|Cory A. Buxton|
|Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr.||University of Miami|
|© 2011||416 pages||SAGE Publications, Inc|
Throughout the book, the authors help readers learn to think like scientists and better understand the role of science in our day-to-day lives and in the history of Western culture. Part II features 100 key experiments that demonstrate the connection between content knowledge and effective inquiry-based pedagogy. The Second Edition is updated throughout and includes new coverage of applying multiple intelligences to the teaching and learning of science, creating safe spaces for scientific experimentation, using today’s rapidly changing online technologies, and more.
New to This Edition:
- Links to national content standards for Mathematics, Language Arts, and Social Studies help readers plan for teaching across the content areas.
- Discussions of federal legislation, including No Child Left Behind and Race To The Top, demonstrate legislation’s influence on classroom science teaching.
- New “Scientists Then and Now” biographies provide practical examples of how great scientists balance a focus on content knowledge with a focus on exploring new ways to ask and answer questions.
- Sixteen additional video demonstrations on the Instructor Teaching Site and Student Study Site illustrate how to arrange and implement selected experiments.
Visit www.sagepub.com/buxtontsem2e to access these valuable Instructor and Student resources:
- The password-protected Instructor Teaching Site includes video clips that illustrate selected experiments, PowerPoint® lecture slides, Electronic Test Bank, Teaching guides, and Web resources.
- The open-access Student Study Site includes tools to help students prepare for exams and succeed in the course: video clips that illustrate selected experiments, chapter summaries, flash cards, quizzes, helpful student guides links to state standards, licensure exams and PRAXIS resources, and Learning from SAGE Journal Articles.