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Resource Detail: Journal Article

Resource Image Strengthening Science Departments

By: Todd Campbell, Wayne Melville, and Anthony Bartley
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Type of Resource: Journal Article
Publication Title: The Science Teacher
Publication Date: 9/1/2012
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Grade Level: High School

Description

Learn how teachers and chairpersons can help their departments support best practices in science.

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Intended User Role:Administrator, Curriculum Supervisor, High-School Educator, Professional Development Provider, Teacher
Educational Issues:Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation, Teaching strategies

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  • Teaching Standards
    • Teachers of science plan an inquiry-based science program for their students.
      • Work together as colleagues within and across disciplines and grade levels.
    • Teachers of science actively participate in the ongoing planning and development of the school science program.
      • Plan and develop the school science program.
      • Participate in decisions concerning the allocation of time and other resources to the science program.
      • Participate fully in planning and implementing professional growth and development strategies for themselves and their colleagues.
    • Teachers of science develop communities of science learners that reflect the intellectual rigor of scientific inquiry.
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    • Teachers of science engage in ongoing assessment of their teaching and of student learning.
      • NA
    • Teachers of science plan an inquiry-based science program for their students.
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