Pathways to Scientific Teaching
Diane Ebert-May, Janet Hodder
W. H. Freeman, 2008 - Science - 212 pages
This book is based on a series of Pathways articles that illustrate effective instructional methods to help students gain conceptual understanding in ecology. It presents a philosophy of scientific teaching based on pedagogical principles designed to improve learning.
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