Boone, Indiana University] Valerie Chase, National Aquarium in Baltimore (Session T 3.2) N ATURE- OF- SCIEN CE ASSESSMENT BASED ON 1 87 BENCHMARKS AND STANDARDS Ron Good, Louisiana State University Catherine L.Cummins, Louisiana State University Gary Lyon, Louisiana State University (Session T 3.4) o ERIC 6 204 THE USE OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE EDUCATION STANDARDS AS A TOOL TO CRITIQUE THE TEXAS BIOLOGY I END-OF-COURSE EXAMINATION Julie F.Westerlund, Southwest Texas State University Sandra S.

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Beeth, The Ohio State University Linda Cross, Highland Park Elementary, Grove City, OH Christy Pearl, Highland Park Elementary, Grove City, OH Janice Pirro, Highland Park Elementary, Grove City, OH Kara Yagnesak, Highland Park Elementary, Grove City, OH Janette Kennedy, Richard Avenue Elementary, Grove City, OH (Session F 2.2) PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING APPROACH FOR SCIENCE 288 TEACHERS ’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Hsing Chi A.

Wang, University of Southern California Patricia Thompson, University of Southern California Charles Shuler, University of Southern California La Nelle Harvey, Ninety-Third Street Elementary School (Session F 2.3) THE MODEL AS A VEHICLE FOR UNDERSTANDING THE 304 NATURE AND PROCESSES OF SCIENCE Steven W.

Hairston, University of Southern Mississippi (Session F 6.7) “ONE HUNDRED PERCENT EFFICIENCY:” THE USE OF 566 TECHNOLOGY IN SCIENCE EDUCATION SINCE 1900 Kenneth P.

King, Northern Illinois University (Session S 1.1 1) 10 594 TEACHER PREFERENCES FOR AN ADVANCED MASTERS DEGREE BASED ON NBPTS AND NCATE STANDARDS Karen Dawkins, North Carolina State University John Penick, North Carolina State University (Session S 1 .2) DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS: TEACHER BELIEFS AND PRACTICES AND THE STS CLASSROOM Teresa M.

PREPARING ELEMENTARY 378 SCIENCE TEACHERS THROUGH SCIENCE PRACTICUMS David T. Cannon, University of Nevada, Reno (Session F 4) USING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE EDUCATION CURRICULA 405 AND EXPERIENCES TO ENHANCE SCIENCE TEACHING FOR ALL STUDENTS: CREATING AN INTEGRATED, INCLUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Linda K.

Ramey, Wright State University (Session F 5) WEATHER ACTIVITY SEQUENCES FOR CONCEPTUAL 416 ACTIVITY Carolyn B. Van Sickle, College and University of Charleston (Session F 5.1) HYBRID SCHEDULING EFFECTS ON SCIENCE TEACHING AND 453 LEARNING William R.

Veal, Indiana University (Session F 5.1 1) d 480 CONVERTING PRESERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS TO CONSTRUCTIVISM William H. Penick, North Carolina State University (Session F 5.5) GLOBE ENHANCES INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC 483 RESEARCH Burnette W.

Hamil, Mississippi State University (Session F 5.7) TEACHING STRATEGIES DESIGNED TO ASSIST COMMUNITY 486 COLLEGE SCIENCE STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING Theresa M. Bethel, The University of Texas at Austin (Session F 5.7) INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO THE SCIENCE 501 CLASSROOM Ann F. Dickinson, Washington State University (Session F 6.1 1) OKLAHOMA TEACHER EDUCATION COLLABORATIVE 532 (O-TEC) Christine A.

Gilbert, Indiana University Kokomo (Session F 2.4) ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS 318 TOWARD SCIENCE AND THE CORRELATION WITH GENDER, ETHNICITY, ABILITY, GRADE, AND SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT M. Neathery, Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Session F 2.5) PREPARING HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY TEACHERS FOR 325 STANDARDS-BASED CURRICULA William H. Penick, North Carolina State University (Session F 2.6) AN STS APPROACH TO ORGANIZING A SECONDARY 33 1 SCIENCE METHODS COURSE: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS Pradeep M. Wood, University of New Mexico (Session F 3.8) ADDRESSING EQUITY WITHIN SCIENCE EDUCATION 358 COURSES: SHARING APPROACHES AND IDEAS Katherine C.