Kathy Malone

I am an Assistant Professor in Science Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University. I currently teach Elementary Science Methods as well as STEM assessment courses. My research interests include the use of modeling and models in science education K12, especially focused on biology and physics. In addition, I am interested in researching how to incorporate engineering education into K12 classrooms. I taught physics, biology and chemistry to high school students in Ohio, Louisiana and Pennsylvania and served as a K12 science department head. I am currently serving as the Past President of the American Modeling Teacher Association and a member of the NSTA's Research in Science Education committee.

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OH

Affiliation

The Ohio State University

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Recent Posts by Kathy

Wed Aug 26, 2015 10:48 PM in Kindergarten activities
Hi Michelle, This article might give you some ideas: Curiosity + Kindergarten = Future Scientists Plus, in the science and children journal there is a section called the Early Years which focuses on science activities pK-2. If you search "The Early Years" you will obtain a large list of postings. Kathy





Recent Public Collections by Kathy


seeds

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Sowing the Seeds of the Standards: Applying the Standards in the elementary classroom
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Teaching Through Trade Books: What Happens to Seeds?
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Little Shrimp, Big Results: A Model of an Integrative, Cross-Curricular Activity
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Connecting Algebra & Chemistry: Creating a combined math and science course
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Thinking Engineering
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Shedding Light on Engineering Design
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