Title Index

TITLE INDEX

The Title Index covers curriculum and other book and periodical titles annotated in chapters 1 through 11. The locator numbers used are the entry numbers of the annotations.

A

Acid Rain, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6

Activities for the School Planetarium, 4.38

Activities to Teach Mathematics in the Context of Environmental Studies, 3.38

AIMS Magazine, 9.1

Air & Space/Smithsonian, 9.2

Amateur Meteorologist, The: Explorations and Investigations, 4.39

American Biology Teacher, The, 6.1, 9.3, 11.69

American Scientist, 11.104

Analysis, 1.41

Animals Alive! An Ecological Guide to Animal Activities, 2.46

Animals in Action, 2.16

Animals in the Classroom: Selection, Care, and Observations, 7.1

Animal Tracks, 10.213

Appraisal: Science Books for Young People, 9.4

Arid Lands, Sacred Waters, 4.40

Art and Science Connection, The: Hands-on Activities for Intermediate Students, 5.55

Art to Zoo: Teaching with the Power of Objects, 9.5, 11.105

ASCD Curriculum Handbook, 11.27

Assessing Habits of Mind: Performance-Based Assessment in Science and Mathematics, 7.2

Assessment in Science Education: The Middle Years, 7.3, 11.72

ASTC/CIMUSET Directory and Statistics 1996, 8.1, 11.30

Asteroid!, 4.10

Astronomy, 6.2, 9.6

Atmospheric Dynamics, 4.41

Audubon, 9.7, 10.196, 11.71

Audubon Adventures, 10.196

B

Barrier-Free in Brief: Laboratories and Classrooms in Science and Engineering, 7.4

Behavioral Research: 7-12 Teacher's Guide, 2.47

Benchmarks for Science Literacy, 7.5, 11.2

Ben Franklin Book of Easy and Incredible Experiments: Activities, Projects, and Science Fun, 5.56

"The Best of Edison" Science Teaching Kits, 1.42

Best Science and Technology Reference Books for Young People, 8.2

Biodiversity! Exploring the Web of Life, 11.126

Biodiversity--From Sea to Shining Sea, 11.126

Biodiversity: Understanding the Variety of Life, 2.17

Biology Is Outdoors! A Comprehensive Resource for Studying School Environments, 3.7

BioScience, 11.12

Biotechnology: The Technology of Life, 2.48

Birdscape, 11.36

Blue Planet, 4.42

Booklist, 6.3, 8.29

Bottle Biology, 2.49

Brick Layers: Creative Engineering with LEGO Constructions, 1.43

Brown's Directories of Instructional Programs, 11.27

Bubble Festival, 1.17

Bubble-ology, 1.18

Building Scientific Literacy: A Blueprint for Science in the Middle Years, 7.6, 11.72

C

California Smith, Water Investigator: Water Education Program, 3.39

Career Opportunities in Ceramics, 11.5

Careers in Ecology, 11.39

Careers in Optics and Photonics, 11.95

Careers in Sedimentary Geology, 11.108

Carousel, 11.105

Catch Them Thinking in Science: A Handbook of Classroom Strategies, 7.7

Cells: Building Blocks of Life, 2.1

Ceramics--Into the Future, 11.5

Changes in Ecosystems, 3.8

Changes in Matter, 1.19

Chemical Interactions, 1.20

Chemical Reactions, 1.21

Chemicals: Choosing Wisely, 3.9

Chemicals, Health, Environment, and Me (CHEM 2: Enhanced Program), 3.40

Chemicals in Foods: Additives, 5.29

Chemical Survey and Solutions and Pollution, 3.10

Chemistry of Matter, 1.1

Chem Matters, 9.8

Children's Software Revue, 6.5

Classifying Fingerprints, 5.30

Classroom Activities, 11.102

Classroom Assessment: Key to Reform in Secondary Science Education, 7.8

Classroom 2061: Activity-Based Assessments in Science Integrated with Mathematics and Language Arts, 5.57

Cleaning Water, 3.11

Climate and Farming, 5.31

Color Analyzers, 1.22

Color and Light, 1.23

Communicable Diseases, 2.18

Concepts and Challenges in Earth Science, 4.1

Connect, 9.9

Conservation Directory, 8.20, 11.92

Convection: A Current Event, 4.11

Cooperative Learning in Science: A Handbook for Teachers, 7.9

Cranial Creations in Life Science: Interdisciplinary and Cooperative Activities, 2.50

Creative Wellsprings for Science Teaching, 7.10

Crime Lab Chemistry, 1.44

Critical Issues in Today's World: A Module for Grades 4-7, 5.58

Current: The Journal of Marine Education, 11.80

Curriculum Materials Directory, 11.27

Cycling Back to Nature with Biodegradable Polymers, 3.41

D

Definitive Middle School Guide, The: A Handbook for Success, 7.11

Destiny in Space, 4.43

Determining Threshold Limits, 5.32

Developing and Supporting Teachers for Science Education in the Middle Years, 7.12

Directory of Environmental Educators, 11.94

Directory of Science-Rich Resources in the Southwest, 8.3

Discovering Density, 1.24

Discovering Deserts, 3.42

Discover: The World of Science, 9.10

DNA--From Genes to Proteins, 2.19

Dolphin Log, 9.11

Dragonfly, 9.12

E

Earth and Beyond, 4.12

Earth and Physical Science: Content and Learning Strategies, 5.59

Earth at Hand: A Collection of Articles from NSTA's Journals, 4.44

Earth Education Sourcebook, 11.53

Earth Explorer, 11.2

Earth in Space, 11.10

Earth, Moon, and Stars, 4.13

Earth, Moon, and Sun, 4.14

Earth Processes, 4.15

Earthquake!, 4.16

Earthquakes, 4.17

Earthquakes: A Teacher's Package for K-6, 4.45

Earth Science Content Guidelines, 11.9

Earth-Science Education Resource Directory, 8.4

Earth Science Investigations, 4.46

Earth Scientist, The, 11.74

Earth's Ecosystems, 3.12

Earth's Solid Crust, 4.18

Earth: The Science of Our Planet, 9.13

Earth: The Water Planet, 4.47

Earthworms, 2.20, 2.51

Earthy Things, 4.48

Eco-Inquiry: A Guide to Ecological Learning Experiences for the Upper Elementary/Middle Grades, 3.13

Ecology, 11.39

Ecology: Earth's Living Resources, 2.2

Ecology Education for Children: A Framework of Excellence, 11.39

Ecology Lab, 3.14

Ecosystems, 2.3, 2.4

Ecosystem Services, 11.39

Educating One and All: Students with Disabilities and Standards-Based Reform, 7.13

Educating Young People about Energy for Environmental Stewardship: A Guide to Resources for Curriculum Development with an Emphasis on Youth-Led, Community-Based Learning, 8.5

Educational Leadership, 11.27



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