ANTHONY D. FEIG
Central Michigan University
Department of Geography, DOW 278
(989) 774.1166 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Humphrey’s Pk., AZ, 12,635” Mt. Whitney, CA, 13,200”
I am a science educator in CMU’s Department of Geography and a member of the Integrated Science Education Council. My research interests include spatial cognition, the application of qualitative methods in science education research, the ethos of teacher training, and cyberlearning in the Earth sciences.
Courses I Teach
Introduction to Physical Geography (GEO 105)
Environmental Geography (GEO 120)
Landforms (GEO 210)
Resource Perception & Utilization (GEO 330)
Earth Science Education (ESC 400)
Integrated Science Education (SCI 400)
Earth Science Education Capstone (SCI490)
A little bit of my research
Feig, A.D., 2011, Location and method in the context of qualitative data and theory in geoscience education research, in: Feig, A., and Stokes, A. (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry in geoscience education research, GSA Special Papers v. 474, p. 1-11.
Atchison, C., and Feig, A.D., 2011, Constructing experience through alternative field environments for students with mobility impairments: Utilizing methods of qualitative inquiry, in: Feig, A., and Stokes, A. (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry in geoscience education research, GSA Special Papers v. 474, p. 11-22.
Dudek R., and Feig, A.D., 2011, Longitudinal analysis of mental rotation ability among
undergraduate structural geology students, Geological Society of America
Northeastern/North Central Joint Section Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, 21 March 2011.
Feig, A.D., 2010, An online physical geology laboratory: From concept to outcome, in: Geosphere, v. 6, p. 1-10.
Feig, A.D., 2010, Technology dependence and scientific thought in field camp: An ethnographic study, in: Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 58, p. 213-220.
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