyn. P50 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Mathematics and science literacy for all Americans. Sutman, Frank X. p20-22 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Media literacy: Yes, it fits in math and science classrooms. Baker, Frank. P48-49 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Medicine, science, and technology P155. IN Educator's sourcebook of African American heritages Miles, Johnnie H. et al New College credential students engage in interactive science exploration (photograph). P17 IN Multicultural education: The magazine of the National Association for Multicultural Education 2 (3), Spring 1995 A Nobel laureate talks to ENC. P23 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Ohio Resource Center for Mathematics, Science, and Reading. Kasten, Peggy. P12-13 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001

Practical considerations for assessing inquiry-based instruction: Some guidelines for improving student assessment. Straits, William J. & Wilke, R. Russell. Journal of college science teaching 31 (7): 432-435) Project-based inquiry in science p21 IN Middle school journal, 33 (3), Jan 2002. National Middle School Association. The proving ground for history. O'Connell, David. P26-28 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Putting textbooks to the test. Roseman, Jo Ellen, Kulm, Gerald & Shuttleworth, Susan. P56-59 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001 Professional Development workshop I, May 2002. Institutional teams: Centre College, KY. Chicago State University, IL. Indiana University East, IN. Murray State University, KY. Penn Valley Community College, MO. Quantum Research on teaching scientific thinking: implications for computer-based instruction P150-172. IN Toward the thinking curriculum: current cognitive research. 1989 ASCD yearbook. Restructuring the science classroom P69-72. IN Technological Horizons in education Journal (T. H. E.): Interdisciplinary Strategies: Vol. 19, No. 9, April 1992. Science: A common core of standards p145-172. IN Content area standards for educators (2nd ed). Illinois State Board of Education, Division of Professional Preparation and Recruitment, 2002. Science & health (catalog). Holt, Rinehart and Winston Science education P269-290. IN Curriculum and instructional methods for the elementary and middle school, fifth ed. Lemlech, Johanna K. Pearson Education, Inc. 2002. Science fairs as an educational tool: Benefits extend beyond prizes and recognition p5. IN The Intel innovator: a source of free tools and resources for educators, Spring 2003, vol. 4 Science Life, health, earth, physical: Teachers edition, Modern curriculum press Science reasoning test. IN The ACT assessment sample test booklet and answer document. American College Testing Program, 1996. Self-discovery in the science shop P74-87. IN The workshop approach to classroom interest centers: A teacher's handbook of learning games and activities. Ingram, Barbara Kilroy; Jones, Nancy Riggs; LeButt, Marlene. Parker Publishing Co., 1975. Teaching science for understanding p129-149. IN Toward the thinking curriculum: current cognitive research. 1989 ASCD yearbook. Technical education and its relation to science and literature. P43-60. IN The aims of education and other essays. Whitehead, Alfred North. Free Press, 1929. Technological Horizons in education Journal (T. H. E.): Interdisciplinary Strategies: Vol. 19, No. 9, April 1992. Restructuring the science classroom P69-72 The web-based inquiry science environment: A critique of the WISE site (PowerPoint). Grim, Nancy C. U.S. Dept. of Energy/FERMCO: teacher resource module (draft) Miami University.

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BEST steps program summary (CD-ROM). BEST steps program, Norfolk State University, 2001 Mentor program Science curriculum Summer of seasons Blood, chemicals & other dangers (videotape). Safe at school series. Teacher's Video Co. Classification (videotape). Video quiz series. Teacher's Video Co Curriculum integrating science, technology, and engaged learning (CD-ROM). AT&T Educators' Network Resource In Chicago,

2001. Acid rain Activity structures AIDS awareness: The impact of AIDS on the world's teenage population Amphibians lead a double life Animal dissection: Where do you stand? Be a metric geek Beauteous biosphere Beetle mania in Chicago Biochemicals: What are they and how are they organized? Biodiversity in the Chicago wilderness Biodiversity: Life's sweet assortment Biological controversies Biome exchange touring company Biomes Biomes we call home Bug stop safari But not in my backyard! Characteristics of life Chicago academic standards Cool Chicago Courtship behavior: Animals versus humans Daily body temperature changes The debates continue: Wild, but not welcome: wolves in the wilderness, fueling the flames, prescribed burns The diversity and reproduction of cells DNA and identification Do plant cells undergo both photosynthesis and respiration? Earth Day contest and scavenger hunt Eco-Gazette The effects of weather patterns on the food web Endangered species magazine Engaged learning ENRICH curriculum framework Evolution is not confusion Evolution of behavior Evolve it! Exploring science careers: historical versus contemporary biologist Forensic crime lab The Galapagos Islands: Darwin's inspiration Genetic dilemmas: What would you do? Genetic diseases: What are they? Genetics: What runs in the family? The great element hunt A growing human population The heat is on, or is it? Heating the earth: The greenhouse effect How safe is your drinking water? Human evolution: You try it Human genetic disorders Human body news magazine I'm eating what? Intervention possibilities of endangered species Introduction to microorganisms Introduction to the Internet Invertebrate database project Just how many kingdoms are there? Lincoln Park Zoo's unique animals & plants can be exciting! A little mussel packs a big punch Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Fact or fiction? Meiosis is not mitosis Monkey to man? Primate evolution due to divergent evolution More about cells than meets the eye My mini pond or yours? My new world: Reconstruction of earth Nutrition stateside/worldwide Observation of the natural habitat Organ transplant scavenger hunt Population, geography, and world hunger Putting the HUMAN in human genetic diseases Safety lab

