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Re/Constructing Elementary Science

by Wolff-Michael Roth

  • 364 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Elementary,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Case studies,
  • Science,
  • Study and teaching (Elementary,
  • Study and teaching (Elementary)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11396532M
    ISBN 100820452009
    ISBN 109780820452005

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Re/Constructing Elementary Science by Wolff-Michael Roth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Re/Constructing Elementary Science seeks to improve the way science is taught in the elementary school. There are three main contradictions that make it difficult for teachers and students to engage in meaningful activities from which understandings result.

The central issues in this book are framed in terms of three dichotomies that lead to tensions arising from the. This book seeks to improve the way science is taught in the elementary school. It suggests that there are three main contradictions that make it difficult for teachers and students to engage in meaningful activities from which understandings result.

The central issues in this book are framed in terms of three dichotomies that lead to tensions arising from the dialectic of opposing Author: Wolff-Michael Roth, Kenneth Tobin, Steve Ritchie.

Re/Constructing Elementary Science seeks to improve the way science is taught in the elementary school. There are three main contradictions that make it difficult for teachers and students to engage in meaningful activities from which understandings result.

The central issues in this book are framed in terms of three dichotomies that lead to Cited by: Genre/Form: Case studies Cas, Études de: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roth, Wolff-Michael, Re/constructing elementary science.

New York: P. Lang. Re/Constructing Elementary Science seeks to improve the way science is taught in the elementary school. There are three main contradictions that make it difficult for teachers and students to engage in meaningful activities from which understandings result.

The central issues in this book are framed in terms of three dichotomies that lead to tensions arising from the Cited by: Abstract. Re/Constructing Elementary Science seeks to improve the way science is taught in the elementary school. There are three main contradictions that make it Re/Constructing Elementary Science book for teachers and students to engage in meaningful activities from which understandings : R.

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His interests are broad and concern science and science learning in formal (elementary school to university) and informal settings (community activists and research labs). He is the author of Authentic School Science and Designing Communities, and with K. Tobin and S.

Ritchie, Re/constructing Elementary Science (Peter Lang, ).Cited by: It provides images of excellent teaching and learning science in action, and also provides stories of change.

Each chapter is followed by a professional conversation about pertinent issues in teaching science at the elementary-school level.

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A review of Re/Constructing elementary science, by W.-M. Roth, K. Tobin, & S. Ritchie. Studies in Science Education, 38(1), Chapters in Edited and Collaboratively Written Volumes. Wolff-Michael ROTH, Kenneth TOBIN, and Steve RITCHIE, Re/constructing Elementary Science (New York: Peter Lang, ).

The central issues in this book are framed in terms of three dichotomies that reflect contradictions in science education--individual vs collective, science vs technology (applied science), and material world vs concepts.

school levels, such efforts are somewhat nonexistent for the elementary school classroom (Roth et al. ). One exception is the work of Roth et al. () and their book entitled Re/Constructing Elementary Science.

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