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Strategies for the Science Classroom
Currents in Teaching and Learning (2010)
  • Rebeca Befus, Wayne State University
Abstract
Teaching science at the college level can be quite daunting for a novice professor. On the other hand, it can be intimidating for a seasoned professor to deal with the changes in student expectations and behaviors that characterize today’s milieu. Millennial students expect and require more than the simple lecture-based curriculum many university science courses offer. The Handbook of College Science Teaching can be used effectively by both novice and seasoned professor alike to not only understand their student population better, but to also improve their own approach to instruction, as well as the techniques they use
Publication Date
2010
Publisher Statement
Review of Handbook of College Science Teaching, edited by Joel J. Mintzes and William H. Leonard.
Citation Information
Rebeca Befus. "Strategies for the Science Classroom" Currents in Teaching and Learning Vol. 2 Iss. 2 (2010) p. 101 - 103
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rebeca-peacock/6/