William Slattery, PHD

Department:
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Title:
Professor
Address:
Brehm Laboratory 271, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Academics

Teaching: 

Fall Semester

  • EES 6150: Global Change for Teachers, 3 Hrs
  • ED 7400: MST Project Development, 1 Hr

Spring Semester

  • EES 3460: Earth Systems, 3 Hrs
  • EES 4460/6460: Sequence Stratigraphy, 3 Hrs
Research statement: 
  • Teacher Education:
    Studies to determine the critical elements involved in Earth Science teacher education. Development of inquiry activities to involve elementary and secondary school students in learning Earth Science.
  • Teachers as Partners In Research:
    Classroom teachers are active participants in scientific iniquiry, taking part in faculty field studies in geology as part of the Master of Science Teaching program.
  • Sequence Stratigraphy of Active Margins:
    Field based studies are being undertaken to determine the relationships between Paleozoic strata deposited in the Appalachian Foreland Basin and similar age strata in Ohio, Indiana, and the Michigan Basin.
  • Sequence Stratigraphy of Passive Margins:
    Detailed sequence stratigraphic studies of the Atlantic Coastal Plain and the Southeastern United States are in progress to determine the nature and paleontology of sequence boundaries of late Cretaceous age in order to descrininate between eustatic change of sea-level or tectonics as the first order mechanism for the development of genetically related stratigraphic units.
Students Advised: 

Student Theses and Dissertations

Ph.D. Dissertation Supervision

Marty Becker Ph.D Earth and Environmental Sciences, City University of New York Committee Member  Dissertation:  Tracing Santonian, Campanian and Maastrichtian Transgressive Unconformities in Atlantic and Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain Outcrops through the Use of Chondrichthyan Lag Deposits  

M.S. Thesis Supervision

Tonja Fitzgerald MS Department of Geological Sciences. Thesis Committee.  Comparison of the Depositional and Diagenetic Histories of Two Cores from Andros Island, Bahamas

David J. Patterson MS Department of Geological Sciences. Thesis Committee.  The Effects of Sedimentary Characteristic Variation on the Spacial Distribution of Permeability for Carboniferous Fluvial Facies in Jackson County, Ohio

Steve Edlavitch MS Department of Geological Sciences. Thesis Committee.  Constraints of Time-Domain Electromagnetic Techniques in the Study of South Florida Aquifers

David Fishman MS Department of Geological Sciences. Thesis Committee. Geologic Controls of a Wellhead Protection Program

Cullen Erbacher MS Department of Geological Sciences. Thesis Committee Chair,  Strontium Isotope Analysis of Mississippian and Pennsylvanian Shark Teeth of Northeastern Ohio and Western Indiana

Master of Science in Teaching (Earth Science) Project Supervision

From August 1, 1994 to January 1, 2007 the total number of MST projects supervised totals 127.

Professional

Publications: 

Chapters in Books

  1. Slattery, William, Mayer, Victor, Klemm, Barbara (2002) Using the Internet in Earth Systems Investigations. In Global Science Literacy: The International Standard for Science Literacy. Victor J. Mayer, Editor. Chapter 6, pg. 93-107. Kluwer Academic Publishers/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY 10013-1578, USA
  2. Basista, Beth; Mathews, Susann; Tomlin, James; Farrell, Ann; Lunsford, Suzanne; Slattery, William. (2004). Impact of Multi-Dimensional Collaboration and Dual Appointments on Teacher Preparation. In S. Wagner & S. P. Meiring (Eds.), The Story of SUSTAIN: Models of Reform in Teacher Education. Columbus, OH: The Ohio Resource Center.

