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vi, 115 p. ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Introduction-- 2. The role of practical work in science teaching and learning-- 3. Practical skills-- 4. Following instructions-- 5. Using apparatus and techniques-- 6. Making observations and taking readings-- 7. Recording observations and readings-- 8. Handling and processing numerical data-- 9. Assessing reliability of results-- 10. Drawing conclusions-- 11. Discussing and evaluating results-- 11. Designing and carrying out investigations-- 12. The assessment of practical skills.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521753593 20160528
Written by an AQA moderator and based on the trusted and popular Science Foundations series, Science Support is a practical and flexible worksheet based resource to really enthuse your low attainers. A new teacher book and CD-ROM resource that offers support materials and in-depth guidance on teaching Entry Level and GCSE to lower-ability pupils for the AQA specification. Matching grids allow it to be used with OCR, WJEC and EdExcel teaching. The CD-ROM contains an interactive PDF linked to a bank of resources, including a set of simple worksheets in PDF and customisable Word file formats and Whole Class Teaching animations. The teacher book guides you on a unit-by-unit basis through the resources contained on the CD-ROM. It also includes suggestions for the teaching of practicals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521753593 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xvii, 404 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Part 1 1. The Student Laboratory and the Science Curriculum: An Overview Elizabeth Hegarty-Hazel 2. The Student Laboratory and the Science Curriculum: A Model Elizabeth Hegarty-Hazel Part 2 1. Student Laboratory Practice and the History and Philosophy of Science David Layton 2. The Interplay of Theory and Methodology Joseph D. Novak Part 3 1. Learning Technical Skills in the Student Laboratory Elizabeth Hegarty-Hazel 2. Learning Scientific Enquiry in the Student Laboratory Leo E. Klopfer 3. Learning Scientific Knowledge in the Student Laboratory Elaine P. Atkinson 4. Labwork and the Students' Attitudes Paul Gardner and Colin Gauld Part 4 1. Promoting Conceptual Change in the Laboratory Richard F. Gunstone and Audrey B. Champagne 2. Metacognition, Purposeful Enquiry and Conceptual Change John R. Baird 3. Teacher Conceptions of their Subject and Laboratory Work in Science John K. Olson Part 5 1. School Laboratory Work: Some Issues of Policy John Ainley 2. Evaluation of Student Laboratory Work and its Role in Developing Policy Pinchas Tamir 3. Developing and Improving the Role of Computers in Student Laboratories Michael T. Prosser and Pinchas Tamir 4. Practical Work and the Laboratory in Science for All Peter J. Fensham Part 6 1. Role of Laboratory Work in a National Junior Secondary Science Project: Australian Science Education Project (ASEP) John Edwards 2. Life in Science Laboratory Classrooms at Secondary Level Yael Friedler and Pinchas Tamir 3. Life in Science Laboratory Classrooms at Tertiary Level Elizabeth Hegarty-Hazel 4. Students' Reactions to Undergraduate Science Laboratory and Project Work Joan Bliss.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415001182 20160527
Provides a valuable model of the science curriculum and student laboratory at the secondary and tertiary levels and examines the most important policy. This book should be of interest to teachers, curriculum developers, educational researchers and higher degree students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415001182 20160527
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xx, 231 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
  • Foreword - Janet Kolodner Introduction - Cary Sneider Technology and Engineering in Middle School Standards - Cary Sneider Acknowledgments - Cary Sneider 1. Seeds of Science/Roots of Reading - Jacquey Barber 2. Physical Science Comes Alive! - Gary Benenson 3. Engineering by Design TEEMS: Kindergarten Through Second Grade - Diana Cantu 4. BSCS Science Tracks: Connecting Science & Literacy - Nancy Landes & Janet Carlson 5. A World in Motion From SAE International - Chris Ciuca 6. Engineering Opportunities in FOSS: The Full Option Science System, 3rd Edition - Linda DeLucchi & Laurence Malone 7. Engineering is Elementary: Engineering for Elementary School Students - Christine Cunningham 8. Tangible Kindergarten: Learning How to Program Robots in Early Childhood - Marina Bers 9. Engineering Adventures: Engineering for Out-of-School Time - Melissa Higgins 10. Engineering by Design TEEMS and I3 for Grades 3,4,5, and 6 - William Giese 11. Design It! Design Engineering Projects for Afterschool - Charlie Hutchison 12. Engineering for Everyone: 4-H's Junk Drawer Robotics Curriculum - Steven Worker, Richard Majacek, Tara Wheeler, & Saundra Frerichs 13. Picture STEM - Tamara Moore & Kristina Tank 14. STEM in Action: Solar House Design - Elizabeth Gajdzik, Johannes Strobel, & Barbara DiSioudi.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483307367 20160618
How to engineer change in your elementary science classroom. With the Next Generation Science Standards, your students won't just be scientists - they'll be engineers. But you don't need to reinvent the wheel. Seamlessly weave engineering and technology concepts into your PreK-5 math and science lessons with this collection of time-tested engineering curricula for science classrooms. Features include: a handy table that leads you straight to the chapters you need; in-depth commentaries and illustrative examples; a vivid picture of each curriculum, its learning goals, and how it addresses the NGSS; and more information on the integration of engineering and technology into elementary science education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483307367 20160618
Education Library (Cubberley)
182 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Physical extent
various pieces ; in 2 containers, 32 x 59 x 42 cm.
  • Drawer 1: 2 anemometer systems (2 bases, 16 cups, 4 cardboard squares)
  • 4 balloon pumps
  • 50 balls of plastic-foam
  • 2 class calendars
  • 80 feathers
  • 2 hole punches
  • 1 box of jumbo paper clips (100/box)
  • 1 poster: FOSS Safety
  • 1 poster: A guide to the sky
  • 1 poster: Natural sources of water
  • 1 poster: Wind scale
  • 1 rain gauge
  • 1 thermometer (FOSS demonstration)
  • 1 thermometer (working)
  • 20 4-liter zip bags
  • 1 teacher guide
  • FOSS science resources: Air and weather (1 big book and 32 student books)
  • 100 oblong balloons
  • 100 round balloons
  • 100 cotton balls
  • 2 packages of crepe-paper sheets
  • 420 adhesive dots
  • 10 roll of duct tape
  • 1 roll of fishing line
  • 100 flexible straws
  • 250 jumbo straws
  • 100 super jumbo straws
  • 2 balls of string
  • 4 rolls of transparent tape
  • 75 1-liter zip bags.
  • Drawer 2. 4 basins
  • 16 clear plastic bottles
  • 40 bubble wands
  • 18 long plastsic pipes
  • 18 short plastic pipes
  • 18 rubber stoppers
  • 32 syringes
  • 40 flexible plastic tubes
  • 20 vials.
"The Air and Weather Module consists of four sequential investigations, each designed to introduce concepts in earth science. The investigations allow young students to explore the natural world by using simple tools to observe and monitor change in the weathre from day to day and over the seasons."--Teacher's guide.
Education Library (Cubberley)


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