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Iowa Science Teachers Journal

1966

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Review - General Chemistry Workbook: How To Solve Chemistry Problems Jan 1966

Review - General Chemistry Workbook: How To Solve Chemistry Problems

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

More comprehensive than title implies. Includes ample coverage of exponents, logarithms, slide rule, chemical nomenclature and units.


Science Teachers Short Course Jan 1966

Science Teachers Short Course

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

A program of activities for the Science Teachers Short Course held March 4-5, 1966.


Junior Academy News - Membership In Ijas Jan 1966

Junior Academy News - Membership In Ijas

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Mr. Frank Starr, Executive Secretary of the Iowa Junior Academy of Science, has reported a great gain of member schools in the Academy.


Help! Help Your Substitute Teach Science, David V. Mccalley, Frank W. Starr, O. W. Eason Jan 1966

Help! Help Your Substitute Teach Science, David V. Mccalley, Frank W. Starr, O. W. Eason

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The science teacher often finds that to miss a day of school most frequently means to have lost a day of instruction. School administrators are experiencing serious difficulty in finding substitutes for teachers of the new B.S.C.S., C.B.A., CHEMS and P.S.S.C., programs.


Science Club Ideas Jan 1966

Science Club Ideas

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

At a recent meeting of the University High science club a panel of medical students conducted a discussion on preparations for medical careers and opportunities in medical research.


Review - The Origins Of Modern Science, Herbert Butterfield Jan 1966

Review - The Origins Of Modern Science, Herbert Butterfield

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

With engaging wisdom and literary skill, Professor Butterfield illuminates the dynamic growth of science beginning with the impetus theory of the late Middle Ages.


Junior Academy News - Opportunity For More Participants Jan 1966

Junior Academy News - Opportunity For More Participants

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Although we have a fine number of participants who are working diligently in the NSF sponsored programs, we still have a large number of scientist-advisors who would like to work with students.


Junior Academy News - Preliminary Approval For Continuation Jan 1966

Junior Academy News - Preliminary Approval For Continuation

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Indications from NSF suggest that our Junior Academy Symposium will operate on much the same basis during the 1966- 67 school year.


Nabt Outstanding Biology Teachers Award Programs Jan 1966

Nabt Outstanding Biology Teachers Award Programs

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Nominations are being requested for the Iowa Outstanding Biology Teacher Award. Nominations will be accepted from all legitimate sources, such as school administrators, department heads, supervisors, consultants, college biologists, industrial biologists, other teachers, or the candidates themselves.


Junior Academy News - Trip To Berkeley Jan 1966

Junior Academy News - Trip To Berkeley

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Mr. Terry Godar of Regis High School in Cedar Rapids and Mr. Timothy Strand, now living at Grinnell, were selected to represent the Iowa Junior Academy of Science at the American Junior Academy Conference.


Review - The World Of Living Things, Gerald H. Krockover Jan 1966

Review - The World Of Living Things, Gerald H. Krockover

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This book is highly recommended for those school systems who are looking for some departmentalization in their junior high science program. It can be easily incorporated into a year biological science program for seventh or eighth grade.


Simple Radiation Studies In Biology, C. L. Christensen, D. J. Schmidt Jan 1966

Simple Radiation Studies In Biology, C. L. Christensen, D. J. Schmidt

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Radioisotopes are a part of modern biological science. Radiation studies can be carried out without great expense. Thus they are available for the secondary level. Projects are easy to develop and can be adapted to any area of biological science. We would like to encourage all biology teachers to incorporate the use of radioisotopes into their programs.


Cover - Journal Staff; Journal Information; Ista Officers Jan 1966

Cover - Journal Staff; Journal Information; Ista Officers

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 1966

Table Of Contents

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


Open Letter From The President, David L. Fagle Jan 1966

Open Letter From The President, David L. Fagle

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Science in Iowa is in a state of ferment from kindergarten through graduate school. Each person involved in teaching science should be active in at least one scientific, professional organization. The Iowa Science Teacher's Association is organized to improve science education at all levels.