Web Models Developed

Slattery, William (2005) Assessment in Introductory Geoscience Courses. A Website for Teaching Assistants and Faculty. The Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College

Refereed Articles
*denotes student author

  1. Slattery, William (1995). Depositional Cycles and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Upper Hamilton Group (Givetian) of Pennsylvania and New York. Eustatically Driven? Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences, v.17, n.4, pp. 422-30.
  2. Slattery, William (1996). Seashell Science. The Science Teacher, v.63, n. 3, pp. 56-61
  3. Slattery, William (1996). A Course for Training Pre-service Elementary Teachers in the Content and Processes of Earth Science. Journal of Geological Education, v.44, n.3, pp. 259-261.
  4. Slattery, William (1996). A Co-operative Instructional Strategy to Teach Geoscience Methodology. Contribution to The STRATegy COLUMN for Precollege Science Teachers, Journal of Geological Education, v. 44, n. 5, pp. 457-460.
  5. Becker, Martin A., Slattery, William, and Chamberlain, John (1996). Reworked Campanian and Maastrichtian Macrofossils in a Sequence Bounding, Transgressive Lag Deposit, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences, v.18, n.3, pp.243-252.
  6. Prave, A.R., Duke, W.L., and Slattery, William (1996). A Depositional Model for Storm and Tide-influenced Prograding Siliciclastic Shorelines from the Middle Devonian of the Central Appalachian Foreland Basin, U.S.A. Sedimentology v.43, n.4 pp.611-629.
  7. Slattery, William (1996). Earthquakes, Volcanoes and the Information Superhighway: Meeting National Science Standards by Using Real-Time Data in the Earth Science Classroom Science Activities, Classroom Projects and Curriculum Ideas v.33, n.3, pp. 8-12.
  8. Becker, Martin A., Slattery, William, and Finegan-Stoll, Colleen (1998). City Rocks and National Standards. Science Activities, Classroom Projects and Curriculum Ideas. v.34, n. 4, pp. 23-27.
  9. Slattery, William, Hundley, Stacey*, Finegan-Stoll, Colleen, and Becker, Martin A. (1998) Collecting Science in a Net Learning and Leading with Technology v. 26, n.1, pp. 25-30.
  10. Becker, Martin A, Slattery, William, and Chamberlain, John (1998). Mixing of Santonian and Campanian Chondrichthyan and Ammonite Macrofossils along a Transgressive Lag Deposit, Greene County, Western Alabama Southeastern Geology v. 37, n.4, pp. 205-216.
  11. Slattery, William, Becker, Martin A., and Plank, Cynthia*. (1999) A Gateway Website to Provide Earth System Science Internet Activities for K-12 Teachers. Journal of Geoscience Education v.47, n.5, pp.462-467.
  12. Becker, Martin A, Meier, Jessica, Slattery, William (1999). Spiral Coprolites from the Upper Cretaceous Wenonah/Mount Laurel and Navesink Formations in the Northern Coastal Plain of New Jersey. Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences v.21, no.3, pp. 181-187.
  13. Slattery, William, Brame, Roderic (2003) Supporting the Standards: A Master’s Degree Program for K-12 Teacher Professional Development. Journal of Geoscience Education v.51 n.3 pp. 285-289.
  14. Slattery, William, Myers, Robert J. Kunk, Kelly* (2004) Ripples of Learning: A Middle School Teacher's Application of Content and Pedagogy Learned in the ESSEA Online Earth System Science Course. Journal of Earth System Science Education, 1 (Article), JESSE-04-400-06, 2004 Journal of Earth Systems Science Education
  15. Schwerin, Theresa G.;Botti, James; Dauksys, Claudia; Low, Russanne; Myers, Robert; Slattery, William. (2006) Earth System Science Education Alliance: On-Line Professional Development for K-12 Teachers Journal of Geoscience Education v. 54 n.3 p, 215-222 May 2006.
  16. Lunsford, Suzanne K. Slattery, William (2006) An Interactive Environmental Science Course for Pre-Education Science Students: Phase I: Fieldwork/Field Trips; Phase II: Data Evaluation/Laboratory Experience; and Phase III: Internet Course and Web Conferences. Journal of Chemical Education v.83 n.2 p. 233-236.
  17. Lunsford, Suzanne; Slattery William; Speelman, Nicole (2007) Characterizing Water Quality In Their Community: An Effective Campus Field Trip Journal of Chemical Education v.84, n.6 p.1027-1030.
  18. Slattery, William; Teed, Rebecca; Cole, Tiffany* (2007) A Multi-Disciplinary Earth Systems Course Designed for Pre-Service Middle School Teachers Journal of Geoscience Education v.55 n.3 p.218-221.
  19. Becker, Martin A.; Buhl, Dieter; Chamberlain, John A., Jr.; Seidemann, David E.; Slattery, William (2008) Strontium Isotopic Signatures in the Enameloid and Dentine of Upper Cretaceous Shark Teeth from Western Alabama: Paleoecologic and Geochronologic Implications Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology Vol. 264, no. 1-2.pp.188-194 Amsterdam: Elsevier, Jul., 07 2008.
  20. Judy Lambert; Mandy Monroe-Stasiuk; Kevin Czajkowski; Theresa Benko; Bradley Shellito; Mikell Lynne Hedley; William Slattery; Scott Sheridan, Carolyn Merry and Janet Struble (2008) SATELLITES: Students and Teachers Exploring Local Landscapes to Interpret the Earth from Space. Journal of Geoscience Education v.56 n.5 p.383-393.
  21. Lunsford, Suzanne; Nedunuri, Kumar; Slattery, William (2008); “Assessing Pre-service Middle School Teachers Science Education Utilizing an Outdoor Field Experience to Demonstrate Chemical Equilibrium Concepts” Chemical Educator, v.13 n.4 p.214-219.
  22. Teed, Rebecca; Slattery, William (2011) Changes in Geologic Time Understanding in a Class for Pre-service Teachers. Journal of Geoscience Education v.59 n.3 p.151-162.

