Publications 2002

Anderson, C. (2002). National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): background, issues, bibliography. Nova Science Pub Inc.

Bagayoko, D., Ford, R. L., and Boger, R. (2002). GLOBE: An ideal platform for science education and global climate change research (GCCR). In 2002 Proceedings of the Malian Sym- posium of Applied Sciences (MSAS), ISBN No. 951-42-7322-2, pages 145–150, Bamako, Mali. University of Oulu Press, Oulu, Finland.

Dove, A. (2002). It takes a village to raise an idiot: Fixing US science education. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 110(8):1057–1060.

Ellsworth, M., Artero, T., Bramski, K., Gethers, L., Gooden, E., Rich, N., and Jetter, T. (2002a). A budburst phenology study: Relating climate conditions with the timing of budburst. In AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts, volume 1, page 07.

Ellsworth, M., Dowling, A., Johnson, R., and Lewis, C. (2002b). A study of reflectance spectra of deciduous tree leaves with an attempt to correlate environmental factors of temperature and precipitation. In AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts, volume 1, page 08.

Fierz, S. (2002). Enseignement de la g ́eographie au primaire: quoi? pourquoi?

Fisher, D. (2002). Make a cloud finder.

Gotch, C. (2002). The nature-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours of Idaho youth. Master's thesis.

Greca, I. and Gonz ́alez, E. (2002). Comunidades de aprendizaje en desarrollo sustentable. Actas de XX Encuentros de Did ́actica de las Ciencias experimentales, pages 231–238.

Haddad, W. and Draxler, A. (2002). TechP OTENTIALS.

Halvorsen, E. (2002). Bruk av hypermedia og web-basert informasjon i naturfagundervis- ningen: presentasjon og kritisk analyse: rapport fra notoddenseminaret 2000.

Hankins, J. (2002). A Rangeland Education Program for Idaho Classrooms. PhD thesis, University of Idaho.

Hilton Jr., B. 2002. Hummingbird Phenology Protocol. Teacher's Guide, D. Butler et al., editors. The GLOBE Program, Washington, D.C.

Hilton, W. (2002). Operation ruby throat: The hummingbird project. Gazette, 3(10):

Hilton Jr, B. (2002). Operation rubythroat: The hummingbird project. In Seventh Annual GLOBE Conference, Chicago, IL.

Houtsonen, L., Arbøl, K., Kankaanrinta, I., and Rehunen, A. (2002). Web-based international projects in geographical, environmental and cultural education: The European YoungNet Project as a case study. In Teoksessa Proceedings: Education for Sustainable Living. IGU Commission on Geographical Education. Volume One. Richards Bay Symposium, Richards Bay, Republic of South Africa, pages 1–4.

Howland, D. and Becker, M. (2002). GLOBE: The science behind launching an international environmental education program. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 11(3):199– 210.

Huntemann, V. (2002). Our eye in the sky. In Teach Space 2001: International Space Station Education Conference, volume 491, page 76.

ISTE (2002). National educational technology standards for teachers: preparing teachers to use technology. (Interntional Society for Techology in Education).

Kaivola, T. and Masalin, T. (2002). Teaching and studying environmental issues on the web in ENO environment online. Teoksessa Meisalo, V.(toim.) Aineenopettajankoulutuksen vaihtoehdot ja tutkimus, pages 175–186.

Kelly, G., Kennedy, T. J., Eberhardt, M., and Austin, L. K. (2002). Learning Spanish while practicing math concepts and skills: A winning combination. Teaching Children Mathematics, 9(3):141–147.

Kennedy, T. J. (2002). Classroom practices for literacy development of English language learners. Northwest Passage: NWATE Journal of Education Practices, 2(1):35–39.

Kremb, K. (2002). Geookoagenda III-GLOBE: Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment. GEOOKO-BENSHEIM-, 23(3):231–234.

Krock, K. (2002). Environmental education on the web: worthwhile or worthless. PhD thesis, Ohio University.

Lambert, D., Kelz, R., and Meertens, C. (2002). Unavco facility and community annual progress report for fy2002.

Luehmann, A. (2002). Powerful hidden forces affecting teachers appraisal and adoption of innovative technology-rich curricular supports for secondary water quality learning. In Proceedings of the American Education Research Association Annual Meeting.

Marks, S., Vitek, J., Giardino, J., and McQueen, K. (2002). Creating curricular change: needs in grades 8-12 earth science. Geomorphology, 47(2-4):261–273.

Mawhinney, H., Frusciante, A., Aaron, P., and Liu, Y. (2002). Council of Educa- tional Administrative & Supervisory Organizations of Maryland.

Mislevy, R., Chudowsky, N., Draney, K., Fried, R., Gaffney, T., Haertel, G., Hafter, A., Hamel, L., Kennedy, C., Long, K., et al. (2002). Design patterns for assessing science inquiry. Unpublished manuscript, Washington, DC.

Moore, J. and Waters, S. (2002). Applications of satellite imagery, remote sensing and computer visualizations: observing the earth visualizing the future. In Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2002. IGARSS'02. 2002 IEEE International, volume 1, pages 530–532. IEEE.

National Research Council (US) (2002). Technology and assessment: thinking ahead: proceedings from a workshop. Center for Education. Board on Testing and Assessment and National Research Council (US). Committee on Evaluation of National and State Assessments of Education Progress. Natl Academy Press.

Odell, M. R. L. and Kennedy, T. J. (2002). Idaho Space Grant Education Out- reach Opportunities. Aerospace Technology Symposium 2002, University of Nebraska at Omaha Aviation Institute (UNOAI) Monograph Series, Report 02-5.

Osler, A. and Vincent, K. (2002). Citizenship and the challenge of global education. Trentham Books Ltd.

Penuel, W. (2002). Explaining implementation variation and fidelity in GLOBE: An analysis of student data reporting patterns. In Seventh Annual GLOBE Conference, Chicago, IL. Citeseer.

Ramnath, K. and Dyal, S. (2002). Planting our future with neighbouring com- munities: A national energy company experience. In SPE International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production.

Robin, J., Levine, E., Riha, S., and Trakhtenberg, I. (2002). GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) meets GAPS (General Purpose Simulation Model of the Atmosphere-Plant-Soil System): Utilizing student data to model the atmosphere-plant-soil system. In 17th World Congress of Soil Science, Bangkok, Thailand, 14-20 August 2002. Soil and Fertilizer Society of Thailand.

Slattery, W., Mayer, V., and Klemm, E. (2002). Using the internet in earth systems courses. Global Science Literacy, pages 93–107.

Takahashi, M. and Abe, O. (2002). Japanese experiences and trend on environ- mental education. Documentation of Pioneering Examples, page 15.

Tuthill, G. and Klemm, E. (2002). Virtual field trips: Alternatives to actual field trips. International journal of instructional media, 29(4):453–468.

Williams, T. (2002). The role of hands-on science labs in engaging the next generation of space explorers. In IAF abstracts, 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, volume 1, page 618.

Wormstead, S., Becker, M., and Congalton, R. (2002a). Tools for successful student–teacher–scientist partnerships. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 11(3):277–287.

Wormstead, S., Becker, M., and Congalton, R. (2002b). Tools for successful student-teacher-scientist partnerships. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2(3):277–287.

Yarnall, L. and Penuel, W. (2002). Structuring group learning within a web- based science inquiry program. In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning: Foundations for a CSCL Community, pages 577–578. International Society of the Learning Sciences.

Zalles, D., Quellmalz, E., Rosenquist, A., and Kreikemeier, P. (2002). Technology- supported performance assessments for middle school geoscience. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, volume 1, page 0042.