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The Sourcebook for Teaching Science – Strategies, Activities, and Instructional Resources , provides new and experienced teachers a wealth of teaching strategies, resources, lessons, activities, and ideas to enhance the teaching and learning of physics, chemistry, biology, and the earth and space sciences. Resources are based on learning theory, and are designed to stimulate student interest and involvement. As students engage in the activities of this book, they develop higher order reasoning skills, and a deeper understanding of scientific concepts and their relevance to their everyday life.


 The Sourcebook for Teaching Science is designed to complement any secondary school science curriculum. Science teachers will find ready-to-use demonstrations, experiments, illustrations, games, puzzles, analogies, lessons, activities, and strategies, as well as explanations of how to adapt these for English learners and diverse student populations. All topics are accompanied by extensive background material, providing teachers with the scientific, organizational, and pedagogical principles necessary for successful classroom implementation.

The Sourcebook for Teaching Science complements Hands-On Physics Activities with Real-Life Applications , and Hands-On Chemistry Activities with Real-Life Applications , authored by Norman Herr and James Cunningham, and published by Jossey-Bass, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The activities in all three resources address the National Science Education Standards and state science content standards.

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The Buzz @ Sourcebooks captures just some of the great features and news about our authors generated by our relentless, energetic marketing and publicity teams.

The Readers of Broken Wheel is making a big splash as the
#1 IndieNext pick for January, a top Library Reads pick, and
a January Book of the Month at Amazon. Now it’s getting even
more love, making FOUR indie regional bestseller lists.
A HUGE thanks to all the booksellers!

So far in 2017, Sourcebooks has had TEN titles on the New York Times and USA
Today bestseller lists! We are excited to announce our latest bestsellers of 2017: How to Catch a Monster by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton! Congratulations to Adam, Andy, and to all of our bestselling authors.

The Sourcebook for Teaching Science – Strategies, Activities, and Instructional Resources , provides new and experienced teachers a wealth of teaching strategies, resources, lessons, activities, and ideas to enhance the teaching and learning of physics, chemistry, biology, and the earth and space sciences. Resources are based on learning theory, and are designed to stimulate student interest and involvement. As students engage in the activities of this book, they develop higher order reasoning skills, and a deeper understanding of scientific concepts and their relevance to their everyday life.


 The Sourcebook for Teaching Science is designed to complement any secondary school science curriculum. Science teachers will find ready-to-use demonstrations, experiments, illustrations, games, puzzles, analogies, lessons, activities, and strategies, as well as explanations of how to adapt these for English learners and diverse student populations. All topics are accompanied by extensive background material, providing teachers with the scientific, organizational, and pedagogical principles necessary for successful classroom implementation.

The Sourcebook for Teaching Science complements Hands-On Physics Activities with Real-Life Applications , and Hands-On Chemistry Activities with Real-Life Applications , authored by Norman Herr and James Cunningham, and published by Jossey-Bass, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The activities in all three resources address the National Science Education Standards and state science content standards.

The Buzz @ Sourcebooks captures just some of the great features and news about our authors generated by our relentless, energetic marketing and publicity teams.

The Readers of Broken Wheel is making a big splash as the
#1 IndieNext pick for January, a top Library Reads pick, and
a January Book of the Month at Amazon. Now it’s getting even
more love, making FOUR indie regional bestseller lists.
A HUGE thanks to all the booksellers!

So far in 2017, Sourcebooks has had TEN titles on the New York Times and USA
Today bestseller lists! We are excited to announce our latest bestsellers of 2017: How to Catch a Monster by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton! Congratulations to Adam, Andy, and to all of our bestselling authors.


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