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Iowa Science Teachers Journal

1967

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Report Of An Audio-Tutorial Learning Environment At The University Of Northern Iowa, Alan R. Orr Jan 1967

Report Of An Audio-Tutorial Learning Environment At The University Of Northern Iowa, Alan R. Orr

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Recognizing the need for innovation in methodology, Postlethwait (1964-1965) has developed an integrated experience approach to learning called audio-tutorial. The Department of Science at the University of Northern Iowa, after investigating available data, initiated the use of an audio-tutorial method for part of its general botany course in the spring of 1966.


Creative Biological Investigations At Bettendorf Middle School, Gerald H. Krockover, James L. Mcgill Jan 1967

Creative Biological Investigations At Bettendorf Middle School, Gerald H. Krockover, James L. Mcgill

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

With the development of the Middle School in Bettendorf, Iowa, a science program was constructed to meet the needs of these junior high age children. The seventh grade biological program is presented with many of the investigations that are used at this age level.


For Those Interested Jan 1967

For Those Interested

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The following copies of special issues of The Oregon Science Teacher are available in the quantities and at the costs indicated.


Cover - Ias & Ists Officers, Directors And Chairpersons - Ist Journal Information - Table Of Contents Jan 1967

Cover - Ias & Ists Officers, Directors And Chairpersons - Ist Journal Information - Table Of Contents

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.


One Historical Aspect In The History Of The Iowa Science Teachers Association Jan 1967

One Historical Aspect In The History Of The Iowa Science Teachers Association

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

One historical aspect in the history of the Iowa Science Teachers is shown in the picture above. Mrs. B. Goetch of Story City was then President of the Iowa Science Teachers Association. It was at this meeting that the major discussion concerned the proposed merger of the Iowa Science Teachers Association with the Iowa Academy of Science and the formation of the Iowa Science Teachers' Journal.


Testing An Earth-Science Aid, Florence Black Jan 1967

Testing An Earth-Science Aid, Florence Black

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Making a collection is not always considered an erudite use of laboratory time. It has been said that study of rocks, for example, entails a good deal more than discovering that a specific specimen can be assigned a specific name. This is freely admitted to be true, but this writer has discovered that assigning the proper name to a specimen demands a more careful and memorable examination of discriminating details of rock types, for example, and that it leads to a useful familiarity with variations of a single rock type.


Development Of Animal Drugs For Market, K. B. Kerr Jan 1967

Development Of Animal Drugs For Market, K. B. Kerr

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The complexities of modem scientific knowledge have vastly increased the requirements for the clearance of an animal drug for market. All such drugs, which include those for poultry, are subject to the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).


A Comparison Of The Abilities Of Secondary Teachers And Students To Understand Science (A Follow-Up Study), Donald J. Schmidt Jan 1967

A Comparison Of The Abilities Of Secondary Teachers And Students To Understand Science (A Follow-Up Study), Donald J. Schmidt

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

A comparison of the level of understanding of science between secondary teachers and students was made by P. E. Miller in 1962. The measuring instrument used was the Test On Understanding Science (TOUS), Cooley & Klopfer 1961. The science teachers were compared with groups of secondary students in grades seven through twelve.


New Ists Officers For 1967-68 Jan 1967

New Ists Officers For 1967-68

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

These newly elected officers were installed at the fall meeting held at Veteran's Auditorium in Des Moines on October 20.


Junior Academy Officers Jan 1967

Junior Academy Officers

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

The Junior Academy officers for 1967-68 are as follows.


New Books Jan 1967

New Books

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

This review section is a compilation of selections of new materials from the various publishers. It is anticipated that this approach will continue to help science educators keep abreast of current additions in curriculum materials.


From The Editor Jan 1967

From The Editor

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

If the Iowa Science Teachers' Journal is to serve the membership of the Academy as well as it could, more members must send articles, news items, dates for the calendar, and other material for inclusion in the issues.


Back Cover Jan 1967

Back Cover

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

No abstract provided.