Impact of State and National Standards on K-12 Science Teaching
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Addressing the expectations towards the science standards of various stakeholders, this book also investigates how the science standards have been translated into practice at the K-12 school district level, addressing issues around professional development, curriculum, assessment/evaluation, and accountability.
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Incorporated
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction to the science standards : their impact on K-12 science teaching|
|The history of the science standards movement in the United States|
|A framework for investigating the influence of the national science standards|
|The status of K-12 science teaching in the United States : results from a national observation survey|
|Teacher perceptions of science standards in K-12 classrooms : an Alabama case study|
|Realizing the national science education standards : channels of influence using a state level perspective - a Kansas case study|
|Science standards : cause and object of influence - a Kansas case study|
|Impact of the reform efforts on K-12 science inquiry : a paradigm shift|
|Argumentation and the science standards : the intersection of scientific and historical reasoning and inquiry|
|Improving the alignment of curriculum and assessment to national science standards|
|Translating science standards into practice across the teacher education continuum : a professional development school mode|
|The impact of state standards on teacher professional development and student performance in middle school science : a Texas case study|
|Impact of science standards on curriculum and instruction in the Earth sciences|
|The influence of science standards and regulation on teacher quality and curriculum renewal : an Australian perspective|