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This monograph presents a view of teachers and scientists cooperating in a co-learning experience. The CO-LEARNERS program is based on constructivism and provides opportunities for teachers to experience science process skills. Contents include: (1) Impact of Scientific Research Experiences: Preservice Teachers' Ideas on How They Think About and Teach Science (Penny J. Gilmer); (2) Real Science for Real Science Teachers (Sandra Davis); (3) Making Sense of Science (Rebecca Brockwell); (4) Teaching Science is Teaching Life (Lidia Lanns and M. Randall Spaid); (5) Making Science More Personal (Leslie Magalis and M. Randall Spaid); (6) Teaching and Learning Science: A Team Approach (Gregory Preston and M. Randall Spaid); (7) Making Connections to Science through the CO-LEARNERS Program (Lori Livingston Hahn); (8) Science from a Different Perspective: Through the Eyes of a Mathematics Teacher (Ron L. Wark); (9) Science: Not Your Typical Textbook and Lecture-Based Class Anymore (Christy Tarter); and (10) Trading Cultures: A Scientist-Teacher Partnership (Janet A. Macauley). (YDS)

Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Experiential Learning, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Mathematics Teachers, Preservice Teachers, School Business Relationship, Science Instruction, Science Process Skills, Scientists, Secondary Education

Southeast Eisenhower Regional Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education [at] SERVE, 1203 Governor's Square Blvd., Suite 400, Tallahassee, FL 32301. Tel: 850-671-6033; Tel: 800-854-0476 (Toll Free); Fax: 850-671-6010; Web site: http://www.serve.org/eisenhower.









Autor: Gilmer, Penny J., Ed.; Hahn, Lori Livingston, Ed.; Spaid, M. Randall, Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=5396&id=ED470532



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