The Role of Scientists in the Professional Development of Science Teachers Committee on Biology Teacher Inservice P

ISBN: 9780585019994

Published: May 14th 2014

Unknown Binding

249 pages


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The Role of Scientists in the Professional Development of Science Teachers  by  Committee on Biology Teacher Inservice P

The Role of Scientists in the Professional Development of Science Teachers by Committee on Biology Teacher Inservice P
May 14th 2014 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 249 pages | ISBN: 9780585019994 | 3.19 Mb

Americas scientists would like to contribute to the reform of precollege science education, yet many do not know how to begin. This highly readable book serves as a guide for scientists interested in assisting in the professional development of K-12 science teachers.

Based on information from more than 180 professional-development programs for science teachers, it addresses what kinds of activities work and why. The authors present day-in-a-life vignettes and a list of suggested reading, to familiarize scientists with the professional lives of K-12 science teachers.

The book also offers suggestions on how to take first steps toward involvement, how to identify programs that teachers have found effective, and how to become involved in systemwide programs. Ways of working with teachers on program design, program evaluation, and funding sources are also discussed.



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