The Center for Mathematics and Science Education Research (CMSER) coordinates research, teacher education, curriculum development and implementation, and dissemination efforts in mathematics and science education, and fosters rich partnerships with educational institutions and organizations throughout the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The Government of India, through the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), has established seven Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER). These institutes are located in Bhopal, Berhampur, Mohali, Pune, Kolkata, Thiruvanantapuram and Tirupati. 1986. “Research on Teacher Education.” In Handbook of Research on Teaching, 3rd edition, ed. M. C. Wittrock. New York: Macmillan.
Strand 3: Understand the nature and development of scientific knowledge. Geoscience Australia (GA) – offers a wide range of downloadable education resources and offers publications, maps, models and education kits for sale. The richest activities are invented by teachers and students. As a graduate of the BA programme in education science, you can work with employee and competence development, or as a consultant in the education field in ministries and agencies. You can also work with development and evaluation activities in public sector organisations.
Although we have teased apart aspects of understanding and learning to do science as four interrelated strands, we do not separate these as separate learning objectives in our treatment of the pedagogical literature. Indeed, there is evidence that while the strands can be assessed separately, students use them in concert when engaging in scientific tasks (Gotwals and Songer, 2006). Therefore, we contend that to help children develop conceptual understanding of natural systems in any deep way requires engaging them in scientific practices that incorporate all four strands to help them to build and apply conceptual models, as well as to understand science as a disciplinary way of knowing.
Chapter 2, Open Education and Open Educational Resources for the Teaching of Classics in the UKâ€ by Simon Mahony, explores lessons learned about the potentials of Open Educational Resources (OER) during the conduct of three projects aimed at the creation, use, and re-use of online educational resources for the teaching of Classics. This chapter dwells on the lack of OERs for Classics and regrets how the state of the art in this area is still palpably behind that of other disciplines.
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