Education In Science

Texarkana Gazette23 minutes ago.earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Arkansas University in May 1996, a Master of Science in Secondary Education from Texas A&M University-Texarkana in December 1998 and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from A&M-Texarkana in December 2004. Science education is evolving once again-as it has since the emergence of public schools in the United States-to a focus on mastering basic concepts and skills that can be used in new situations. Yet, in order to truly accomplish this, contexts need to be established first. Concepts and process skills are desirable end points. But if real learning is to occur, concepts and skills cannot be approached directly and used as organizers for courses and instruction. Without the proper background, students do not understand and are rarely able to use the information and skills that are taught. This explains why science lacks popularity and why most … Read more