Steroids and the internet Student phenotype survey Teenage Ninja mutant bacteria That DIRTY little plant To be or not two be me? Translation of messenger RNA codons Understanding the human genome project Understanding the impact of human disease Using the Internet to teach environmental awareness Vanishing Virtual fly lab Viruses A visit to GATTACA Wafting over the world Water pollution Web karyotyping simulation What's for dinner? Where do you stash your trash? Edu-science, vol. 2.1 (CD-ROM). 1999 EnVision explore engage hemoglobin: An interactive science experience disk 2 beta (CD-ROM). 2001. Getting started with Vernier: Interactive training Video 1.1.2002 (CD-ROM). Vernier High school science IN Wizard test maker promotional package (CD-ROM). Eduware, 2002. Includes The edugame demo [and] The edugallery demo. McDougal Littell Science customization (CD-ROM) Middle school science IN Wizard test maker promotional package (CD-ROM). Eduware, 2002. Includes The edugame demo [and] The edugallery demo. National Engineers Week future city competition (CD-ROM). The national science education standards "quilt" (CD-ROM). Solar system exploration e/po forum, NASA/OSS, March 1, 2001. Neo/Slide collection: Interactive microscope slides (Demo version). NeoSCI, 2001. Bacterial flagella Crossed threads Dicot lef Dot "i" Gram staining Hydra Jumbo protist ­ Bursaria Lyme tick Root hairs Sac fungus Shotgun fungus Volvox Pinball science (CD-ROM). Macaulay, David. The way things works series. Interactive Learning, 1998. Includes booklet: Ideas and activities for parents and teachers. Prentice hall Resource pro: Prentice Hall Science explorer (CD-Rom). Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall Science explorer materials list CDROM 2001 Order assistant plus (CD-Rom). Science Kit & Boreal Laboratories. Real science 2001 (2 CD-ROMs). Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. Clouds 1:3 Dolphins 1:4 The food chian 1:6 Friction 1:9 Ice cream: Oberweis tour 2:1 Making homemade ice cream 2:2 Microbiology 1:8 Natural disasters 1:2 Rocks rock! 1:1 Rocks rock! Who am I? 2:6

Stream monitoring 2:5 Three states of matter 1:10 Thunder and lightning 1:7 Volcano lab 2:4 Volcanology 1:5 What is science? 2:3 Real science 2002 (CD-ROM). Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy BP interview 10 Fingerprinting lab 6 Homer Hickam interview 8 The making of real science, special feature Maquinas simples 5 Marine biology 1 Mitosis 3 Paper chromatography lab 7 Paul Sereno interview 9 Simple machines 4 The water cycle 2 Science explorer Technology preview (CD-Rom). Prentice Hall, 2002 Science lesson, by Karama Pierce (Video). Scientific American frontiers sampler (videotape) Search for solutions: Understanding science, preview, a new video series for middle & high school science students (CD-Rom). Flying Colors Media.

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Aspiring teachers duck science, special education: Jobs plentiful, students aren't. Forte, Lorraine. P8 IN Catalyst: Voices of Chicago school reform, 14 (2), Oct 2002. Assessment in math and science: What's the point? (videotapes, workshop guide), by Carol Jackson, Alain Jehlen, Lisa Friedman & Tom Van Horn (review). P62 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, (2), 2001. Assessment strategies to inform science and mathematics instruction (review). Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. P62-3 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, (2), 2001. Benchmarks for science literacy (review). Project 2061, American Association for the Advancement of Science. P54 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001 Best of science exemplars, K-8 (CD-ROM) (Review). P72. IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 9(4), 2002 Beyond the science kit, by Wendy Saul & Jeanne Reardon (review). P 65 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001 Bibliography of assessment alternatives: Science (review). Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. P63 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, (2), 2001. The challenge and promise of K-8 science education reform (review). P80 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001. Computers, teachers, peers: Science learning partners (book & videotape), by Marcia C. Linn & Sherry His (review). P68 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001. Creating scientific communities in the elementary classroom, by Maureen Reddy, Patty Jacobs, Caryn McCrohon, & Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl (review). P57 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001 Designing project-based science: Connecting learners through guided inquiry, by Joseph L. Polman (review). P65 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 8 (2), 2001 ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, 9(4), 2002

