Teacher Strategies: How to Organize, Direct, and Evaluate Science Projects

Teacher Strategies: How to Organize, Direct, and Evaluate Science Projects

by Richard A. Neuhaus

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Teacher Strategies: How to Organize, Direct, and Evaluate Science Projects by Richard A. Neuhaus

Teacher Strategies: How to Organize, Direct, and Evaluate Science Projects is written for teachers who may be planning to incorporate student science projects as a supplement to their curriculum. The handbook may also be useful to the seasoned veteran and to anyone else who may be interested in or curious about science projects and science fairs.

Learn how to incorporate student science projects as a supplement to your curriculum ... Discover ways to keep projects on track ... Read about techniques for evaluating projects ... And much more!

This 40-page handbook is designed to walk teachers through the intricacies of a science fair, and to help them encourage their students to investigate the wonderful world of science.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151170949
Publisher: Gormley Publishing
Publication date: 07/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 58
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Richard Newhouse holds a Master of Science degree specializing in cellular and molecular biology from Cleveland State University, where he has done research in the fields of endocrinology and the aging process. In addition, he has an undergraduate teaching degree in biology from Waynesburg University, and a major in chemistry. He also holds a Master of Education degree from Rutgers University.

Mr. Newhouse has had 32 years of broad teaching experience in secondary education at all grade levels, 7-12, in the subjects of general science, biology, and chemistry. He has written numerous books on science activities – some published under his ancestral name "Neuhaus." He was a volunteer judge at regional and state level science fairs in Ohio. Many of his students won science project awards and later chose science careers.

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