Reforming Secondary Science Instruction

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Julie Gess-Newsome, Julie Luft, Randy L. Bell
NSTA Press, 2009 - Education - 127 pages
Every chapter offers the opportunity to assess teaching techniques and find room for improvement. Whether you are early in your career or a seasoned professional, Reforming Secondary Science Instruction will help craft a workable plan for giving students the tools they need to succeed beyond the classroom.
 

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Contents

Ch2Reform One Teacher at a Time
13
Ch 3The Role of Curriculum Materials in Reform
27
Ch 4Learning From Innovative Instructional Materials and Making Them Your Own
39
Ch 5Building Leadership Teams to CreateProfessional Learning Communities in Secondary Schools
53
Ch 6Essential Partnerships in the Reform of Secondary Science
65
Ch 7Using Data to Reform Science Instruction
77
Ch 8Appropriate Practice for Linguistically Diverse Science Learners
91
Ch 9One Teachers Journey Toward Reformed Teaching
103
References
115
About the Authors
119
Index
121
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