Abstracts, published and presented at professional meetings
*denotes student author

  1. Slattery, William (1992). Sequence Stratigraphy of the Middle Devonian Mahantango Formation in Northeastern Pennsylvania and Adjacent New York. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Abstracts with programs v. 24, n.3, pp.76-77.
  2. Becker, Martin A.; Slattery, William (1995). Campanian-Maestrichtian Lag Deposit Formation in Response to Sea Level Fluctuation, Northern and Central Coastal Plain, New Jersey. Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Abstracts with programs. v. 27, n.1, p. 29.
  3. Slattery, William, O’Brien, John (1995). "The Box" A collaborative Learning Exercise to Teach Abstract Concepts in the Geosciences. Geological Society of America Northcentral-southcentral Section Abstracts with programs v. 27, n.3, p. 85.
  4. Slattery, William, Plank, Cynthia*(1995). Field Research and the Training of Preservice Teachers. Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs v. 27, n.6, p. 354.
  5. Becker, Martin A., Slattery, William, Chamberlain, John (1996). Paleontological Implications of Reworked Santonian, Campanian, and Maestrichtian Macrofossils in Transgressive Lag Deposits of the Atlantic and Eastern Gulf Coastal Plains Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts of Papers, The Paleontological Society at the University of Tennessee, Dept. of Geological Sciences. Knoxville, TN, United States. 1996.The Paleontological Society Special Publication Number 8, p. 27.
  6. Becker, Martin A., Slattery, William (1996). Authigenic Mineral Growth in Fossil Bones and Teeth: Laboratory Identification and Dissolution Techniques. New Jersey Academy of Science Program and Abstracts, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.
  7. Slattery, William, Tomlin, James, Basista, Beth, and Ramey-Gassert, Linda (1996). Science Education Reform at Wright State University. National Science Teachers Association Eastern Area/ Science Teachers Association of Ontario 1996 Program
  8. Becker; Martin A, Slattery, William, and Chamberlain, John (1996). Sr87/Sr86 Isotopic Ages of Upper Cretaceous Chondrichthyan Teeth from the Atlantic and Eastern Coastal Plains: Implications for Sea-level Cyclicity and Macrofossil Time-Averaging. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 28, n. 7, p.186.
  9. Slattery, William (1996). Determining the Location and Nature of Tectonic Plate Boundaries Using Real-time Data in a Geology Course for Preservice Elementary and Middle School Teachers. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 28, n.7, p.397.
  10. Ramey-Gassert, Linda, Tomlin, James, Basista, Beth, and Slattery, William, (1996). Further Development of a Comprehensive Undergraduate Science Education Program for Elementary and Middle School Teachers. Presented at the Association For the Education of Teachers in Science (AETS) Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio January 11, 1997.
  11. Slattery, William and Becker, Martin, A. (1997). Poptops, Clamshells, and Roadkills. Teaching Paleontology by Analogy. Geological Society of America Northeast Section Abstracts with Programs v.29, n.1, p. 80.
  12. Slattery, William and Becker, Martin, A. (1997). Using the Internet to Disseminate Earth Science Activities Correlated with National and Ohio Science Education Standards. Invited paper for the symposium Engaging the National Science Standards. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v.29, n.6, p.122.
  13. Hundley, Stacey*, and Slattery, William (1998). Earth Science Outreach Using the World-Wide Web in Association With National and State Science Education Standards Geological Society of America North-central Section Abstracts with Programs v.30, n.2, p.24.
  14. Slattery, William, Becker, Martin A., and Plank, Cynthia* (1998) Priming the Pump: Providing Interactive, Interdisciplinary Earth Systems Activities for K-12 Classrooms Via the Internet. Presented at the national meeting of the Geological Society of America, Toronto, Canada October 29, 1998. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v.30, n.7, p.389.
