Best Practices in Chemistry Teacher Education

Sarah B. Boesdorfer (Redaktør)

From the novice to the seasoned professional, chemistry teachers at all career stages are required to adapt and continually improve their teaching practices. This book examines successes and challenges related to educating and supporting secondary and post-secondary chemistry teachers in their teaching practice. Les mer
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From the novice to the seasoned professional, chemistry teachers at all career stages are required to adapt and continually improve their teaching practices. This book examines successes and challenges related to educating and supporting secondary and post-secondary chemistry teachers in their teaching practice. A valuable collection of evidence-based approaches, this book will guide, inspire, and empower both training and serving chemistry teachers to implement best
practices in their own classrooms.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Growing Teachers and Improving Chemistry Learning: How Best Practices in Chemistry Teacher Education Can Enhance Chemistry Education Sarah B. Boesdorfer

Preservice Chemistry Teacher Education
Chapter 2. Strategies for Building a Community of Undergraduate STEM P 2. re-Service Teachers S. D. Wiediger, K. Barry, L. Cummings, M. Feldmann, J. S. Krim, S. M. Locke, and T. Voepel
Chapter 3. Teach (STEM)3: A Clinical Residency Model for Preparing Effective STEM Teachers Katherine W. Stickney, Kimberly M. Baker, and Deborah D. Sachs
Chapter 4. Combining Pedagogical Methods with Hands-On Chemistry Demonstrations Angela M. Miller, Christopher S. Callam, and Karen E. Irving

Inservice Secondary Chemistry Teacher Education
Chapter 5. Advancing Professional Knowledge and Skills for Chemistry Teaching through an Online Master's Degree for Secondary-Level Chemistry Teachers Sarah B. Boesdorfer
Chapter 6. Crosscutting Concepts as a Framework for Professional Development in NGSS Curriculum for High School Chemistry Dawn I. Del Carlo
Chapter 7. Resource Bridging between High School and College Educators: An Interactive Approach for a Dual Credit Chemistry Course Kimberly S. Arnold and Deborah A. Snaddon
Chapter 8. Summer Workshop for High School Teachers To Utilize MOOCs in Their Classrooms Kim R. Woodrum and Allison S. Soult

Inservice Post-Secondary Chemistry Teacher Education
Chapter 9. Redesigned Pre-Service Training for Teaching Assistants in High Enrollment, Active Learning Based General Chemistry Courses Lindy K. Stoll, Liana B. Lamont, Stephen B. Block, and Brian J. Esselman
Chapter 10. A Collaborative Professional Development Program for Science Faculty and Graduate Students in Support of Education Reform at Two-Year Hispanic-Serving Institutions David R. Brown, Stacey Brydges, Stanley M. Lo, Maya E. Denton, and Maura J. Borrego
Chapter 11. Supporting Faculty in Adopting Active Learning Pedagogies Ian L. Brown, Thomas Wenzel, and Renee Cole

Editor's Biography
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Dr. Sarah B. Boesdorfer is an assistant professor of chemistry education at Illinois State University. She works with preservice and inservice chemistry teacher students. She has experience leading professional development for secondary-level chemistry and science teachers focusing on NGSS implementation and supporting inservice chemistry teachers in action research to understand
and improve their practice. Along with the action research, her research interests and publications focus on chemistry (and science) teachers' learning experiences and the impacts on their teaching. She has also previously taught high school chemistry and physics in Illinois.