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Iowa Science Teachers Journal

1965

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Review - Physics For The Inquiring Mind, John Nadig Jan 1965

Review - Physics For The Inquiring Mind, John Nadig

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This book is very useful as a teacher reference book in the physical sciences. It is not an "all-encompassing-topic'' book , but presents a sound philosophy of science, discusses central concepts, presents the real growth and controversy in science, presents the historical development of science and the important scientists of history, and develops the conversation of physical science in a logical and enjoyable way.


Application For Membership; Back Cover Jan 1965

Application For Membership; Back Cover

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


Earth Materials Processes History, Part Ii, Chalmer J. Roy Jan 1965

Earth Materials Processes History, Part Ii, Chalmer J. Roy

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This article is the concluding section of a two--part article. The first half, published in the February 1965 Journal included a discussion of earth processes and minerals.


Table Of Contents Jan 1965

Table Of Contents

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 1965

Table Of Contents

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


Biology Or Chemistry? Which Should Come First?, Gerald H. Krockover Jan 1965

Biology Or Chemistry? Which Should Come First?, Gerald H. Krockover

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

With the many changes that are takin g place in our science curriculum, many of us tend to forget the necessity of analyzing the sequence in which these science courses are offered. Of particular importance is the sequence of chemistry and biology offerings to the student and our reasons behind one sequence over another.


Earth Materials Processes History, Chalmer J. Roy Jan 1965

Earth Materials Processes History, Chalmer J. Roy

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This is the first of a two-part article. The second half will be published in the April 1965 issue of the Journal. The earth materials are rocks, minerals, water, and the atmosphere. Rocks are the essential constituents of the earth's crust.


Review: To Know A Fly, Raymond L. Sloan Jan 1965

Review: To Know A Fly, Raymond L. Sloan

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Here is a rare presentation of a research biologist in action, matching wits with (of all things) a fly. While most people think of the research man as being cold and calculating and the fly as a filthy insect, a different story is told here.


Iowa Teacher Recognition Programs Jan 1965

Iowa Teacher Recognition Programs

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Iowa Academy will sponsor a teacher recognition ceremony. The AAPT and the OBTA selections will be recognized at this ceremony along with the selection of Iowa Section of ACS science teacher.


New And Notes - Nsta Jan 1965

New And Notes - Nsta

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

All ISTA members should plan to attend the annual NSTA meetings in Denver if at all possible.


Present A Paper At Dubuque This Spring! Jan 1965

Present A Paper At Dubuque This Spring!

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Iowa Academy of Science will meet in Dubuque on April 23 and 24, 1965. The special Science Teachers' Section needs papers from the science teachers in Iowa.


New And Notes - Summer Opportunities For Secondary Students Of High Ability In Science And Mathematics Jan 1965

New And Notes - Summer Opportunities For Secondary Students Of High Ability In Science And Mathematics

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The National Science Foundation will again sponsor several hundred Summer Science Programs for High Ability Secondary Students.


New And Notes - Hawkeye Science Fair Jan 1965

New And Notes - Hawkeye Science Fair

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Dean Stroud, Director of the Hawkeye Fair has announced that the 1965 dates have been set for April 8 and 9.


Review - Laboratory Manual, Basic Life Science, E. Russell Tepaske Jan 1965

Review - Laboratory Manual, Basic Life Science, E. Russell Tepaske

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

High schools and colleges alike are challenged again to review course content in Life Sciences in light of this "forward looking" science course at the junior high school level. This manual synthesizes traditional and experimental life science activities into 31 functional laboratory activities.


Junior Academy News - Iowa Junior Academy Executive Council Meeting Jan 1965

Junior Academy News - Iowa Junior Academy Executive Council Meeting

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Executive Council of the Iowa Junior Academy of Science met in Waterloo on Saturday, January 16, 1965.


Review - Microbiology For Elementary School Children, A. C. Haman Jan 1965

Review - Microbiology For Elementary School Children, A. C. Haman

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This is a well-written unit, developed for use in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades of the Pennsylvania Public Schools.


Junior Academy News - Iowa Junior Academy Members At The Aaas Meeting In Montreal, Canada Jan 1965

Junior Academy News - Iowa Junior Academy Members At The Aaas Meeting In Montreal, Canada

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Two Iowa Junior Academy members, Kevin Binns, and Bonnie Tinker, presented their papers at the Montreal meeting on December 28, 1964.


Junior Academy News - Student Research In The Iowa Junior Academy Of Science Jan 1965

Junior Academy News - Student Research In The Iowa Junior Academy Of Science

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Thomas Scott, Director of Research Papers, reports that the deadline for all Library Research and Science Research Reports not associated with the NSF supported program is March 15 1965.


Meeting Of The Executive Council Of The Iowa Science Teacher's Association Jan 1965

Meeting Of The Executive Council Of The Iowa Science Teacher's Association

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Council of the Iowa Science Teacher's Association, January 30, 1965.


News And Notes - Science Fairs Jan 1965

News And Notes - Science Fairs

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

April 8 and 9, 1965, are the dates of the Hawkeye Science Fair in Des Moines. The many hundred projects will be on display at Veterans Memorial Auditorium.


Review - Genetics, Robert E. Cook Jan 1965

Review - Genetics, Robert E. Cook

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This book is one of 10 in the Modern Biology Series. In it is a good discussion of some of the more important facts known in the field of genetics.


Review - Fundamentals Of Scientific Mathematics, George Cossman Jan 1965

Review - Fundamentals Of Scientific Mathematics, George Cossman

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Originally published in 1961 by The Johns Hopkins Press with the assistance of a grant from the Esso Education Foundation, this book is the outgrowth of an effort to develop instruction in scientific mathematics. It represents an excellent source of mathematical skills needed in elementary science.


Review - Biology Aids, D. J. Schmidt Jan 1965

Review - Biology Aids, D. J. Schmidt

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Three new titles are now available for the biology teacher. They are: In the Beginning (A survey of modern embryology), The Vital Wheel: Metabolism (molecular biology) and Probability and Statistics.


Review - Chemical Background For The Biological Sciences, Verne A. Troxel Jan 1965

Review - Chemical Background For The Biological Sciences, Verne A. Troxel

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This is a 150 page, well illustrated and informative book covering a number of topics in depth.


Review - Animal Structure And Function, Robert E. Cook Jan 1965

Review - Animal Structure And Function, Robert E. Cook

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This book is one of ten in the Modern Biology Series. The author discusses the various systems of multicellular organisms in a comparative fashion.


Junior Academy News - The High School Relations Committee Jan 1965

Junior Academy News - The High School Relations Committee

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Iowa Academy of Science has a permanent High School Relations Committee which has IJAS as its primary function and responsibility.


Review - Masers And Lasers, Jerry Underfer Jan 1965

Review - Masers And Lasers, Jerry Underfer

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

"Masers and Lasers'' is a book with a good down to earth description of the phenomenon taking place in this rapidly developing field.


Application For Membership; Back Cover Jan 1965

Application For Membership; Back Cover

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


The Officers Elected By You Will Serve Our Organization During The 1965-66 Year Jan 1965

The Officers Elected By You Will Serve Our Organization During The 1965-66 Year

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The candidates and their qualifications are on pages 19-20-21 in this journal. Election Committee: Lyle Anderson, Warren Classon, Verlin Fleagle, Paul Tweeten, and Dr. Robert Yager.


More Assistance Needed Jan 1965

More Assistance Needed

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Although teachers are busy (and perhaps science teachers are even busier), we do need more staff members for ISTJ.