Jump to navigation Jump to search
The printable version is no longer supported and may have rendering errors. Please update your browser bookmarks and please use the default browser print function instead.
- this entry is not even a decent stub, please have patience ....
This is an overview page on things related to science teaching
- ScienceTeaching.org - Resources an blog by Jack Hassard.
- Hassard, Jack, 2005, The Art of Teaching Science, Syllabus Helpers and Agenda Strategies to support the "Art of Teaching Science" book. HTML
- David W. Rudge's list (updated Auf. 2011 as of 1/2012)
- Science Education Journals by Norman Herr.
- Science Education journals (U. Maryland)
A (not the) short list:
- ISSOTL conferences( International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning),
- NABT conferences (The National Association of Biology Teachers, USA),
- AAAS conferences (The American Association for the Advancement of Science),
- AERA conferences (American Educational Research Association)
- ASE conferences (Association of Science Education, UK)
- EARLI and EARLI SIG conferences (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction)
- ESERA (European Science Education Research Association)
- International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation is dedicated to education and competition, advancement of synthetic biology, and the development of open community and collaboration.
Science for all
- Nakedscience (in french)
- See also: citizen science
Kits for teaching
- Biobuilder.org is an open-access website offering informative animations and activities for anyone who wants to teach or learn about synthetic biology.
- See also: (some) microworlds
- Hassard, Jack, 2004, The Art of Teaching Science, Oxford Univesity Press.
- Hassard, Jack, 2000, Minds ON Science Online, A Web Course on Teaching Science, Georgia State,  (this is a very nice on-line open access book on learning theory and models of science teaching).
- Hassard, Jack, Using the Internet As An Effective Science Teaching Tool, HTML