2 edition of Creative teaching of science in the elementary school found in the catalog.
Creative teaching of science in the elementary school
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|Statement||[by] Albert Piltz [and] Robert Sund. Foreword by E. Paul Torrance.|
|Series||Allyn and Bacon series in creative teaching ;, 7|
|Contributions||Sund, Robert B., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB1585 .P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 217 p.|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||67030521|
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Elementary school students are naturally curious, which makes science an ideal subject for them to learn.
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Teachers can make use of the interesting science songs available online or create one to introduce the basics of astronomy, biology, botany, physical science and earth science with fun.
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Elementary School Science or the '90s, a collaborative book from the National Center for Improving Science Education, outlines ways for educators to ensure that good science learning is an important part of all children's educational experience.
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One of the biggest challenges teachers face as science teachers is creating lessons that will not only get students to learn but hold student interest. In fact, science at all levels of school should be about curiosity, exploration, and lots of fun.
As more and more states adopt the Next Generation Science Standards (and as other states adopt their own similar science standards), teachers are looking for new and creative ways to teach science concepts at the elementary level.
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Little Bird Tales. Students can create digital books, add or draw photos and insert their very own voice with Little Bird Tales. You could have each student create a page to create a class book. Feb 01, · Learning from Creative Teachers. This could mean incorporating design activities into teaching science or having students write songs to learn a certain piece of information.
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It is intended both for students in teacher education and for inservice teachers. A fundamental premise of the book is that to develop creativity in children the teacher should operate from a basic set of principles and behaviors.
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But of course there is a lot more to our homeschool routine than just those subjects. Today I want to share how we teach science to our elementary aged children in the context of every day life, without a set curriculum.
My school doesn’t have an art teacher at all, and we are an objective-meeting machine, so there isn’t much time for art in the regular classroom. This saddens me because I feel that as educators, we need to teach the whole child. Part of that child is a creative mind and artistic spirit.
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