NSTA Pathways to the Science Standards: Guidelines for Moving the Vision Into Practice

NSTA Press, 2004 - 208 páginas
Our top-selling practical guide still demonstrates how you can bring to life the vision of the Standards for teaching, professional development, assessment, content, programs, and school systems. Throughout the book you'll learn ways to form productive partnerships for reform, inside and outside your building, with other education stakeholders.

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Realizing the Teaching Standards
Reaching for the Professional Development Standards
Exploring the Assessment Standards
Mapping the Content Standards
Physical Science
Life Science
Earth and Space Science
Moving into the Program Standards
Navigating the System Standards
National Science Education Standards Some Relevant History
National Science Education Standards
Designing High School Science Facilities
Resources for the Road The CDROM Collection
Science for All Including Each Student
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Página 11 - Standard A: Teachers of science plan an inquirybased science program for their students. In doing this, teachers: develop a framework of year-long and shortterm goals for students.
Página 8 - Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,
Página 20 - TEACHING STANDARD E: Teachers of science develop communities of science learners that reflect the intellectual rigor of scientific inquiry and the attitudes and social values conducive to science learning.
Página 25 - More Emphasis on Understanding and responding to individual student's interests, strengths, experiences, and needs Selecting and adapting curriculum Focusing on student understanding and use of scientific knowledge, ideas, and inquiry processes Guiding students in active and extended scientific inquiry Providing opportunities for scientific discussion and debate among students Continuously assessing student understanding Sharing responsibility for learning with students Supporting a classroom community...

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