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...ool system in rural
Manhattan, Montana, joined with Montana State University
(MSU) scientists on a yearlong agriculturally based research
project. The scene was set when students
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15 College Science Teachers Guide to Assessment
Introduction: Toward a
Reason for Quantitative
Several years ago, when a group of faculty mem-
bers in our department was worki...
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o commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1988
fires at Yellowstone, still one of the largest wild-
fire events in the history of the United States,
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...s this need, the University of Montana
(UM)–Missoula has implement...
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...Education at the
University of Montana. Michael R. Plautz is a seventh-grade science
teacher at Hellgate Elementary in Missoula, Montana. Jeffrey W . Crews
is assistant director of the NASA Earth Obse...
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...urse, located on the campus of
Montana State University in Bozeman. As a
program, a cu...
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November 1998 JCST 87
articularly at the college level, a
truism exists that the professors
who are most closely involved in the
day-to-day process of science teaching
are often unfamiliar with the ...
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32 Science and Children
Seven teachers from four
rural schools team up to
create their own
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agree on t...
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