K-12 STEM education : breakthroughs in research and practice için kapak resmi
K-12 STEM education : breakthroughs in research and practice
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Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) :

IGI Global,

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51 PDFs (xvii, 1030, xxiv pages)
Chapter 1. Developing a rResearch-informed teaching module for learning About electrical circuits at lower secondary school level: supporting personal learning about science and the nature of science -- Chapter 2. Developing an elementary engineering education program through problem-based wearable technologies activities -- Chapter 3. Promoting diversity and public school success in robotics competitions -- Chapter 4. She designs therefore she is?: evolving understandings of video game design -- Chapter 5. Investigating school mathematics performance and affect: a critique of research methods and instruments -- Chapter 6. An integral approach to active learning in mathematics -- Chapter 7. Semantics and pragmatics in mathematical events: a linguistics view -- Chapter 8. Mathematics teacher education and edTPA: complex assessing -- Chapter 9. Analyzing prospective mathematics teachers' development of teaching practices in mathematics: a lesson study approach -- Chapter 10. Preparing teachers to implement technology: the CCMS experience -- Chapter 11. Teachers and mathematical modeling: what are the challenges? -- Chapter 12. Examining what elementary school teachers take away from mathematics professional development -- Chapter 13. The use of bideos in the training of math tachers: formative assessment in math teaching and learning -- Chapter 14. Transforming mathematics teaching through games and inquiry -- Chapter 15. Learner-interface interactions With mobile-assisted learning in mathematics: effects on and relationship With mathematics performance -- Chapter 16. The direct and indirect effects of computer uses on student success in math -- Chapter 17. The role of situational context in high school teachers use of graphing calculator in mathematics instruction -- Chapter 18. Early statistical reasoning: an exploratory study of primary school students' use of a dynamic statistics software package for analyzing and interpreting data -- Chapter 19. The iPad: a mathematics classroom tool for implementing the Common Core state standards technology Vision -- Chapter 20. Local lotto: mathematics and mobile technology to study the lottery -- Chapter 21. Transformations of the concept of linear function in technological high schools -- Chapter 22. Effectiveness of GSP-aided instruction -- Chapter 23. Contextual influences on science teachers' TPACK levels -- Chapter 24. Preservice teachers exploring the nature of science in simulated worlds -- Chapter 25. Building bridges: teachers leveraging game-based implicit science learning in physics classrooms -- Chapter 26. New literacy implementation: the impact of professional development on middle school student science learning -- Chapter 27. Exploring the use of social media to advance K12 science education -- Chapter 28. Using authentic earth data in the K-12 classroom -- Chapter 29. The use of tablet technology to support inquiry science for students incarcerated in juvenile justice settings -- Chapter 30. Case studies of scaffolded on-line inquiry in primary and secondary classrooms: technology and inquiry in a science context -- Chapter 31. Serious educational games (SEGs) and student learning and engagement with scientific concepts -- Chapter 32. Implementing virtual lab learning to high school -- Chapter 33. Learning about sustainability in a non-formal laboratory context for secondary level students: a module on climate change, the ozone hole, and summer smog -- Chapter 34. Understanding how images and attitudes toward scientists and science contribute to science identities: investigating how images drawn by elementary, middle, and high school students reflect their attitudes -- Chapter 35. Motivating inquiry-based learning through a combination of physical and virtual computer-based laboratory experiments in high school science -- Chapter 36. Showcasing the creative talents in science of the academically less-inclined students through a values-driven toy storytelling project -- Chapter 37. A theoretical and methodological approach to examine young learners' cognitive engagement in science learning -- Chapter 38. The nature of third grade student experiences with concept maps to support learning of science concepts -- Chapter 39. Learning biology with situated learning in Mexican Zapoteca tele-secondary schools -- Chapter 40. Designing and implementing inclusive STEM activities for early childhood -- Chapter 41. Using digital resources to support STEM education -- Chapter 42. Technology-supported inquiry in STEM teacher education: from old challenges to new possibilities -- Chapter 43. The power of computational modeling and simulation for learning STEM content in middle and high schools -- Chapter 44. Using ICT in STEM education: a help or a hindrance to student learning? -- Chapter 45. Engaging students in conducting data analysis: the whole-class data advantage -- Chapter 46. The politics of video games in STEM education -- Chapter 47. An interdisciplinary exploration of the climate change issue and implications for teaching STEM through inquiry.
"This book is a pivotal source of academic material on the latest trends, techniques, technological tools, and scholarly perspectives on STEM education in K-12 learning environments. Including a range of pertinent topics such as instructional design, online learning, and educational technologies"-- Provided by publisher.


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Education is vital to the progression and sustainability of society. By developing effective learning programs, this creates numerous impacts and benefits for future generations to come. K-12 STEM Education: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice is a pivotal source of academic material on the latest trends, techniques, technological tools, and scholarly perspectives on STEM education in K-12 learning environments. Including a range of pertinent topics such as instructional design, online learning, and educational technologies, this book is an ideal reference source for teachers, teacher educators, professionals, students, researchers, and practitioners interested in the latest developments in K-12 STEM education.