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All Articles by Barbara Tufty
Year (Volume & No.)TitleAbstractAuthorDownload
1973 (Volume 4, No. 1)Linguistics: ... It's How You Say ItLanguage is restless. Itís no wonder we donít always understand each other. Barbara TuftyPDF
1974 (Volume 5, No. 1)Coastal Upwelling: The Sea Turns OverAnd where it does, nutrients upwelling from the depths create lush planktonic feeding zones for the world's fisheries.Barbara TuftyPDF
1974 (Volume 5, No. 1)Elementary Education Simulator: How Do You Move a Lunch Line Faster?What's the best value in brands of potato chips? `Kid problems` are starting points for a new science/math-oriented elementary school curriculum.Barbara TuftyPDF
1974 (Volume 5, No. 4)Junior High Science: Hands-On, Self-Paced Science for Junior High School1.5 million students are now learning science through the Intermediate Science Curriculum StudyBarbara TuftyPDF
1974 (Volume 5, No. 4)Wood Engineering: Better Use of a Prime ResourceFrom forestry to carpentry, the wood industries are learning how to produce more and better wood and how to use it more efficientlyBarbara TuftyPDF
1975 (Volume 6, No. 1)Teaching Reading: The Tummy TicklerA tactile technique that `draws` letters on the skin shows promise of helping children learn to read.Barbara TuftyPDF
1975 (Volume 6, No. 2)Teaching Teachers: Are we having science today? We are, aren't we?Becoming an elementary school teacher.Barbara TuftyPDF
1975 (Volume 6, No. 6)Synchrotron Radiation: Synchrotron RadiationOnce just a nuisance associated with the operation of electron accelerators, these high-intensity beams of photons are becoming one of science's most sought-after new research tools.Barbara TuftyPDF


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