If you want to examine science teaching from humanistic, and progressive prospectives, then The Art of Teaching Science is a blog that might interest you. Not only will you find inquiry-based resources, projects, technology updates, and eBooks relevant to your needs as a science educator, but you will also find much more.
The Art of Teaching Science Blog was started in 2005.
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Science teachers, professors of science education and science education students want content that is valuable, compelling, and practical. At the Art of Teaching Science website we explore science teaching issues, teaching strategies designed to improve your knowledge of humanistic science and inquiry science teaching.
Delivering the content on the issues that impinge on your work as a science educator, and uncovering and describing practical teaching strategies that will foster inquiry and humanistic approaches to teaching science is important to all of us.
The Art of Teaching Science is about:
- Discussing issues that impact science teaching
- Progressive and humanistic science teaching
- Science inquiry
- Publishing eBooks on important science teaching topics
About the Author
Jack Hassard is a writer, former high school science teacher and Professor Emeritus of Science Education, Georgia State University.