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September/October 1999 JCST 13
Saint Anthony and
the Chicken Poop
An Essay on the Power of Storytelling
in the T eaching of Science
Clyde Freeman Herreid
he Garden of Eden must have
been in northern...
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8 JOURNAL of
COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING
Lester G. Paldy, JCST editor, Distinguished
Service Professor, Science Outreach Pro-
gram, State University of New York, Stony
Brook, NY 11794-3733;...
Saved in 3 libraries
44 Journal of College Science Teaching
The Game Changer: Keeping Your Head
in Contact Sports
By Patrick R. Field and Kelsey L. Logan
he Game Changer is an in-
terrupted case study tha...
S A RESULT OF THE METEOR SCATTER
Project, funded by an NSTA Toyota TAPESTRY
grant, our school system owns a fully auto-
mated meteor observatory. The Meteor Scatter
Project, a replication of a NASA fu...
Saved in 13 libraries
Ex E mplary Sci E nc E
Robert E. Yager
National standards encourage science teachers to help “increase
student economic productivity through the use of the knowledge,
understandings, and ...
SCIENCE TRADE BOOKS
FOR STUDENTS K–12:
BOOKS PUBLISHED IN 2017
e invite you to explore this year’s list
of Outstanding Science Trade Books,
which builds upon our 45-year histor...
About the annotations About the selection process About CBC and NSTA The books on this list are targeted at grades K–8. Archaeology, Anthropology, and Paleontology A Dinosaur Named Sue: The Stor...