10-1 Fall 1998 “Teaching Math and Science” Table of Contents

Aug 15th, 1998 | By | Category: 10-1: Teaching Math and Science, Archives

10-1 FALL 1998 TEACHING MATH AND SCIENCEFeatures

Oglala MIE Program Responds to Budding Scientists’ Prayers
By Michelle Allen TCJ PAID CONTENT

The Challenge for Math/Science Departments: Balancing teaching and grant writing
By Ravindra M. Srivastava, Ph.D. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Fort Berthold Community College Celebrates 25 Years of Growth
By Dorreen Yellow Bird TCJ PAID CONTENT

Cultural Perspectives and the Nature of Science
By Jack Barden, Ph.D. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Institute of American Indian Arts Looks to the Future
By Richard Chang TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers: Feedback, Strategic Planning to Shape Next Five Years
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s essay: Land-based Colleges Offer Science Students a Sense of Place
By Marjane Ambler

Student Profile: Washington Trip Empowers Student to Make a Difference
By Darlene Enno TCJ PAID CONTENT

Land Grant: Bay Mills Extension Program Helps Youth at Risk
By Jennifer Dale TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College Research: Research Field Experience Builds Better Stewards
By Frank Finley TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide
By Lori Colomeda, Ph.D.

Tribal College News

Book and Media Reviews
By Woody Kipp and Rick Heredia

ON THE COVER: Indian people have always taught their children math and science, adapting new technology to suit their needs. Photo of Curtis (Ute Mountain Ute) of Towaoc, Colorado. Photo by Lee Marmon, P.O. Box 213, Laguna, New Mexico 87026.

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