324 pages, 64 articles, 93 authors
For the next edition of Environmental Literature Series, see Spring 2006 issue

Winter 2003     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 7, Issue 4

Table of Contents      by page number and by Keyword Subject Index

Articles on various topics plus the following special feature.
Editorial: Teaching Environmental Literature 

Wordsworth’s Environmental Ethics  /  2229-3z
	Charles D. Harrington, Indiana University South Bend
Tapping Multiple Voices in Writing Center Assessment  /  2233-3z EDITORS' CHOICE full-text 
	Emily Donnelli, University of Kansas
	Kristen Garrison, University of Kansas
Re-Certification of Temporary Certified Teachers  /  2297-3w
	Joaquin Villegas,  Northeastern Illinois University
Demystifying Inflectional push-pull in ESL Pedagogy  /  2343-3l
	Leketi Makalela, Michigan State University
Computers and Students with Learning Disabilities  /  2363-3j
	Kathy Hoover, California State University, Fullerton
Simultaneous Renewal: When Interns Serve As Substitutes  /  2380-3l 
	Bea Naff Bailey, Clemson Univeristy, SC 
	Dorothy Justus Sluss, Clemson University, SC 
Teaching Ethnic American Literary Anthologies  /  2389-3j
	Rachel Leah Jablon, University of Maryland College Park
Emerging Learning Environments: Enhancing the Online Community  /  2397-3j
	Caroline M. Crawford, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Guidelines for Communicating with our Most Elderly  /  2401-3j
	James L. Giordano, LaGuardia Community College,  NY
	E.L. Deckinger, former St. John’s University professor 
Extending School-to-College Programs  /  2402-3j 
	Linda Serra Hagedorn, University of Southern California
	Andrew Chlebek,  University of Southern California
	Hye Sun Moon,  University of Southern California
Mercy’s I.C.P. Program Meets the Challenge  /  2408-3j
	Esther Wermuth, Mercy College, NY
	Murray Bromberg, Mercy College, NY
James Baldwin: America's Native Son  /  2415-3j
	Frank Louis Rusciano, Rider University, NJ
Collaboration Across Early Childhood Special Education  /  2434-3j 
	Diana Martinez Valle-Riestra, University of Miami, FL
	Robin Shane, University of Miami, FL
	Liz Rothlein, University of Miami, FL
A Novel Understanding of Ecology  /  2438-3z EDITORS' CHOICE full-text 
	Colin C. Irvine, Augsburg College, MN
Reading and Auditory Processing Collaborative Project  /  2450-3j
	Martha J. Larkin, State University of West Georgia
	Cathleen Doheny, State University of West Georgia
	Donna M. Harkins, State University of West Georgia
	Daniel H. Sisterhen, State University of West Georgia
Information Competency for Adult Reentry Students  /  2455-3j
	Lorrie A. Knight, University of the Pacific, CA
	A. Craig Hawbaker, University of the Pacific, CA
The TOP System for Environmental Management Instruction  /  2459-3z
	Chong-Tek Aik,  Walden University, MN
	I. Charles Ulinwa,  Walden University, MN
	Duane C. Tway, Walden University, MN
Shared Insights from University Co-Teaching  /  2461-3z  EDITORS' CHOICE full-text 
	Greg Conderman, Northern Illinois University
	Bonnie McCarty, College of Charleston, SC
Moving Toward Collaborative Practices in Education  /  2462-3z
	Judy Lombardi, California State University, Northridge
	David Kretschmer, California State University, Northridge
	Nancy Burstein, California State University, Northridge
Enticing Faculty to Library Instruction Workshops  /  2470-3j 
	Allison V. Level, Colorado State University
	Catherine L. Cranston, Colorado State University
Lesson Study: A New Model of Collaboration  /  2473-3j
	Tad Watanabe, Pennsylvania State University
Increasing Information Competence in Medical School Faculty  /  2477-3j
	Rena A. Sheffer, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Awakening Preservice Teachers’ Awareness of Privilege  /  2489-3z
	Joyce Herbeck, Montana State University
Course Design For An Introductory Science Course  /  2490-3z
	Calvin Kalman, Concordia University, Canada
Metacognitive Awareness: Investigating Theory and Practice  /  2496-4w
	Nancy L. Joseph, Oakland University, MI
Being Lucky— Virtual Performative Speech Acts  /  2498-3z
	A.R. Ross, Oxford University, UK
Grammar for Teachers: Attitudes and Aptitudes  /  2501-4w
	Melvin J. Hoffman, Buffalo State University College, NY
Green Guilt and the University Classroom  /  2504-3z
	Teddi Chichester Bonca, California State University, Fullerton
Frauds, Hoaxes and Pseudoscience: A Course in Argumentation  /  2505
	Martha D. Patton, University of Missouri-Columbia
