AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 106. Education

Display, Saturday, January 15, 2000, 9:20am-4:00pm, Grand Hall

106.01 Elements of a Professional Development Seminar for First-Year Astronomy Graduate Students
H.L. Dinerstein (U. Texas, Austin)
106.02 Project ASTRO Coalitions and Partnerships: A Progress Report
A. Fraknoi (Astron. Soc. Pacific and Foothill Coll.)
106.03 The Universe Semester at Biosphere 2
J. Patterson (Columbia University), K. Vanlandingham (Biosphere 2 Center), J. Noel-Storr (Columbia University), S. Airieu (Biosphere 2 Center), J. Kemp (Columbia University), G. Garradd (Biosphere 2 Center)
106.04 Establishing Astronomy in the Curriculum at a Teacher Preparation College: Some Successes and Some Challenges
L. M. French, D. Borkovitz ()
106.05 NASA IDEAS to Improve Instruction in Astronomy and Space Science
B. Malphrus (Morehead State University), K. Kidwell (Kentucky Department of Education)
106.06 Teaching Astronomy to K-4 Children via Interactive Play
V. Strelnitski (Maria Mitchell Observatory), M. Trott (Child Study Center of NY), M. Girvin (Nantucket Elementary School)
106.07 ``IT'S ALL IN MOTION" -- A Hands-On Astronomy Workshop For Teachers of Grades 4-8
M.L. West (Montclair State U.), C. Liu (Columbia U./AMNH), K. Conod (Dreyfuss Planetarium, Newark, NJ)
106.08 Hands-On Astrophysics: Variable Stars in Math, Science, and Computer Education
J. A. Mattei (American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO)), J. R. Percy (Erindale College, University of Toronto)
106.09 Student Projects for the Introductory Astronomy Course Using the Hubble Data Archive and Related Resources.
T. English (Gardner-Webb University)
106.10 Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory
D. W. Hoard, R. C. Smith (CTIO)
106.11 Using a PC-based Chemical Spectrometer for Undergraduate Astronomy Labs
C.G. De Pree (Agnes Scott College), K.B. Marvel (American Astronomical Society)
106.12 Undergraduate Astronomy Laboratory Software: Planetary Atmosphere Evolution
D.G. Luttermoser (East Tenn.\ State Univ.)
106.13 SIP: A Web-Based Astronomical Image Processing Program
J.H. Simonetti (Virginia Tech)
106.14 A Mathematically Sound Introduction to Relativity for Math, Physics and Astronomy Majors
R. B. Gardner (East Tennessee State University)
106.15 ``It's ONLY a Theory": What Do Students Know about the Scientific Enterprise?
S. J. Shawl (University of Kansas)
106.16 An In-Your-Face Approach to Student Misconceptions About Astronomy
N.F. Comins (Univ. of Maine)
106.17 The Incidence of Sixteenth Century Cosmic Models in Modern Texts
S. A. Maene, J. S. Best (Shepherd College), P. D. Usher (Penn State)

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