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by Uwe Hameyer,Jan van den Akker,Ronald D. Anderson,Mats Ekholm

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0791424995
Author:
Uwe Hameyer,Jan van den Akker,Ronald D. Anderson,Mats Ekholm
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Uwe Hameyer, Mats Ekholm, Jan van den Akker, Ronald D. Anderson. Category: Education & Teaching. In general, activity-based science programs are advocated in developed countries, but are relatively rare in practice. By studying successful cases in several countries this book shows what it takes to make them successful.

In general, activity-based science programs are advocated in developed countries, but are relatively rare in practice. Jan van den Akker is an Associate Professor at the University of Twente in The Netherlands. Ronald D. Anderson is Professor of Education, University of Colorado. Mats Ekholm is a Professor at the University of Karlstad in Sweden.

Laboratory programs for elementary school science: A meta-analysis of effects on learning. Portraits of productive schools. Science education primary school programs. Science Education, 69 (4), 577–91. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The Process of education. An international study of institutionalising activity-based practices in elementary science teaching. New York: SUNY Press. Hameyer, . and Schlichting, F. (Ed. Postlethwaite (Ed., International encyclopedia of education (pp. 4456–4461 ). Oxford: Pergamon Press.

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Hameyer, Uwe, Jan van den Akker, Ronald D. Anderson, and Mats Ekholm. Portraits of Productive Schools: An International Study of Institutionalizing Activity-based Practices in Elementary Science. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

SUNY series in science education. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-173) and index. Rubrics: Science Study and teaching (Elementary) Cross-cultural studies Study and teaching Activity programs. Download now Portraits of productive schools : an international study of institutionalizing activity-based practices in elementary science Uwe Hameyer. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Subject area and category. Social Sciences, Education. Quartile: Q1. Abstracting and indexing. BRISDAT (British Science Database). Lucy Avraamidou - University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Based on the study of successful cases in several countries, this book shows what it takes to put activity-based science programs into practice in elementary schools.