Applying Learning Styles in an Online Course  /  2507-3z
	Mahnaz Moallem, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Teaching Environmental Imagination  /  2510-3z
	William W. Stowe, Wesleyan University, CT
Ecological Conscience in Hopkins’s “God’s Grandeur”  /  2513-3z
	William Wright, Sam Houston State University
Writing Center Theory and Tutoring Pedagogy Disjunction  /  2514-3z
	Christine M. Burlaga, California State University, San Bernardino
	Kimberly A. Costino, California State University, San Bernardino
Ranging Widely to Find Home  /  2516-3z
	Patrick D. Murphy, University of Central Florida
Second Language Literacy and Communicative Activity  /  2517-4w 
	Miguel Mantero, The University of Alabama
Ecocritical Approaches to Renaissance Literature  /  2519-3z 
	Ken Hiltner, Harvard University, MA
Getting Started with ICT blended learning  /  2520-3j 
	Anita Pincas, University of London, UK
	Gunter Saunders, University of Westminster, UK 
The Nature of Knowledge in Web-Based Learning Environments  /  2522-3z
	Jan Fernback, Temple University, PA
Environmentalism in the Creative Writing Classroom  /  2523-3z
	Diana C. Archibald, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Multimedia Learning Environments for Early Readers  /  2530-3z
	Robert Zheng, Temple University, PA 
	Claudia Smarkola, Temple University, PA
Addressing Collegiate Adjunct Faculty Information Needs  /  2537-3z
	Richard Wisneski, Kent State University
Writing Like a Transcendentalist  /  2539-3z
	Cheryl C. Smith, Baruch College – CUNY, NY
Science curriculum reform for education majors  /  2541-3z
	Mary Crowe, Coastal Carolina University
	Teresa Burns, Coastal Carolina University
In Praise of a Structuralist Pedagogy  /  2543-3z
	Marc Lombardo, Claremont Graduate University, CA
Teaching Conflict through Multiple Rhetorical Stances  /  2544-3z
	Nancy L. Chick,  University of Wisconsin
Crisis-Response Discourse of Prospective Teachers  /  2547-3z
	Tetyana Koshmanova,  Western Michigan University, MI
	Candice C. Carter, University of Northern Florida, FL
	Nadia Hapon,  Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine
Teaching American Environmental Literature Abroad  /  2550-3z
	Rick Van Noy, Radford University, VA
Environmental Ethics in the College Composition Classroom  /  2553-3z
	Norbert Schürer, California State University, Long Beach
Exploring the Ecology of Food Choice  /  2555-3z 
	Jasia Chitharanjan, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Pope and the Rhetoric of Natural Phenomena  /  2556-3z
	Roseanne S. Carrara, The University of Toronto, Canada
Motivating Perspective Taking through Oral Performance  /  2557-3z 
	Sally O. Hastings, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Beyond the Text: Literary Field Studies  /  2558-3z 
	Corey Lewis. University of Nevada
Teaching the 9/11 Tragedy and the Arts  /  2560-3z
	John Paul M. Kanwit, Indiana University, Bloomington
Timely, Again:  Tolkien’s Fantastic Ecology  /  2562-3z
	Lucas P. Niiler, University of Texas at Tyler
The Rhetoric of Online Conferencing  /  2564-3z 
	Steven J. Corbett, University of Washington
	George L. Dillon, University of Washington
Writing Centers: The Student Retention Connection  /  2565
	Gary Griswold, California State University, Long Beach
Problems in the Writing Center  /  2566-3z
	Kathryn Evans, University of San Francisco, CA
Successful Service Learning:  The Inside Track  /  2571-4w
	Barbara J. Limbach, Chadron State College, NE
Making Neuroscience Simple by Promoting Metacognition  /  2572-3z
	Jan M. Hondzinski, Louisiana State University
Professional Development: Starting University District Partnerships  /  2574-3z
	Darra Pace, Hofstra University, NY
	Dolores T. Burton, New York Institute of Technology
Providing Scientific Information to Children with Dyslexia  /  2576-3z
	Debby Zambo, Arizona State University West
Exploring Environmental Literature Using Electronic Portfolios  /  2577-3z
	Katherine Chandler,  St. Mary's College of Maryland
	Sarah C. Magruder,  St. Mary's College of Maryland
	Kerie L. Nickel,  St. Mary's College of Maryland
Designing Instructional Technology for Language Learning  /  2595-3z
	Jonita Stepp-Greany, Florida State University
Collaborative Teaching and Ecological Literacy  /  2599-3z
	Stephen Johnson, William Penn University, IA
	Mary Stark,  Central College, IA

Teaching Mindfully: Discerning Vocation and Call
	Heather Ann Ackley, Azusa Pacific University, CA

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