G Nathan Carnes, Ph.D.

I am an associate professor who has interests in science teaching and learning at the elementary, middle , and high school levels. Also, my research interests include exploring images that teacher candidates have about science teaching and learning.




University of South Carolina

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Recent Posts by G Nathan

Wed Jan 04, 2017 6:09 AM in 'How to' NSTA Learning Center Videos now available through the Help Link
This is a very nice start for those new to the NSTA Learning Center. What a great idea to post how- to videos! Are there more to come? nate

Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:24 PM in STEM project based learning activities
Unfortunately, there are several broken links at this site. So, there is not much to see, unfortunately.

Sat Sep 24, 2016 11:20 PM in kids think I hate them?!?!
How are things going now, Heather? It has been a while since you posted your question. Have you made any adjustments? If so, what is the state of your relationships with the students? Just wondering. -nate

Recent Public Collections by G Nathan

EDSE 553 2015

15 Resources

This collection of resources serves as the reading packet for the first secondary science methods course that candidates must complete. it provides a nice alternative to the traditional reading packet or a textbook that they would have to purchase.

Type: User uploaded resource

Helping Students Evaluate the Strength of Evidence in Scientific Arguments: Thinking About the Inferential Distance Between Evidence and Claims
Type: Journal Article

EDML 553 2014

15 Resources

This collection of resources developed primarily for middle level teacher candidates enrolled in EDML 553 during the Fall 2014semester.

Type: User uploaded resource

Type: User uploaded resource

EDML 553

17 Resources

This collection of resources are intended for teacher candidates enrolled in the middle level science methods course.

Podcast: Picture-Perfect Science Lessons: Using Children’s Books to Guide Inquiry: Overview of the 5E Learning Model
Type: Podcast

Methods and Strategies: Understanding the True Meaning of Nature of Science
Type: Journal Article