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content material: PREFACE ; most sensible administration PRACTICES TO MITIGATE PESTICIDE RUNOFF ; 1. bettering floor WATER caliber via GROWER-LED COALITION application utilizing GIS MAPPING AND GROWER VISITS ; PARRY KLASSEN AND MICHAEL L. JOHNSON, PHD ; 2. FROM VEGETATED DITCHES TO RICE FIELDS: considering outdoors THE field FOR PESTICIDE MITIGATION ; M. T. MOORE, R. KROGER, J. L. FARRIS, M. A. LOCKE, E. R. BENNETT, D. L. DENTON, AND C. M. COOPER ; three. USE OF developed WETLANDS AS most sensible administration perform to lessen PESTICIDE so much ; ROBERT BUDD ; four. EFFICACY OF SEDIMENT BASINS FOR lowering SEDIMENT AND PYRETHROID shipping IN ALMOND ORCHARDS ; JAMES C. MARKLE, TAMARA E. WATSON, TERRY L. PRICHARD, AND P. KLASSEN ; five. administration PRACTICES FOR decreasing DISCHARGE OF PYRETHROIDS AND SEDIMENT IN IRRIGATION DRAINAGE WATER FROM ROW vegetation ; RUSSELL L. JONES AND JAMES C. MARKLE ; 6. MITIGATING PESTICIDE RUNOFF FROM NURSERIES ; JULIE NEWMAN, SALVATORE MANGIAFICO, DON MERHAUT, LAOSHENG WU, JIANHANG LU, DARREN HAVER, BEN FABER, AND JAY GAN ; 7. EFFECTIVENESS OF CULTIVATION PRACTICES to lessen THE OFF-SITE shipping OF insecticides IN RUNOFF FROM controlled TURF ; PAMELA J. RICE, BRIAN P. HORGAN, AND JENNIFER L. RITTENHOUSE ; eight. ENCOURAGING ADOPTION OF built-in PEST administration IN NON-AGRICULTURAL SETTINGS ; CHERYL A. WILEN, CHRIS A. GEIGER, AND WANDA Y. MACLACHLAN ; nine. comparability OF PESTICIDE RUNOFF FROM natural and traditional WALNUT ORCHARDS ; NICOLE DAVID, FRED THOMAS, AND DEBRA DENTON ; 10. creation OF ATRAZINE DEGRADER to reinforce RHIZODEGRADATION OF ATRAZINE ; CHUNG-HO LIN, BRIAN M. THOMPSON, HSIN-YEH HSIEH, AND ROBERT N. LERCH ; eleven. FREE-ENZYME BIOREMEDIATION OF insecticides ; COLIN SCOTT, CAMERON BEGLEY, MATTHEW J. TAYLOR, GUNJAN PANDEY, VINKO MOMIROSKI, NIGEL FRENCH, CLINT BREARLEY, STEVE E. KOTSONIS, MICHAEL J. SELLECK, FLERIDA A. CARINO, CRISTINA M. BAJET, CRAIG CLARKE, JOHN G. OAKESHOTT, AND ROBYN J. RUSSELL ; 12. EFFICACY OF A VEGETATIVE BUFFER FOR lowering the aptitude RUNOFF OF THE INSECT development REGULATOR NOVALURON ; ROBERT EVERICH, ANDREW NEWCOMBE, MARY NETT, AND JANET OLINGER ; thirteen. software tools IN ORCHARDS to minimize OFF-SITE DEPOSITION OF insecticides ; ROBERT C. EHN, DENNIS M. DUNBAR, AND TIM KSANDER ; MODELING PESTICIDE RUNOFF AND MITIGATION PRACTICES ; 14. MODELING ways FOR PESTICIDE publicity evaluation IN RICE PADDIES ; YUZHOU LUO, W. MARTIN WILLIAMS, DIRK F. younger, HIROZUMI WATANABE, JULIEN BOULANGE, AMY M. RITTER, AND THAI KHANH PHONG ; 15. MODELING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MITIGATION MEASURES at the DIAZINON LABEL ; NATHAN J. SNYDER, W. MARTIN WILLIAMS, DEBRA L. DENTON, AND CHRISTIAN BONGARD ; sixteen. ESTIMATING PESTICIDE RETENTION EFFICACY FOR EDGE-OF-FIELD BUFFERS utilizing THE RIPARIAN environment administration version (REMM) IN A SOUTHEASTERN PLAINS panorama ; THOMAS L. POTTER, R. RICHARD LOWRANCE, DAVID D. BOSCH, AND RANDALL G. WILLIAMS ; 17. comparability OF types FOR ESTIMATING THE removing OF insecticides by means of VEGETATED clear out STRIPS ; MICHAEL F. WINCHELL, RUSSELL L. JONES, AND TAMMARA L. ESTES ; 18. assets OF PYRETHROID pesticides IN CALIFORNIA'S city WATERSHEDS: A CONCEPTUAL version ; KELLY D. MORAN AND PATTI L. TENBROOK ; 19. USE OF THE EPA hurricane WATER administration version (SWMM) FOR prognosis OF PESTICIDE OFF-TARGET stream FROM RESIDENTIAL parts ; SCOTT H. JACKSON AND MICHAEL WINCHELL ; demanding situations IN preserving floor WATER caliber ; 20. THE demanding situations OF constructing AND enforcing AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENTAL administration PRACTICES ; okay. L. MERCER ; 21. nutrition security AND floor WATER caliber ; KAREN LOWELL AND MARY BIANCHI ; EDITORS' BIOGRAPHIES ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX
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For each course, students in one section were assigned an instructor-prepared formula sheet for each course exam, while students in the second section were asked to prepare their own formula sheets for these exams. The number of students in each section are given in Table I. Table I. Number of Students by Course and Section Formula Sheet Type Gen Chem I Gen Chem II Student-Prepared n = 75 n = 87 Instructor-Prepared n = 69 n = 83 Data were collected over the course of a single semester, such that students did not overlap in these courses.
Do student-prepared sheets increase knowledge retention by forcing students to evaluate the vast body of information they have studied and select only the most important pieces, aiding in information encoding? Or do students, knowing they can utilize a formula sheet of their own devising on exams, rely on these sheets as an external storage method rather than studying and learning the material? In this study the benefit of allowing students to prepare their own formula sheets was investigated. Performance on exams using student or instructor prepared sheets was compared.
Investigating Classroom Myths through Research on Teaching and Learning by Diane Bunce