Highlights from significant papers addressing science education reform.
The Teaching Gap
by James Stigler and James Hiebert;Date Published: 1999
The Free Press, New York
Comments and Review prepared by Chuck Downing, PhD
Anne Wheelock, Damian J. Bebell, and Walt Haney (2000)
Teachers College Record, Date Published: 11/2/00 ID Number: 10635
Copyright 2000 Teachers College, Columbia University. All rights reserved
Pittman, Kim. (1999) Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Vol. 36, No. 1, pages 1-22.
Thompson, Michael. (1997). "Believing the Truth IS Out There: A Science and Math School Uses Language as the Heart of Its Curricular Connections." English Journal. v86. n7. Pages 98-102. November 1997.
If you have not yet been exposed to science standards where you teach, look behind you, because theyre coming...
Priestley, Priestley, and Schmuckler, and Hilosky, Sutman and Wang
""The Impact of Longer Term Intervention on Reforming the Approaches to Instruction in Chemistry by Urban Teachers of Physical and Life Sciences at the Secondary School Level.". Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Meeting, March 23, 1997, Chicago, IL
Howe, Alice A.
"Reliability Study on the Use of a Rubric in Elementary Science". Research paper presented in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Degree of Master's of Arts. Adamms State College, Alamosos, Colorado, 1997.
"Rubrics Revisited". The Science Teacher, October, l995, pages 49-51
Penner, David; Giles, Nancy; Lehrer, Richard; and Schauble, Leona.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Vol. 34. No. 2. PP 125-143. (1997)
Phi Delta Kappan. Volume 78, Number 8.
Warkentin, Dan. and Bates, John.
Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association. April, 1994. ERIC DIGEST ED404135.