Meet Our Advertising Editor Jan 1966

Meet Our Advertising Editor

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Although Sister Mary Martina, CHM, has been known to say that it’s a "man's world", she has found an important place in it. As biology instructor at Dowling High in Des Moines, and Chairman of the Science Department there, she is busy almost 24 hours a day.


Assistants In High School Science, Henry Leroy Becker, Mary Elizabeth Sievert Jan 1966

Assistants In High School Science, Henry Leroy Becker, Mary Elizabeth Sievert

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The modern science programs of today have created increased emphasis upon the laboratory situation. With this increased emphasis on laboratory work, the science teacher must spend many hours preparing for laboratory experiences which will meet the needs of the students enrolled in today's and tomorrow's science courses. In order to meet these needs, what alternatives are available to the science teacher in preparation for a laboratory situation?


News And Notes - A Full Schedule Of Papers For Science Teaching Section Jan 1966

News And Notes - A Full Schedule Of Papers For Science Teaching Section

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Dave Fagle has indicated that we can expect a fine program on April 15 and 16 (1966) in Pella. Many of the titles submitted promise to be most interesting and informative.


News And Notes - Ista-Iowa Academy And Co-Sponsor Meeting For Junior College Science Teachers Jan 1966

News And Notes - Ista-Iowa Academy And Co-Sponsor Meeting For Junior College Science Teachers

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

A Steering Committee met in Des Moines in mid-March to plan a special conference for Junior College science teachers.


Another Tremendous Short Course Jan 1966

Another Tremendous Short Course

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

If you missed the 8th Annual ISTA Short Course at Ames March 4-5 you really missed something. It was well attended (over 300) by teachers throughout the state.


Junior High Science As A Foundation, Leona K. Adler Jan 1966

Junior High Science As A Foundation, Leona K. Adler

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Science programs designed for junior high school are usually based upon the assumption that this level includes grades 7, 8 and 9 - although, of course other types of groupings have been explored. We must also recognize the assumption that junior high school science is neither the first nor the last exposure of students to science.


Treasurer's Report For The Iowa Science Teacher's Association Jan 1966

Treasurer's Report For The Iowa Science Teacher's Association

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Balance on hand on December 31, 1965.


News And Notes - Visiting Scientist Program Continues To Grow Jan 1966

News And Notes - Visiting Scientist Program Continues To Grow

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Iowa Academy is proud of its Visiting Scientist Program. More scientists visited Iowa schools than ever before.


News And Notes - Nsta Meeting In New York Jan 1966

News And Notes - Nsta Meeting In New York

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

STA Meeting in New York Several ISTA members are in New York April 1-5 (1966) attending sessions of the National Science Teachers Association.


These 12-Year Olds Learned To Count Atoms With The "Atomette" Science Lab Jan 1966

These 12-Year Olds Learned To Count Atoms With The "Atomette" Science Lab

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

These 12-year olds learned to count atoms with the “Atomette” Science Lab. [advertisement]


Junior Academy News Jan 1966

Junior Academy News

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Iowa Junior Academy of Science is designed to further the cause of science education in Iowa high schools by providing an annual program of scientific atmosphere and stimulation for capable students. It is comparable to similar scientific meetings of adult scientists.


Junior Academy News - Submitting The Research Report Jan 1966

Junior Academy News - Submitting The Research Report

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The science student with a worthy science report should enter his paper in the Iowa Junior Academy of Science preliminary screening process by submitting his paper along with a duplicated copy of the following form.


Call For Contributed Papers For The Nsta 1967 Convention, Detroit, Michigan Jan 1966

Call For Contributed Papers For The Nsta 1967 Convention, Detroit, Michigan

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The resounding success of the contributed papers sessions at the New York City convention has prompted the Program Committee for the Detroit convention to continue this feature in the program design for 1967.


Junior Academy News Jan 1966

Junior Academy News

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Always proud of its members who win state-wide recognition, the Junior Academy of Science recognizes two outstanding Junior Scientists in this issue. The prepared papers of Miss Patricia Patridge and Mr. Don Barry follow.


News And Notes - Visiting Science Program Jan 1966

News And Notes - Visiting Science Program

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Academy will again sponsor the Iowa Visiting Scientist Program.