Journal of Geoscience Education

Peer reviewed journal focusing on pedagogy, assessment, and philosophy of teaching and learning about the geosciences.

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Vol. 67, No. 3, August

Integrating an Augmented Reality Sandbox Challenge Activity into a Largeenrollment Introductory Geoscience Lab for Nonmajors Produces No Learning Gains
IntroductionIn the field of geology, map reading is essential. Nearly every geoscience class involves some form of map reading to examine different data, from the distribution of volcanoes to geologic ages of outcrops to atmospheric temperature. Geology...
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Vol. 64, No. 4, November

A Mixed Methods Approach to Determining the Impact of a Geoscience Field Research Program upon Science Teachers' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Instructional Practices
INTRODUCTIONThe lackluster performance of U.S. students on state, national, and international science assessments has prompted movement towards reforming the science curriculum and pedagogy in many public schools (Duncan, 2010; NGSS Lead States, 2013a)....
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Vol. 53, No. 2, March

Exploring the Interrelationships of Art and Geology through a Course Module on European Ice Age Cave Art
ABSTRACTThe theme of European ice age cave art is one that is well suited for art-and-science and art-and-geology courses, offering a wealth of topics that illustrate the interdisciplinary connections between art and the earth sciences. Among these are...
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