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Can Leetso and Hozho' Coexist?
Uranium Education for Middle School Students

Resources

1. Arizona Academic Standards & Accountability
     www.ade.state.az.us/standards
     October 23, 2000

2. Detecting Radiation in Our Radioactive World
     American Nuclear Society
     Outreach Department
     La Grange Park, Illinois
     2000

3. Do You Know Your 3 R's? Radiation, Radioactivity & Radon
     Denver Earth Science Project
     Office of Special Programs and Continuing Education
     Colorado School of Mines
     Golden, Colorado
     1996

4. Gamma Goat in The Dangers of Uranium
     Bonnie Robinson Lipscomb
     St. Helena, California
     1999

5. Memories Come to Us in the Rain and the Wind: Oral Histories and Photographs of Navajo Uranium Miners & Their Families
     Navajo Uranium Miner Oral History and Photography Project
     Doug Brugge
     Tufts School of Medicine
     Red Sun Press
     Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
     1997

6. National Science Education Standards
     National Academy Press
     Washington, DC
     1996

7. Understanding by Design
     Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
     Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
     Alexandria, Virginia
     1998


Video Options:

Atomic Structure and Radioactivity:

Conceptual Physics with Paul Hewitt (series)
Video #33
1991

Physics in Action: Radioactivity
Video #6
1982

Too Hot to Handle?: The Nature of Radioactivity
1986

Navajo (Diné) Uranium Issues:

Hear Our Voices
Student Production
Monument Valley (UT) High School
1999

Nuclear Industry:

Time Out for Science: Benefits and Uses of Nuclear Technology
American Nuclear Society
United Learning
Evanston, Illinois
1990

Reclamation (available for free viewing from USDA Forest Service Video Library):

Coal Mining in a Multiple Use Environment
1990

Dry Mine Site Reclamation: A Progress Report
1993

Showcasing Mineral Activities
1993

			
			

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