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Methods For Teaching Elementary School Science

Author : Joseph M. Peters
ISBN : 0131715992
Genre : Education
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For Elementary Science Methods courses. Streamlined to be more manageable in limited class time, the new edition of Methods for Teaching Elementary School Science has been crafted to be the text that best prepares pre-service teachers for today's science classroom. It accomplishes this by clearly modeling inquiry teaching and addressing the realities of the contemporary science classroom.

Teaching Elementary School Science

Author : Paul Eduard Kambly
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033394573
Genre : Education
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Science Stories Science Methods For Elementary And Middle School Teachers

Author : Janice Koch
ISBN : 9781305960725
Genre : Business & Economics
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SCIENCE STORIES helps preservice and inservice teachers contextualize what it looks like to engage their students in meaningful science experiences. Using narratives about science teaching and learning in real-world classrooms, this text demonstrates learning, important content, and strategies in action. Author Janice Koch's approach guides teachers in discovering and exploring their scientific selves, enabling them to learn from students' experiences and become effective scientific explorers in their own classrooms. Featuring connections to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), the text empowers teachers to infuse science into their own classrooms by answering such questions as, “Where do I start?” and “How do I use the new standards?” SCIENCE STORIES contains comprehensive chapters on key science disciplinary core ideas, such as life science, physical science, and earth and space science, as well as a chapter that considers student assessment and self-assessment. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

A Comparison Of Three Methods Of Teaching Elementary School Science Involving Programmed Learning

Author : William D. Hedges
ISBN : UOM:39015070539427
Genre : Science
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Your Science Classroom Becoming An Elementary Middle School Science Teacher

Author : M. Jenice Goldston
ISBN : 9781412975223
Genre : Education
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Your Science Classroom: Becoming an Elementary / Middle School Science Teacher, by authors M. Jenice “Dee” Goldston and Laura Downey, is a core teaching methods textbook for use in elementary and middle school science methods courses. Designed around a practical, “practice-what-you-teach” approach to methods instruction, the text is based on current constructivist philosophy, organized around 5E inquiry, and guided by the National Science Education Teaching Standards.

Concepts And Inquiries For Teaching Elementary School Science

Author : Joseph M. Peters
ISBN : 0131715984
Genre : Education
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For Elementary Science Methods courses. Crafted to be the resource that best prepares pre-service teachers for today's science classroom, Concepts and Inquiries for Teaching Elementary School Science models inquiry teaching, addresses the realities of contemporary science classrooms, and provides guidelines about the materials teachers need to initiate and manage your own inquiry-based science classroom.

Elementary Mathematics And Science Methods

Author : Gerald W. Foster
ISBN : 0534515797
Genre : Education
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Using constructivist theory and inquiry learning methods, Foster presents a text that both meets national standards and satisfies the needs of this emerging market. This book will appeal to those who have embraced the NCTCM standards and the reform philosophy of using collaborative learning, real-world applications, and the discovery method for teaching math and science concepts. Students learn how to teach children about math through science, and science through math. Parallels are drawn between the two subjects to make them applicable to everyday life. Foster shows the student how to encourage learning in their students (teaching how to learn) rather than merely teaching their students what to learn (i.e., memorization). The text uses practical activities for students to use in their future classroom to facilitate learning and create inquisitive learners.

Mathematics Methods For Elementary And Middle School Teachers

Author : Mary M. Hatfield
ISBN : 0470136294
Genre : Mathematics
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Always on the cutting-edge of mathematics teaching, the new Sixth Edition continues to integrate technology with hands-on experience and the latest research and standards. The CD packaged with this book features videos with guiding questions to analyze real teacher-student interaction in the hard-to-teach math concepts. It also includes colored patterns to download that will help readers practice hands-on manipulations as they prepare for interactive test items.

Science Teaching Reconsidered

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 0309175445
Genre : Education
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Effective science teaching requires creativity, imagination, and innovation. In light of concerns about American science literacy, scientists and educators have struggled to teach this discipline more effectively. Science Teaching Reconsidered provides undergraduate science educators with a path to understanding students, accommodating their individual differences, and helping them grasp the methods--and the wonder--of science. What impact does teaching style have? How do I plan a course curriculum? How do I make lectures, classes, and laboratories more effective? How can I tell what students are thinking? Why don't they understand? This handbook provides productive approaches to these and other questions. Written by scientists who are also educators, the handbook offers suggestions for having a greater impact in the classroom and provides resources for further research.

The Really Useful Elementary Science Book

Author : Jeffrey W. Bloom
ISBN : 9781136948114
Genre : Education
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Amongst the challenges that elementary teachers may often face as they introduce their students to science is the need to maintain a solid understanding of the many scientific concepts and details themselves. This indispensible resource, intended for pre- and in-service elementary school teachers, provides concise and comprehensible explanation of key concepts across science disciplines. Organized around the National Science Education Standards, the book tackles the full range of the elementary curriculum including life sciences, ecological sciences, physical sciences, and earth sciences. Although not a methods text, the clear and accessible definitions offered by veteran teacher educator Jeffrey Bloom will nonetheless help teachers understand science concepts to the degree to which they can develop rich and exciting inquiry approaches to exploring these concepts with children. Perfect as a companion to any elementary science methods textbook or as a stand alone reference for practitioners, The Really Useful Elementary Science Book is a resource teachers will want to reach for again and again.

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