The Sourcebook for Teaching Science, Grades 6-12: Strategies, Activities, and Instructional Resources

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Wiley, Aug 11, 2008 - Education - 608 pages
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The Sourcebook for Teaching Science is a unique, comprehensive resource designed to give middle and high school science teachers a wealth of information that will enhance any science curriculum. Filled with innovative tools, dynamic activities, and practical lesson plans that are grounded in theory, research, and national standards, the book offers both new and experienced science teachers powerful strategies and original ideas that will enhance the teaching of physics, chemistry, biology, and the earth and space sciences.

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This is great resource especially for younger teachers just entering the profession. There are a lot of things in there that I will use Read full review


PART TWO Developing Scientific Reasoning
PART THREE Developing Scientific Understanding
Learning Science Concepts with Analogies

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Norman Herr, Ph.D., is a professor of science and computer education at California State University, Northridge. He earned his doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles, and has worked as a scientist, high school science teacher, college science instructor, science education consultant, and director of graduate programs in science education. Dr. Herr is co-author of Hands-On Physics Activities with Real-Life Applications and Hands-On Chemistry Activities with Real-Life Applications from Jossey-Bass.

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