Assessing student understanding in science (review). Yager, Robert E. and Enger, Sandra K. p72 Best of science exemplars, K-8 (CD-ROM) (Review). P72 Community connections for science education, vol. 2 (Review). Katz, Phyllis. P53. Developing inquiry-based science materials (review). Daviss, Bennett and Their, Herbert D. p61 Foundations, vol. 2: Inquiry (review). P73 The inclusive classroom: Teaching mathematics and science to English-language learners (review). Jarrett, Denise. P5859 Looking at learning. . .again, Part I (videotapes) (Review). P62 Michael Beason (videotape) (Review). Morris, Bob, Beason, Michael, Sheppard, Sandra and Dailey, Stephanie. P62-63 NSTA pathways to the science standards (review). Hall, Almeta, Talbot-Wiley, Bonita, Glass, Carol, Blair, Catherine, Barman, Charles R., Wilson, Deborah, Wheeler, Gerry, Biehle, James, Foster, Jerry, McShane, Joan Braunagel, de Mariz, JoAnne, Texley, Juliana, Bishop, Karen, Ostlund, Karen L., Motz, LaMoine L., Schafer, Larry E., Lowery, Lawrence F., DiSpezio, Michael, Padilla, Michael J., Lang, Mozell, Nealy, Norma, Bowers, Pat, Johnson, Roger, West, Sandra, Dunston, Sheila, Marshall, Sheila, Lieblich, Suzanne, Moore, Suzanne, Kerr, Tricia, Showalter, Victor. P63 Parent partners (review). Barber, Jacqueline, Bergman, Lincoln, Brakos, Lynn and Lima, Patricia. P63 Professional development (review). Rhoton, Jack and Bowers, Patricia. P63-64 Schoolyard science (review). Perdue, Peggy K., Vaszily, Diane A., and DiSorbo, Karen Waiksnis. P55 Science continuum of concepts for grades K-6 (review). P64 Science for every learner (review). Carroll, Kathleen. P74 Science in the city (review). Wade, Emily V. and Oates, Maureen. P55 Science teaching, science learning (review). Harcombe, Elnora S. p64 Sense making in science (review). Rosebery, Ann S., Warren, Beth, Whitbeck, Christopher, Ballenger, Cynthia, Smith, David A., Ogonowski, Mark and Bodwell, Mary Buchinger. P64 Taking inquiry outdoors (review). Bourne, Barbara, Picarello, Brenda, Galinski, Deborah, Saul, E. Wendy, Pearce, Karen, Shrake, Karen, Russo, Lorraine, Johnson, Mary Beth, Rest, Michael and Robinson-Boonstra, Sharon. P65 Targeting students' science misconceptions (review). Stepans, Joseph, and Ryan, Mike. P74 Teaching science for all children (review). Sexton, Colleen, Gerlovich, Jack A., and Martin, Ralph. P65 Tips for the science teacher (review). Hartman, Hope J., and Glasgow, Neal A. p65 The truth about science (review). Steel, Ashley, and Kelsey, Kathryn. P75 Windows on the classroom (videotapes) (Review). Reinhardt, Karen and Gittelsohn, Paul. P66 Enhanced science helper (CD-ROM), by Sebastian L. Foti (review). P75 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, (2), 2001. Enhancing science curriculum with the net, grades 7-12: Internet lesson plans and student handouts, by Sarah A. DiRuscio (review). P68-9 IN ENC focus: A magazine for classroom innovators, (2), 2001. The eugenics movement and the roots of scientific racism p141-142 IN Multicultural education: Strategies for implementation in colleges and universities, Vol. 4. Adams, J. Q. & Welsch, Janice R., eds. Expanding cultural diversity in the curriculum and in the classroom project. Western Illinois University, 1995 Hands-on homework for introductory science: Supplementing lecture-oriented teaching. Singh, Chandralekha. P126-131 IN Journal of college science teaching, 32 (2), Oct. 2002 The influence of research-based high school science programs on undergraduate students: Do high school programs prepare students for undergraduate assignments? 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The following materials are available in BIBLIOGRAPHY FILE, 3rd drawer, left cabinet, Teachers' Writing & Resource Center, ED 111

AND ON TABLE: Multiple experiments p27 IN Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed. 2001

The following materials are available in OTHER TESTS FILE, 4th drawer, middle cabinet, Teachers' Writing & Resource Center

Illinois Standards Achievement Test: Sample test items, Illinois Learning Standards for science, grades 4 and 7. Illinois State Board of Education, 2003 AND ON THE SHELF ABOVE

Biology and general science p69-74 IN Preparation for the Praxis II Exam. Levy, Joan U and Levy, Norman. Thomson Arco, 2003 Math and science p47-72 IN Cracking the NYSTCE: New York State Teacher Certification Examinations. Princeton Review. Random, 2003

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Mathematics and science literacy for all Americans. Sutman, Frank X. p20-22 IN ENC focus: a magazine for classroom innovators. 8 (3), 2001

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