Teaching Inquiry-based Chemistry: Creating Student-led Scientific Communities

Paperback | August 15, 2004

byJoan A. Gallagher-bolos, Dennis W. Smithenry

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Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry retraces an entire year's curriculum to show you how the authors weave constructivist theory into every lesson without sacrificing content

 

Make your ideal classroom a reality and find a fresh way of teaching the chemistry you know so well. Read Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry and discover how helping your students capitalize on their innate scientific curiosity will lead you to new levels of professional and personal satisfaction

 

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  Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry retraces an entire year's curriculum to show you how the authors weave constructivist theory into every lesson without sacrificing content   Make your ideal classroom a reality and find a fresh way of teaching the chemistry you know so well. Read Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry and discover how h...

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  Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry retraces an entire year's curriculum to show you how the authors weave constructivist theory into every lesson without sacrificing content   Make your ideal classroom a reality and find a fresh way of teaching the chemistry you know so well. Read Teaching Inquiry-Based Chemistry and discover how he...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.3 inPublished:August 15, 2004Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0325006717

ISBN - 13:9780325006710

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Foreword by Susan and Steven Zumdahl
Introduction
Chapter 1: How Did We Get Here?
Chapter 2: The Soap Project–Where Are Your Students Headed?
Chapter 3: Can This Style of Teaching Work?
Chapter 4: Where Do You Start?
Chapter 5: So What Happends Throughout the Year?

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?This book was written by teachers for teachers. Its a practical manual for the creation, care, and feeding of inquiry as a powerful learning tool. Read the book, set the stage, and get out of the way!?-Wayne Guntzel, Teacher and Science Department Chair, Clinton High School, Clinton Iowa