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CIRTL Network Bibliography of Publications, Presentations, Posters, and Teaching-as-Research Projects
Common non-facilitating teaching behaviors. Contemporary Education. 62. 1976.
Teacher communication patterns as related to the race and sex of the student. Journal of Educational Research. 78. 1985.
They're not dumb. They're different. A new "tier of talent" for science.. Change. 22:11-30.. 1990.
Can introductory science be multidisciplinary: Harvard’s chem-phys. Revitalizing undergraduate science: Why some things work and most don't.. 1992.
High morale in a stable environment: Chemistry at UW-Eau Claire. Revitalizing undergraduate science: Why some things work and most don't.. 1992.
Studying students studying calculus: a look at the lives of minority mathematics students in college. The College Mathematics Journal. 23:362-372.. 1992.
Female friendly science: Including women in curricular content and pedagogy in science. Journal of General Education. 42:191-220.. 1993.
Reaching the second tier - Learning and teaching styles in college science education. Journal of College Science Teaching. 23:286-290.. 1993.
Reentry students. Tools for Teaching. :52-54.. 1993.
Teaching academically diverse students. Tools for Teaching. :55-59.. 1993.
College students' perceptions of prejudice and discrimination and their feelings of alienation: A construct validation approach. Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies. 16:387-409.. 1994.
Race and ethnicity in the teaching of chemistry: a new graduate seminar.. Journal of Chemical Education. 71:288-290.. 1994.
Retaining tomorrow's scientists: Exploring the factors that keep male and female college students interested in science careers. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 1:45-61.. 1994.
Who is helped by friendly inclusion? A transformation teaching model Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 1:175-192.. 1994.
A longitudinal study of engineering student performance and retention. IV. Instructional methods and student responses to them. Journal of Engineering Education. 84:361-367.. 1995.
Authentic learning environment in analytical chemistry using cooperative methods and open-ended laboratories in large lecture courses. Journal of Chemical Education. 73:827-832.. 1996.
Teaching to all types: Examples from engineering education. Matters of Style, ASEE Prism. 6:18-23.. 1996.
Invisible scholars: Students with learning disabilities. Journal of Higher Education. 67:426.. 1996.
A community approach to learning calculus: Fostering success for underrepresented ethnic minorities in an emerging scholars program. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 3:145-159.. 1997.
Antievolution and creationism in the United States. Annual Review of Anthropology. 26:263-289.. 1997.
Infusing a multicultural approach to education in the engineering and science curriculum.. ASEE Conference: National Conference on Outcomes Assessment for Engineering Education.. 1997.
Engineering difference: Discourses on gender, sexuality and work in a college of technology. Gender and Education. 10:35-49.. 1998.