Concepts and Inquiries in Elementary Science
elementary schools. Reformatted for this edition these activities model a more authentic methInquiry based activities to provide constructivist foundation for exploring science in od to conduct inquiry in science classrooms. This text is extracted from the more comprehensive Science in Elementary Education.
- Mixed media product | 480 pages
- 203.2 x 251.46 x 17.78mm | 1,065.94g
- 07 Jun 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
(NOTE: Inquiry Units 1 through 12 conclude with References, Selected Trade Books, and Resource Books.) I. CONCEPTS AND INQUIRIES IN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE. 1. Light Energy and Color. 2. Heat Energy. 3. Sound Energy. 4. Magnetic Interactions. 5. Electrical Energy. 6. Simple Machines. 7. Plant Life. 8. Animal Life. 9. The Human Body and Nutrition. 10. The Earth's Changing Surface. 11. Water, Air, and Weather. 12. The Earth in Space. Appendix A: Professional Bibliography. Appendix B: Science Curriculum Projects. Appendix C: Commercial Science Suppliers. Appendix D: Environments and Nutrition for Classroom Animals. Appendix E: Summary of Children's Thinking. Appendix F: State Education Agencies.