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McCarty--Diane M. (Laboratory School Faculty)

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1 9/11 and elementary schools
Public Relations News Release 2002:64, p.1
9/5/2002 Diane McCarty surveyed elementary school principals on their response to 9/11 as a part of her dissertation.
2 D. McDonald, D. McCarty, M. Betterton, and R. Stinchfield
Campus News Network 10:6, p.Insert 1
10/25/1999 D. McDonald, D. McCarty, M. Betterton, and R. Stinchfield published article on making positive impacts on Earth.
3 Diane McCarty
Campus News Network 9:21, p.Insert 2
7/6/1999 Presented paper on student teaching and phonics instruction at conferences.
4 Diane McCarty, David Tallakson
Campus News Network 9:21, p.Insert 2
7/6/1999 Received Scholarly Activity Seed Grant for creating literacy book club. McCarty also won "Education's Unsung Heroes Award".
5 Diane McCarty, Maribelle Betterton
Campus News Network 9:21, p.Insert 1
7/6/1999 Co-authored three articles on science education in "Teaching K-8".
6 Teaching with flair
Greene--Kylie (Classes of 2001 and 2005)
Northern Iowan 94:7, p.10
9/23/1997 Laboratory School teacher Diane McCarty publishes several articles.
7 Pedaling down the road of knowledge
Public Relations News Release 1995:255, p.1
3/11/1996 Price Lab students pedaling nearly 900 miles across Iowa without leaving the classroom.
8 "Riding' nearly 900 miles, fourth graders learning more about their home state
Public Relations News Release 1995:245, p.1
3/4/1996 Price Lab Students use an exercise bike to simulate a trip across Iowa.
9 Price Laboratory Instructor is teacher of the year
Campus News Network 6:5, p.1
10/30/1995 Lee Weber was named 1995 Iowa Social Studies Teacher of the Year; photo.
10 Price Laboratory instructor named 1995 Social Studies teacher of the Year
Public Relations News Release 1995:92, p.1
10/13/1995 Lee Weber announced as winner of Iowa Social Studies teacher of the Year.
11 Poetry can be a great language learning tool in elementary curriculum
Public Relations News Release 1995:175, p.1
1/29/1995 Price Lab instructor uses poetry in changing from one subject to another. Poetry also has been found to calm students.
12 Frostbitten
Public Relations News Release 1995:179, p.1
1/15/1995 Price Lab fourth grade teacher shares a unit of poetry with her classes.
13 Bye, Bye, Buster. Have a "beary" good time!
Campus News Network 5:7, p.2
11/28/1994 Teddy bear begins world trip; photo.
14 Conferencing kids across the country
Public Relations News Release 1994:127, p.1
10/31/1994 Fourth graders at Price Laboratory School experience a teleconference via fiber-optics.
15 PLS class "travels" the superhighway
Campus News Network 5:4, p.2
10/17/1994 Students participate in teleconference.
16 Price Lab students participate in nation-wide video teleconference
Fanto--Morrie J. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 91:15, p.1
10/14/1994 Children discuss ideas about computer links; photo.
17 Price Laboratory School class will be among three in nation to participate in live video teleconference October 12
Public Relations News Release 1994:92, p.1
10/7/1994 Fourth graders at Price Lab are among three classes in the nation to participate in a teleconference to help determine the route of the "information highway".
18 Regents approve faculty promotions, tenure
Campus News Network 4:17, p.1
4/25/1994 Faculty members receiving promotions and tenure.
19 Diane McCarty
Campus News Network 3:17, p.3
5/3/1993 Publishes article on geography games.
20 A subject that is really going places
Public Relations News Release 1992:198, p.1
11/16/1992 Diane McCarty works hard to have her students know and understand geography in the United States.
21 'Water' focus for Geography Awareness Week November 15-21 at University of Northern Iowa and throughtout state and nation
Public Relations News Release 1992:193, p.1
11/11/1992 Governor Terry Branstad has proclaimed National Geography Awareness Week in Iowa. The theme will be "Geography: Reflections on Water".
22 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1992:185, p.1
11/9/1992 Geography Awareness Week, water day, and the geography fair are topics for discussion this week.
23 'Kids Network' combines interdisciplinary learning opportunities with leading edge technology
Public Relations News Release 1992:99, p.1
10/19/1992 Elementary students in several dozen classrooms in Iowa are using "Kids Network'. This network is a technology supported science program including experiences in social science, cultural studies, language arts, communication skills, and mathematics
24 Gov, Branstad visits campus; seeks to relate to UNI
Northern Iowan 89:12, p.1
10/9/1992 Governor tours ICN facilities; photo.
25 Bart Simpson¿ A man of the world?
Public Relations News Release 1991:630, p.1
5/11/1992 Diane McCarty has a classroom geography activity involving travel by stuffed animals with backpacks flying to different destination.
26 The next best thing to being there.
Public Relations News Release 1991:375, p.1
2/10/1992 Diane McCarty reports that new research findings indicate students immersed in the culture of an ethnic group learn more about foreign countries than those who merely study the geographical information.
27 University of Northern Iowa's Price Lab School to host geography bee for students in fourth through eighth grades (Thursday) December 5
Public Relations News Release 1991:237, p.1
11/25/1991 Children in grades four thru eight, interested in people and places, are invited to the fourth annual geography bee at the Price Lab School. The winner will advance to state competition.
28 Geographic Alliance of Iowa headquartered at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:221, p.1
11/13/1991 The goal of the Geographic Alliance of Iowa is getting teachers interested in geography. The Alliance is funded by a $25,000 grant from the National Geographic Society.
29 Innovative ways to teach geography brought to classroom by University of Northern Iowa Prof
Public Relations News Release 1991:201, p.1
11/7/1991 Diane McCarty attended the National Geographic Society's Summer Geography Institute. In addition to sharing what she learned with her students, she will also lead three workshops for her colleagues.
30 Teachers can find variety of summer professional development workshops at Price Lab School
Public Relations News Release 1990:563, p.1
5/13/1991 UNI offers summer workshops for elementary and middle school teachers at Price Lab.
31 Students from different school settings "grow' to appreciate each other
Public Relations News Release 1990:529, p.1
4/26/1991 Fourth graders from rural, urban, and university laboratory school systems learn about each other.
32 Students from three grade schools show parents how the 'G.R.O.W."
Public Relations News Release 1990:500, p.1
4/18/1991 Fourth graders from three schools demonstrated to parents a program to help students appreciate others by growing, reaching, opening, and wondering. Liz Mathis will address the group.
33 Fourth graders from urban, rural, laboratory schools celebrate African-American history at Grant Elementary February 20
Public Relations News Release 1990:345, p.1
2/12/1991 Walt Cunningham, Dave Latta, Andy Keller, and Diana Fortenberry will meet with fourth grade students from three area schools to discuss African-American history.
34 Students from rural, urban, and lab schools 'grow' together
Public Relations News Release 1990:310, p.1
1/1/1991 Fourth grade students have partners in nearby schools.
35 Family math--it's not just for students anymore
Public Relations News Release 1990:133, p.1
10/22/1990 Kathi Latta reports that families need to be involved in children if they are to do well in math.
36 Family math night planned for Price Lab, Grant Elementary October 23 & 25
Public Relations News Release 1990:135, p.1
10/18/1990 Fourth grade students and their parents meet to focus on learning mathematics together. Kathi Latta is one of the instructors.

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