Case Studies in Elementary Science: Learning from Teachers
This book uses actual case studies written by teachers to engage in a lively discussion of teaching science at the elementary level. A focus is placed on important issues or dilemmas that occur in elementary science classrooms that require thoughtful decision-making on the part of the teacher. It deals with topics that all teachers will face: instruction, human relations, cultural awareness, and ethical issues. Coverage also encompasses a variety of challenges regarding the classroom, co-workers, administrators, and parents. For pre-service and beginning teachers—who will be able to use the book's practical knowledge to develop guidelines and criteria for making their own decisions in the classroom.
Specifications of Case Studies in Elementary Science: Learning from Teachers
|Author||Ann C. Howe, Sharon E. Nichols|
|Number Of Pages||144|
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