  15. Slattery, William (1998) Using Internet Data and Resource Sites in a Science Methods Class for Pre-Service Elementary and Middle School Teachers. Presented at the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science International Meeting. January 9, 1998 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  16. Slattery, William, Hundley, Stacey*, Tomlin, James, Basista, Beth, Ramey, Linda, and Becker, Martin, A., (1998) Teachers Will Teach as They've Been Taught: Pre-Service Teacher Earth Science Education as a Key to Developing K-12 Sustainability Curricula. Invited paper for the symposium Developing Sustainibility Curricula: A Challenge for Earth Science Educators. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v.30, n.7 p.199
  17. Becker, Martin A, Meier, Jessica, Slattery, William (1999). Spiral Coprolites from the Upper Cretaceous Wenonah/Mount Laurel and Navesink Formations in the Northern Coastal Plain of New Jersey. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America. v. 31, n. 2. p. 4.
  18. Plank, Cynthia*, Rose, Emily*, Slattery, William, and Hundley, Stacey* (1999) A Dynamic Website to Provide Hands-On Earth Science Activities Using Near Real-Time Data for K-12 Teachers and their Classrooms Geological Society of America North-central Section Abstracts with Programs v.31, n. 5 p.49.
  19. Slattery, William, Plank, Cynthia*, (1999). The Silicon Swamp: Enriching K-12 Field Trips to Cedar Bog by Archiving Earth System Data and Inquiry Activities on an Internet Homepage for Teacher and Student Use. Presented at the national meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, Colorado October 23-26, 1999 GSA Abstracts with Programs v. 31, n.7 p.212
  20. Becker; Martin A, Slattery, William, (1999). Bimodal Age Distribution of Chondrichtyan Teeth in a Transgressive Lag Deposit Determined by Strontium Isotopic Ratios: An Example from the Upper Cretaceous of Alabama, U.S.A. Presented at the national meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, Colorado October 26, 1999 GSA Abstracts with Programs v. 31, n.7 p.234
  21. Stambaugh, Beverly Diane*; Carney, Cynthia; Slattery, William, (2000). A Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis of the Breathitt Group in Eastern Kentucky. Geological Society of America, North-central Section Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 6-7, 2000. GSA Abstracts with Program V.32, n.4, p. A62
  22. Slattery, William; Agrawal, Abinash, (2000). Using Technology to Deliver K-12 Teacher Professional Development Presented at the Geological Society of America, North-central Section Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 6-7, 2000. GSA Abstracts with Program V.32, n.4, p. A60
  23. Slattery, William, (2000). Technology: The Key to Sustainable Changes in K-12 Education. Presented at the Eleventh International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. April 13, 2000. Jacksonville Fla. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on College Teaching and Learning
  24. Slattery, William, (2000). Increasing Geology Department Enrollment by Means of a Graduate Program in Earth Science for K-12 Teachers. A Win-Win Situation. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, November, 2000, Reno, Nevada. GSA Abstracts with Program V.32, n.7, p.77
  25. Botti, James; Slattery, William, (2000). On-line Earth Systems Courses for K-12 Teachers: Augmenting Professional Development in Content, Pedagogy, and Technology. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, November, 2000, Reno, Nevada. GSA Abstracts with Program V.32, n.7, p.73-4
  26. Slattery, William, (2001). On-line Professional Development for Ohio’s K-12 Educators: A Key to Student Success on the Ohio Graduation Test. Presented to The National Association of Science Teachers Regional Meeting (SECO), February 16, 2001, Cincinnati, Ohio. Science Education Council of Ohio Program V.24, p.33
  27. Porter, William; Slattery, William, (2001). Infusing Geography into Undergraduate and Graduate Courses for K-12 Teachers. Presented to The Association of American Geographers National Meeting in New York City, March 2, 2001. The Association of American Geographers Program p. 200.
  28. Slattery, William (2001). On-Line Courses for Teacher Professional Development. Invited presentation to the 13th Annual International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Florida, April 19, 2001
  29. Slattery, William; Mullen, Kimberly* (2001). Using Internet Technology to Deliver an Inquiry-Based Earth Systems Course Designed for Middle School Teachers. Presented at the Geological Society of America, North-central Section Meeting, Normal, Illinois, April 24, 2001. GSA Abstracts with Program V.33, n.4, p.43
