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Brain Compatible Science free pdf Brain Compatible Science explores the principles of chaos theory and new science theory to provide educators with fresh insights for teaching, learning and assessing knowledge of essential science concepts. This unique resource examines best practices for science education, and covers such topics as brain-based learning theory, science inquiry, gender equity, and constructivist learning. In addition, the book features a generous collection of fully developed science lessons that expose students to a wide range of new ideas and methods of thinking, and can be easily integrated into any existing science curriculum. The lesson plans include learning objectives, background information, pre-activity discussions, step-by-step procedures, photocopiable pages, closure and extension suggestions, and technology connections.

About Margaret Angermeyer Mangan

Margaret Mangan is an award-winning educator whose teaching experience spans 36 years and grades 1 through 8 in Wisconsin schools. Most recently, Margaret taught science at Whitefish Bay Middle School, and prior to that was a science specialist for elementary schools in Whitefish Bay. Operating from a cart, Margaret traveled to forty-one classrooms a week to teach hands-on science to first through fifth graders. Drawing from inquiry, constructivist, and brain-based learning models, Margaret uses a variety of teaching strategies that address diverse learning styles. In addition to working with students, Margaret presents hands-on science workshops for educators. Margaret has a Master's of Education in professional development with an emphasis in science education from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee.

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Author : Margaret Angermeyer Mangan
Publisher : Corwin Press Inc
Data Published : 14 November 2006
ISBN : 1412939968
EAN : 9781412939966
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 250 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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