How can we use new technology to support and educate the science leaders of tomorrow? This unique book describes the design, development, and implementation of an effective science leadership program that promotes collaboration among scientists and science educators, provides authentic research experiences for educators, and facilitates adaptation and evaluation of these experiences for students in secondary and post-secondary classrooms. The information technology used focuses on visualization, simulation, modeling, and analyses of complex data sets. The book also examines program outcomes, including analyses of resulting classroom implementation and impacts on science and education faculty, graduate students, and secondary science teachers and their students. Contributors: Gillian Acheson, Ruth Anderson, Lawrence Griffing, Bruce Herbert, Margaret Hobson, Cathleen C. Loving, Karen McNeal, Jim Minstrell, George M. Nickles, Susan Pedersen, Carol Stuessy, and X. Ben Wu.SUMMARY Successful educational partnerships areoften describedin retrospect as evolvingfroma combinationofcareful design andserendipity. Can partnership success be reverseengineered? Drawingon lessons learned frommultipleanbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Science Education Leadership|
|Author||:||Jane F. Schielack, Stephanie L. Knight|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 2015-04-25|