  30. Botti, James and Slattery, William (2001) Designing the Future: On-Line Earth Systems Courses for K-12 Teacher Professional Development. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, November, 2001, Boston, Massachusetts. GSA Abstracts with Program V.33, n.6 p.351
  31. Brame, Roderic and Slattery, William (2001) Implementing the Standards: Inquiry Based Field Experiences for Pre-Service High School Earth Science Teachers. Invited Presentation, Geological Society of America National Meeting, November, 2001, Boston, Massachusetts. GSA Abstracts with Program V.33, n.6 p. 177</li>
  32. Slattery, William (2001) Facilitation of the ESSEA On-line Course for Middle School Teachers: A Key to Retention and Learning. Invited Presentation American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 2001 Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl.,p.F234 Abstract ED12B-0172
  33. Slattery, William; Niekamp, Francesca* (2002) Impact of the ESSEA On-Line Courses for K-12 Teachers on the Science Curricula in a Rural Ohio K-12 School District. Invited Presentation to the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 6th, 2002. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl.,p.F329 Abstract ED61A-0011
  34. Slattery, William (2003) Linking K-12 Teacher Professional Development To Inquiry-Based Learning in K-12 Classrooms. Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting, March, 2003, Kansas City, Missouri. GSA Abstracts with Program V.35, n.2 pg.10
  35. Myers, Robert J.; Davis, Hilarie B.; Botti, James A.; Slattery, William (2003) A Professional Development Model for K-4 Earth Systems Science Teachers. American Educational Research Association Chicago, Illinois, April 2003
  36. Scheerschmidt, Julie*; Slattery, William (2003) Sun, Sand and Science: An Inquiry-based Ocean Study in a Fourth Grade Class. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, November 4, 2003, Seattle, Washington. GSA Abstracts with Program V.35, no. 6, pg. 362
  37. Slattery, William (2003) Using an ESSEA Earth Systems Science Course in a Web Enhanced Setting For Pre-Service Middle School Teachers. Invited Presentation to the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 8th, 2003. Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl.,p.F415 Abstract ED12B-0134
  38. Walsh, Tracie*; Kunk, Kelly*; Slattery, William. (2004) Extending K-12 Student Content Understandings through Authentic Research Experiences. Presentation to the Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting, April 2, 2004, St. Louis, Missouri. GSA Abstracts with Program V.36, no. 3 pg.40
  39. Treworgy, Janis D., Vaiden, Robert C., Greenberg, Sallie E., Plank, Cynthia, Walsh, Tracie*, and Slattery, William (2004) Bringing Geology Into K-12 Curriculum Through a Woolly Mammoth Excavation On a College Campus. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, November 9, 2004, Denver, Colorado. GSA Abstracts with Program V.36, no. 5 pg.420
  40. Davis, Craig* and Slattery, William (2005) Using Student Assessment In An Introductory Geology Laboratory Course to Drive Curricular Change. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, October 16, 2005, Salt Lake City, Utah. GSA Abstracts with Program V.37, no. 7 pg.120
  41. Brame, Roderic I. and Slattery, William, (2005) Building Scientific Literacy for Geologic Time. Presented to the Geological Society of America National Meeting, October 16, 2005, Salt Lake City, Utah. GSA Abstracts with Program V.37, no. 7 pg.153
  42. Low, Rusanne; Reap, M.; Slattery, William; Crannell, J. (2005) Achieving Excellence in K-12 Earth Science Education: The Critical Role of Geoscientists. Presented to the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 8th, 2005. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl.,p.F10 Abstract U11C-07
  43. Low, Rusanne, Slattery, William (2006) Forging a New Future: Harnessing the Power of Science Digital Libraries for Pre-service and In-service Teacher Education. Association for Science Teacher Education International Conference, Portland, Oregon, January 12-14, 2006
  44. Teed, Rebecca, Slattery, William (2006) Using Content Pre- and Post-Testing In A Geoscience Class For Pre-service Teachers. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America Vol. 38, no. 4. p.11 Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America (GSA), April 2006
