eBook Teaching Science as Inquiry (9th Edition) download
by Arthur A. Carin
Author: Arthur A. Carin
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 9 edition (July 17, 2000)
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Teaching Science as Inquiry is in-depth and steers the potential educator into a modern approach to teaching science.
Teaching Science as Inquiry is in-depth and steers the potential educator into a modern approach to teaching science. Thanks Joel Bass for writing the book!
Publication Year 2000. Publisher Prentice Hall.
Publication Year 2000.
Arthur A. Carin, late of Queens College of City University of New York. NOTE: Contents for Teaching Science as Inquiry includes contents from Methods volume and contents from Activities volume. Joel L Bass, late of Sam Houston State University. Each section in Chs. 2-4 in the Activities text include Engagement Activities and Exploration Activities. Methods for Teaching Science as Inquiry. 1. A New Vision for Science Teaching and Learning. 2. Processes of Science and Scientific Inquiry. 3. Understanding How Children Construct Science Knowledge. 4. Teaching Science through Inquiry.
Part One: Methods for Teaching Science as Inquiry. Children, Science, and Inquiry. Learning Science with Understanding. 5. Questioning Strategies for Inquiry Teaching. 6. Assessing Science Learning. 7. Preparing for Inquiry Science. 8. Connecting Science with Other Subjects. 9. Science for All Learners. 10. Educational Technology and Science Teaching.
Teaching Science as Inquiry demonstrates a manageable way for new and experienced teachers to bring inquiry successfully into the science classroom through a 2-part structure: Methods for Teaching Science as Inquiry and Activities for Teaching Science as Inquiry.
Section I: Teaching Inquiry Science Activities When Scientists and Students Inquire Phases of Inquiry Instruction: The 5-E Model Characteristics of Inquiry Classrooms About the Science Activities in This Book Using the Science Activities in This Book Getting Started with Inquiry.
Section I: Teaching Inquiry Science Activities When Scientists and Students Inquire Phases of Inquiry Instruction: The 5-E Model Characteristics of Inquiry Classrooms About the Science Activities in This Book Using the Science Activities in This Book Getting Started with Inquiry Science References Section II: Physical Sciences Activities Properties of Matter Motion and Forces Sound Temperature and Heat Light Magnetism Electricity Section III: Life Science Activities Characteristics of Organisms Organisms and Their Environments Structures and Functions of Human Systems Section IV: Earth and Sp. . Carin’s most popular book is Teaching Science as Inquiry. Teaching Science as Inquiry by. Arthur A. Carin.
Teaching Science Through Inquiry and Investigation, Enhanced Pearson Etext with Loose-Leaf Version . Terry L. Contant, Joel E. Bass, Arthur A.
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This is the quintessential science book designed to introduce future teachers to science instruction through inquiry. Infused with the philosophical intent of the National Science Education Standards, it includes the theory behind knowledge construction, the how-tos of knowledge acquisition, and questioning strategies that promote inquiry. It is overflowing with practical and meaningful activities, information, inquiries, strategies, and lessons. Chapter topics include questioning and responding to guide children's inquiry, designing effective science lessons, assessing science learning and teaching, connecting science with other subjects, science experiences for all children, and educational technology and the science curriculum. The activities discussed involve physical science; life, ecology, and environmental science; earth and space science; and inquiry science activities for students with special needs. For elementary school science teachers.