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e-Book Elementary Science Methods: A Constructivist Approach (with InfoTrac) epub download

Author: David Jerner Martin
ISBN: 0534556493
Pages: 526 pages
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing; 3 edition (July 16, 2002)
Language: English
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e-Book Elementary Science Methods: A Constructivist Approach (with InfoTrac) epub download

by David Jerner Martin



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Xx, 508 pages : 24 cm. Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, e, p, i, s, t. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Includes bibliographical references and indexes

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Elementary Science Method. has been added to your Cart. Dr. Martin has consulted on constructivist teaching at home and abroad, and was technical consultant with The Weather Channel for The Weather Classroom.

Elementary Science Method. He has received several university awards for distinguished teaching and publications.

Elementary Science Methods: A Constructivist Approach. Designed from the ground up with a constructivist framework, BUILDING TEACHERS helps future teachers create their own understanding of education. This new elementary science methods text uses a unique constructivist approach to guide students in learning by doing. As Martin and Loomis address the key topics generall. More).

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Submit a book or article. Upload a bibliography. Constructivist Foundations 7 (3):234-236 (2012). Personal pages we track.

In this pioneering text, Martin uses a constructivist approach to guide students in learning how to teach in a constructivist manner.

This popular text is the first science methods book to truly practice what it preaches, using a constructivist approach to guide students in learning how to teach in a constructivist manner. The text includes a wealth of open-ended inquiry activities, such as "Constructing Your Ideas," for students to complete in class. These activities help students to construct their own personal conceptualizations about teaching science in the elementary school. This text also features over 170 process-oriented activities for children, including "Constructing Science in the Classroom" and "In the Schools," each keyed to grade levels, and each open-ended, so teachers can encourage children to develop and perform their own investigations. All activities are linked to National Science Education Standards for appropriate content, professional development, assessment, and teaching, and the activities contain suggestions of appropriate accompanying children's literature. Martin's text takes the approach that it is more important for children to learn how to do science than it is for them to learn about science. Children learn how to do science by mastering the scientific processes and applying them in inquiries into scientific questions. Employing the constructivist approach, teachers help children form personally-constructed meanings from their own experience and thought. The text is predicated on the reality that teachers of elementary science do not need to know a great deal of science to be good science teachers, but need to be co-inquirers with their students.
fetish
I am using this book for my Elementary Teaching class in science- obviously. It may be expensive, but it is GOOD. Much better than expected and is chock-full of ideas.
CopamHuk
great book
Buzatus
Using the book now in class. First time buying used. Book is great. Will buy used again.
Alsardin
I bought this for a college course. I got it on time and it worked out great.
Togor
I rented this book as an ebook for a college course. I enjoyed this book. There are several helpful teaching tips and a bunch of science lesson ideas.
Bys
The book has been a very good tool for teaching Science! The authors have given me new ideas to incorporate into the classroom.
crazy mashine
Exactly what we needed for class, but over a hundred dollars cheaper than the bookstore.
I had to get this book for a class. There are some good ideas in it, but the authors expect you to perform every experiment in it, and if you don't, you "miss out" on many of their ideas. It seems a little ridiculous -- one chapter is over 100 pages long and there are a TON of experiments in that chapter alone that the authors refer to over and over again. I'm sorry, but I did not have the time to do those activities!!!