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The Resource A few of our favorite things : teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors, edited by Patricia D. Morrell, University of Portland, USA, and Kate Popejoy, DaVinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology, USA

A few of our favorite things : teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors, edited by Patricia D. Morrell, University of Portland, USA, and Kate Popejoy, DaVinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology, USA

Label
A few of our favorite things : teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors
Title
A few of our favorite things
Title remainder
teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors
Statement of responsibility
edited by Patricia D. Morrell, University of Portland, USA, and Kate Popejoy, DaVinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology, USA
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Dewey number
507.1
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Morrell, Patricia D.,
  • Popejoy, Kate,
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  • Science
  • Science
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A few of our favorite things : teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors, edited by Patricia D. Morrell, University of Portland, USA, and Kate Popejoy, DaVinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology, USA
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Constructivism/Conceptual change. Introduction -- Reviewing constructivism / by Patricia D. Morrell -- Writing science stories to learn science / by Miriam Munck -- Air has mass : experiencing the challenge of conceptual change / by Jerine Pegg and Dawn Wiseman -- Building the learning environment needed for teaching based on constructivism and conceptual change / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Teaching for conceptual change / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Teaching for conceptual change when alternative views cannot be experimentally tested / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Nature of science. Introduction -- What's the matter anyway? Exploring content and nature of science through oobleck / by Valarie Akerson -- Shedding some light on inferences / by Randy L. Bell and Brian Hartman -- Mystery tubes / by Randy L. Bell and Allyson Rogan-Klyve -- The nature of science examined through a checks lab allegory / by Janice Koch -- Evidence of extraterrestrial life in Antarctica / by Catherine M. Koehler -- Fossil forensics / by Norman G. Lederman and Judith S. Lederman -- Who are scientists and what do scientists do? / by Adele Schepige -- Integration. Introduction -- Integrating technology into a science methods course : using NSTA's learning center / by Julie Luft -- Coriolis what? : What to do when faced with a challenging topic (with a technology twist) / by Kate Popejoy -- Electromagnetism : an inquiry lesson development / by Donna Rainboth -- Integrating writing to support scientific thinking / by Julie Kalnin and Patricia Morrell -- Scientific inquiry/engineering design. Introduction -- Science as a way of knowing / by Randy L. Bell and Tyler St. Clair -- Is this STEM? / by Kevin Carr -- Being a bird / by Judith S. Lederman and Norman G. Lederman -- Minute madness / by Mary Lightbody -- What's in the can? / by Judith Morrison -- Integrating engineering standards with the Common Core Standards and Elementary Science Performance Standards / by Barbara Rascoe and Catherine Lange -- Diversity/Differentiation. Introduction -- Considering cultural difference in science teaching / by Anne L. Kern and SueAnn Bottoms -- Teaching about the nature of science through digital scientific timelines / by Isha DeCoito -- Cultivating equitable instruction in the science classroom / by Julie Luft -- Universal design for learning (UDL) and inclusive design for learning (IDL) / by Christopher L. Atchison [and three others] -- A bubble exploration of response to intervention (RTI), tier I / by Malcolm B. Butler -- Magnetic interactions / by Mark Guy -- Observations and arguments in K-5 : the 4 seasons / by Mary Lightbody
Control code
ocn894510746
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 136 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789462097797
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-94-6209-779-7
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)894510746
Label
A few of our favorite things : teaching ideas for K-12 science methods instructors, edited by Patricia D. Morrell, University of Portland, USA, and Kate Popejoy, DaVinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology, USA
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Constructivism/Conceptual change. Introduction -- Reviewing constructivism / by Patricia D. Morrell -- Writing science stories to learn science / by Miriam Munck -- Air has mass : experiencing the challenge of conceptual change / by Jerine Pegg and Dawn Wiseman -- Building the learning environment needed for teaching based on constructivism and conceptual change / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Teaching for conceptual change / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Teaching for conceptual change when alternative views cannot be experimentally tested / by Ian J. Mitchell -- Nature of science. Introduction -- What's the matter anyway? Exploring content and nature of science through oobleck / by Valarie Akerson -- Shedding some light on inferences / by Randy L. Bell and Brian Hartman -- Mystery tubes / by Randy L. Bell and Allyson Rogan-Klyve -- The nature of science examined through a checks lab allegory / by Janice Koch -- Evidence of extraterrestrial life in Antarctica / by Catherine M. Koehler -- Fossil forensics / by Norman G. Lederman and Judith S. Lederman -- Who are scientists and what do scientists do? / by Adele Schepige -- Integration. Introduction -- Integrating technology into a science methods course : using NSTA's learning center / by Julie Luft -- Coriolis what? : What to do when faced with a challenging topic (with a technology twist) / by Kate Popejoy -- Electromagnetism : an inquiry lesson development / by Donna Rainboth -- Integrating writing to support scientific thinking / by Julie Kalnin and Patricia Morrell -- Scientific inquiry/engineering design. Introduction -- Science as a way of knowing / by Randy L. Bell and Tyler St. Clair -- Is this STEM? / by Kevin Carr -- Being a bird / by Judith S. Lederman and Norman G. Lederman -- Minute madness / by Mary Lightbody -- What's in the can? / by Judith Morrison -- Integrating engineering standards with the Common Core Standards and Elementary Science Performance Standards / by Barbara Rascoe and Catherine Lange -- Diversity/Differentiation. Introduction -- Considering cultural difference in science teaching / by Anne L. Kern and SueAnn Bottoms -- Teaching about the nature of science through digital scientific timelines / by Isha DeCoito -- Cultivating equitable instruction in the science classroom / by Julie Luft -- Universal design for learning (UDL) and inclusive design for learning (IDL) / by Christopher L. Atchison [and three others] -- A bubble exploration of response to intervention (RTI), tier I / by Malcolm B. Butler -- Magnetic interactions / by Mark Guy -- Observations and arguments in K-5 : the 4 seasons / by Mary Lightbody
Control code
ocn894510746
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 136 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789462097797
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-94-6209-779-7
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)894510746

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