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Title Teaching Primary Science Constructively
Author Keith Skamp
Publisher Cengage AU
Release 2020-09-16
Category Education
Total Pages 656
ISBN 017044340X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Teaching Primary Science Constructively helps readers to create effective science learning experiences for primary students by using a constructivist approach to learning. This bestselling text explains the principles of constructivism and their implications for learning and teaching. It also discusses core strategies for developing science understanding and science inquiry processes and skills. Chapters provide research-based ideas for implementing a constructivist approach within a number of content strands. Throughout there are strong links to the key ideas, themes and terminology of the revised Australian Curriculum: Science.

Title Teaching Primary Science Constructively
Author Keith Skamp
Publisher
Release 2004
Category Science
Total Pages 534
ISBN 9780170111676
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written for students in undergraduate primary teacher education courses and for practising primary teachers. It enables teachers to facilitate their students' understanding of how their world works from a scientific point of view.

Title Teaching Primary Science Constructively
Author Keith Skamp
Publisher Cengage AU
Release 2017-09-05
Category Science
Total Pages 589
ISBN 017037971X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Teaching Primary Science Constructively helps readers to create effective science learning experiences for primary students by using a constructivist approach to learning. This best-selling text explains the principles of constructivism and their implications for learning and teaching, and discusses core strategies for developing science understanding and science inquiry processes and skills. Chapters also provide research-based ideas for implementing a constructivist approach within a number of content strands. Throughout there are strong links to the key ideas, themes and terminology of the revised Australian Curriculum: Science. This sixth edition includes a new introductory chapter addressing readers' preconceptions and concerns about teaching primary science.

Title Teaching Primary Science Constructively
Author Keith Skamp
Publisher
Release 2017
Category Science
Total Pages 612
ISBN 9780170282437
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Teaching Primary Science Constructively
Author Keith Skamp
Publisher
Release 2010
Category
Total Pages 510
ISBN 9780170160049
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Teaching Primary Science Constructively helps readers to create effective science learning experiences for primary students by using a constructivist approach to learning: a method that has personal, social and cultural dimensions. Introductory chapters explain the principles of constructivism and their implications for teaching. They also discuss scaffolding strategies, planning and implementing sequential lessons, 'thinking and working scientifically' and general pedagogical issues, including concerns teachers may have about their own level of scientific knowledge. Subsequent chapters then focus on the major topic strands covered in most primary science syllabuses. Each topic-focused chapter: suggests ways to reflect on and challenge your own ideas about learning science, teaching science and the topic's key scientific concepts; offers suggestions for improving your own understanding of the topic; reviews the research related to primary students' ideas about the topic; discusses scientists' ideas on aspects of the topic; considers what children want to know about the topic; supplies key constructivist teaching principles and selected strategies for to the topic; includes case studies of lesson sequences based on constructivist teaching approaches; lists the key scientific concepts and understandings that teachers should be familiar with; details other teaching and learning considerations related to the topic or to primary science teaching in general; incorporates activities to encourage analysis and reflection. Intended for pre-service as well as practicing teachers, Teaching Primary Science Constructively enables readers to successfully facilitate scientific learning by building upon students' pre-existing notions of how their world works from a scientific viewpoint.

Title Learning and Teaching Primary Science
Author Angela Fitzgerald
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2013-05-20
Category Education
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1107609453
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Brings teaching primary science to life, with dedicated chapters for chemistry, physics, biology and earth and environmental science.

Title Primary Science Teaching Theory and Practice
Author John Sharp
Publisher SAGE
Release 2020-12-16
Category Education
Total Pages 216
ISBN 1529755360
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

All trainee teacher′s need to know about the theory and practice of teaching primary science.

Title Hudson s guide for teaching primary science
Author Peter Hudson
Publisher Australian eBook Publisher
Release 2015-07-06
Category Education
Total Pages 273
ISBN 1925271676
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book has been titled "Hudson’s guide for teaching primary science" to distinguish it from other science education books by demonstrating an experiential perspective. I feel strongly about teaching science and I want quality science education for all students. This book aims to provide a sequential guide for learning how to teach primary science. As always in my practices as a teacher and school principal, I try to lead by example. So I will present many examples for you to critically analyse towards developing your own teaching practices. In teaching students science, I want you to be inspired but more importantly be inspiring.

Title International Perspectives on Teacher Professional Development
Author Susan Rodrigues
Publisher Nova Publishers
Release 2005
Category Education
Total Pages 214
ISBN 9781594542176
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Teacher professional development is subject to reform as a consequence of three, often interwoven influences: innovation, politics and pedagogy. For example, recent decades have seen learning and teaching take centre stage. As technologies have become more accessible and relevant, so professional development has had to keep pace, in order to provide teachers with an opportunity to develop skills and experiences to deal with this innovation. In terms of politics, as the prescription of input and the measurement of output are regulated and deregulated by the State, so teacher professional development shifts to meet accountability and credibility demands. Likewise, as our understanding of learning and teaching evolves, in terms of knowledge, processes, dispositions and evaluation, subsequent teacher professional development programmes responded to these current or in-vogue research findings. This new and much-needed book describes how teacher professional development in science education, from initial teacher education to continuing professional development, continues to face and address the various challenges that arise as a consequence of innovation, politics or pedagogy.

Title Art of Teaching Primary Science
Author Vaille Dawson
Publisher Routledge
Release 2020-07-16
Category Education
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1000248496
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Children have an innate curiosity about the natural world that makes teaching science a rewarding experience. However teaching science is an art that requires a unique combination of knowledge and skills to make the most of students' interest and foster their understanding. With contributions from leading educators, The Art of Teaching Primary Science addresses the fundamental issues in teaching science in primary and early childhood years. Reflecting current research in science education, The Art of Teaching Primary Science covers the following areas: * the theoretical underpinnings of science education and curriculum; * effective science teaching practice planning, teaching strategies, investigations, resources and assessment; * key issues including scientific literacy, integrating science and technology, and activities outside the classroom. The Art of Teaching Primary Science is invaluable for student teachers as a guide to the fundamentals of science education, and as a resource for experienced teachers to review and enhance their professional skills. 'An excellent reference for those teachers of the primary years seeking the best ways to engage their students in good science and scientific investigation, and keen to link these with other learning areas.' Peter Turnbull, President, Australian Science Teachers Association