  45. Slattery, William (2006) A Web Based Assessment Module For Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants Teaching Introductory Geoscience Courses. Abstracts with Programs Geological Society of America Vol. 38, no. 4. p.12 Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America (GSA) April 2006
  46. Slattery, William (2006) Science Education Reform, High Stakes Testing and the Role of Earth and Space Science in Pre-service Teacher Preparation (Invited Presentation) Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, October, 2006 in Abstracts of the Geological Society of America Volume 38, number, p. 396
  47. Cole, Tiffany*; Teed, Rebecca; Slattery, William (2006) Earth Systems: a Course Designed to Build Earth Science Content and Pedagogy in Pre-service Middle-School Teachers. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, October, 2006 in: Abstracts of the Geological Society of America Volume 38, number 7, p. 397
  48. Cole, Tiffany*; Slattery, William; Teed, Rebecca (2006) Alignment of Content and Pedagogy in an Earth Systems Course for Pre-Service Middle School Teachers. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 15th, 2006 in Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., p.F675 Abstract ED53B-0862
  49. Slattery, William; Teed Rebecca; Low Rusanne (2007) Three sciences- Two Years- One Solution- Using the Earth System Science Education Alliance On-line Course to build K-12 Teacher Earth System Science Content and Pedagogical Knowledge. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 13th, 2007 in Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., p. F714 Abstract ED44A-02
  50. Lunsford, Suzanne; Slattery William (2008) A Three Phase Inquiry-Based Model for K-12 Teachers. Sixth volume of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Jan 5, 2008 CD ROM(ISSN# 1541-5880) page 28.
  51. Slattery, William; Brown Dustin* (2008) Using ESSEA Modules, Local Event Studies and Personal Learning Experiences in an Earth Systems Science Course for Pre-Service Middle School Teachers. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 15th, 2008 in Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., p.F831 Abstract ED11A-0573
  52. Erbacher, Cullen J.,* and Slattery, William. (2009) Strontium Isotope Analysis of Petalodus Ohioensis Dentary and the Effect on Habitat Interpretation. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America Vol. 41, no. 4. p.58 Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America (GSA), Apr. 2009.
  53. Slattery, William, Craig Davis* (2009). The Assessment of Student Logical Thinking Skills Needed to Build Scientific Literacy and Proficiencies for STEM Careers: Implications for Key Aspects of Geoscience Expertise. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon October, 2009 in: Abstracts of the Geological Society of America Volume 41, number 7
  54. Slattery, William, Suzanne Lunsford. (2009) Meeting the Vision of the National Science Education Standards for K-12 Teacher Professional Development: Journeys through Space and Time, Invited Presentation. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 14th, 2009 in Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract ED11B-02
  55. Teasdale, R, Budd, D, Cervato, C, Iverson, E, Kraft, K. J. van der Hoeven, Manduca, C, MCConnell, D. A., Mcdaris, J.R., Murray, D. P, and Slattery, W. (2011) Enhancing Student-centered Teaching Practices: Approaches Developed on the New Cutting Edge Geosciences RTOP Website GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 43, No. 5.
  56. Slattery, W., Davis, C., Teed, R. (2011) What do They Bring to the Table? Determining the Logical Thinking Skills of Students Beginning an Earth Science General Education Course GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 43, No. 5.
  57. Teed, R., Williams, T. Slattery, W. (2011) Increases in Scientific Logical Thinking Skills in a Program for Pre-service Teachers GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 43, No. 5.
  58. Slattery, William; Jacomet, Patrick; Lunsford, Suzanne, Suttle, Christy; Grove, Robert; Teed, Rebecca (2011) Project STONE: A Partnership Between Academia, Business and Government to Build a Pathway to STEM Careers for K-12 Students. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, December 5th, 2011, Abstract ED14A-05
  59. Moore, Saralyn; Slattery, William; Lunsford, Suzanne (2012) Tons of Learning: Engaging pK-8 Students in Earth Science. Geological Society of America North-Central Section meeting, Dayton, Ohio April 2012 Abstracts and Program v.44 n.5 p.60

