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'This book isn't just for new teachers! Even after years as a science teacher, this book gave me suggestions to use right away in my classroom' - Regina Brinker, Science Teacher Christensen Middle School, Livermore, CA Create a science classroom that fosters a creative learning community and leads to success! From successfully setting up a classroom to achieving meaningful instruction, science teachers face a variety of challenges unique to their practice every day. This easy-to-read guide provides new and seasoned teachers with practical ideas, strategies, and insights to help address…mehr

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'This book isn't just for new teachers! Even after years as a science teacher, this book gave me suggestions to use right away in my classroom' - Regina Brinker, Science Teacher Christensen Middle School, Livermore, CA Create a science classroom that fosters a creative learning community and leads to success! From successfully setting up a classroom to achieving meaningful instruction, science teachers face a variety of challenges unique to their practice every day. This easy-to-read guide provides new and seasoned teachers with practical ideas, strategies, and insights to help address essential topics in effective science teaching, including emphasizing inquiry, building literacy, implementing technology, using a wide variety of science resources, and maintaining student safety. Aligned with current science standards, this guide helps teachers streamline their efforts, organize their work, and set the stage for outstanding instruction and enthusiastic student participation. Other features include: - Practical examples, snapshots of moments in the history of science, and Web references - A compilation of professional development activities - Checklists to rate curricula and textbooks - Guidance on networking with colleagues and establishing relationships with families By leveraging this book's rich resources, science teachers will discover how to turn their classrooms into thriving environments for learning.
Autorenporträt
Ellen Kottler is currently a lecturer in the Department of Secondary Education at California State University, Fullerton. She has been a teacher in inner city schools as well as urban and rural settings. She also served as a curriculum specialist in social studies. Her areas of interest include beginning teacher support, social studies education, and supporting English language learners in the classroom. She is the author or coauthor of several articles and books for educators, including Secrets to Success for Social Studies Teachers, Counseling Skills for Teachers, Secrets to Success for Beginning Elementary Teachers, On Being a Teacher, and Secrets for Secondary School Teachers: How to Succeed in Your First Year. She received her EdS from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in instructional and curricular studies, her MA from Eastern Michigan University, and her BA from the University of Michigan.