Results for "science education"


    • Kesiah Mathew

      Kesiah Mathew

      Hello! I graduated from Pace University with a BA in Biology Education in 2014. I am currently a Science teacher at Pleasantville High School and a graduate student at Pace University getting my masters in Educational Technology. This is my second year teaching at PHS and the subjects that I teac...

      Tags: teaching, education, online eduction, educational technology, science education

    • ED 644 Fall 2016

      ED 644 Fall 2016

      This is where we will work together to learn to teach Science to adolescents.
      • Gerald Ardito

        Science Experiments that Outlived their Creators (pun intended)

        This is a really interesting article about science experiments that lasted a very, very long time. This might be something to share with your students.

        Tags: ed644fall2016, science, science education, research, scientists

        • Gerald Ardito

          How People Learn (book)

          How People Learn is a report produced by the National Academies Press, which deals with, well, How People Learn.It is a very interesting and influential book. You can also get a pdf copy for free by becoming a registered user at the National Academies Press. It is well worth having. Here i...

          Tags: ED644LearningModule1, How People Learn, resources, science education

          • Gerald Ardito

            Results and Implications of a 12-Year Longitudinal Study of Science Concept Learning

            Joseph Novak has had a long career as a science educator and researcher. Much of his work focused on the role that concept mapping plays in the teaching and learning of Science. His work is foundational and this is a great first exposure. We will be revisiting these concepts throughout this co...

            Tags: novak, concept mapping, science education, ED644LearningModule1, science

            • Gerald Ardito

              The Theory Underlying Concept Maps and How to Construct Them

              This is research by Joseph Novak on the use of concept maps in teaching and learning.

              Tags: novak, concept mapping, science education, ED644LearningModule1, science

              • Gerald Ardito

                Learning Module #1 - How Do We Learn Science?

                Welcome to our first Learning Module - How Do We Learn Science? This is the first of three online learning modules that we will be explore in this course. This first one focuses on the learning of science. It is organized around a single big idea: In order to teach science effectively...

                Tags: ED644LearningModule1, learning, science, science education

                • Gerald Ardito

                  Periodic Table Battleship

                  This looks incredibly cool.

                  Tags: science, science education, cool things, learning, teaching

                  • Gerald Ardito

                    Flint Hit With Bacterial Illness as Residents Shun City Water

                    As if it wasn't already bad enough in Flint, now there is an outbreak of a nasty bacterial disease that comes from lack of hand washing. It strikes me that this would be a great article to share with students as it talks about how systems can work and about unintended/unexpected conseq...

                    Tags: science, science education, ED644LearningModule1

                    • Gerald Ardito

                      The Dizzying Grandeur of 21st-Century Agriculture

                      This is a really interesting story with incredible photography showing the size and scale of industrial agriculture.

                      Tags: science, agriculture, industrial agriculture, science education