Papers published in Official Proceedings

  1. Slattery, William (1997) Teaching the Nature of Science in a College Earth Science Class Designed for Preservice Elementary and Middle School Teachers. The Proceedings of the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science. Cincinnati, Ohio
  2. Slattery, William, Antonucci, Claire, Becker, Martin (1999) Sun, Sand, and Science: Enhancing K-12 Science Education by Incorporating Inquiry Based Marine Science Into the Curriculum. The Geological Association of New Jersey Field Guide and Annual Proceedings v.16, pp.144-155.
  3. Slattery, William; Mathews, Susann, (2000) Cyberbog-Extending the Interdisciplinary Activity that Starts with Field Trips. Presented at the National meeting of the Association of the Education of Teachers in Science. Akron, Ohio January 8, 2000 Association of the Education of Teachers in Science Conference Proceedings
  4. Priesendorf, Carl; Treworgy, Janis; Slattery, William (2003) Kansas City on the Rocks: Geology Field Trip for K-16 Teachers. In: Geologic Field Trips in the Greater Kansas City Area, (Western Missouri, Northeastern Kansas, and Southeastern Nebraska. Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey and Resource Assessment Division Special Publication Number 11.

Unpublished presentations given at professional conferences

  1. Slattery, William, (2000). Facilitating On-line Courses in Earth Systems Professional Development for K-12 Educators. Presented to the Earth System Science Education Association, June, 2000. Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, West Virginia.
  2. Slattery, William (2001) Facilitating On-line Courses. Invited Presentation to Earth System Science Alliance Annual Meeting, National Academy of Sciences Eric Johnson Center, Woods Hole Ma. June 7, 2001
  3. Slattery, William (2001) Building an On-line Learning Community. Invited Presentation for The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, WV. July 18, 2001
  4. Slattery, William (2002) Supporting the Revolution: An Inquiry–Based Graduate Program in Earth /Space Science for K-12 Educators. Presented at the Coalition for Earth Systems Education Meeting, Greenbelt, Md. January, 2002
  5. Prince, Bonnie, L., Snyder, Conrad, Wesley, Jr.; Slattery, William (2002) Making Sense of Science Over Time: Discourses and Resources Among Teachers of Earth Science. Presented to the Georgetown University Round Table, March 7, 2002
  6. Slattery, William (2002) Wright State University and the Earth System Science Educational Alliance: A Progress Report. Presentation to NASA Educational Directors Committee Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland May 15, 2002
  7. Slattery, William (2002) Facilitating On-line Courses. Invited Presentation to Earth System Science Education Alliance Annual Meeting, National Academy of Sciences Eric Johnson Center, Woods Hole Ma. June 6, 2002
  8. Slattery, William (2004) Combining ESSEA On-Line Courses in Earth System Science with Field Based Earth System Science to Provide Long-Term Professional Development for K-12 Teachers. NASA Earth Science Visioning Meeting Monterey California, November, 2004
  9. Slattery, William (2007) Facilitating on-line Courses to Build Learning Communities. Presentation to Earth System Science Education Alliance Annual Meeting at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, June 2007
  10. Slattery, William; Teed Rebecca (2009) Using ESSEA Modules, Local Event Studies and Personal Learning Experiences in an Earth Systems Science Course for Preservice Middle School Teachers. Presentation to Earth System Science Education Alliance Annual Meeting at the Biosphere II, Oracle Arizona, June 2009
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