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洋書

科学的思考を教える

Teaching Science Thinking : Using Scientific Reasoning in the Classroom

Moore, Christopher

Routledge 2018/11
197 p. illustrations ; 25 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138237964
装丁違いISBN: 1138237957
KCN: 1027815822
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KDC: C340 カリキュラム一般
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This practical book provides a clear framework for helping students develop scientific thinking so they are not just memorizing content but are becoming engaged in the real work scientists do.

Full Description

Teach your students how to think like scientists. This book shows you practical ways to incorporate science thinking in your classroom using simple "Thinking Tasks" that you can insert into any lesson. What is science thinking and how can you possibly teach and assess it? How is science thinking incorporated into the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and how can it be weaved into your curriculum? This book answers these questions. This practical book provides a clear, research-verified framework for helping students develop scientific thinking as required by the NGSS. Your students will not be memorizing content but will become engaged in the real work scientists do, using critical thinking patterns such as: Recognizing patterns, Inventing new hypotheses based on observations, Separating causes from correlations, Determining relevant variables and isolating them, Testing hypotheses, and Thinking about their own thinking and the relative value of evidence. The book includes a variety of sample classroom activities and rubrics, as well as frameworks for creating your own tools. Designed for the busy teacher, this book also shows you quick and simple ways to add deep science thinking to existing lessons.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Cooks versus chefs. Knowing versus understanding. Part I: Teaching and learning science thinking Chapter 1: What is science thinking? Chapter 2: How is science thinking integrated into next generation standards? Chapter 3: How do you teach and assess science thinking? Part II: Science thinking in the classroom Chapter 4: Recognizing patterns and making connections Chapter 5: What's important, what's not, and designing a fair test Chapter 6: Testing our crazy ideas with experiments Chapter 7: What does this evidence tell me, and do I believe it? Part III: Putting it all together Chapter 8: Weaving science thinking into curriculum