The Effective Teaching Of Secondary Science

September 28, 1994|
The Effective Teaching Of Secondary Science by John Parkinson
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The Effective Teaching of Secondary Science encourages the trainee teacher to develop effective skills for teaching science to secondary school pupils. The comprehensive coverage of topics and issues provides good foundations for trainee teachers who are encouraged to test and evaluate different techniques. Practical advice is offered in areas such as lesson planning, the preparation of worksheets, planning practical activities and safety in the laboratory. The book also discusses the use of information technology as well as multicultural and gender issues and the teaching of pupils with special needs.

Much of the work covered is undepinned by areas of educational research such as educational theory and psychology and sociology of education. Information on the requirements of the national curriculum and on post-16 science courses is given and includes a number of assessment techniques for the problematic area of assessing science attainment target 1.
Editor's PrefaceAuthor's PrefaceAcknowledgements 1. Getting started2. The science curriculum3. Planning your work4. Working with pupils5. Practical work6. Reading, writing and talking7. Using information technology8. Science for all9. Assessment techniques10. Beyond the laboratory Glossary of terms and acronymsIndex
Title:The Effective Teaching Of Secondary Science
Product dimensions:268 pages, 8.75 X 6.35 X 0.68 in
Shipping dimensions:268 pages, 8.75 X 6.35 X 0.68 in
Published:September 28, 1994
Publisher:Taylor and Francis
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780582215108

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