Issues in Teacher Education

Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2005


Issues in Teacher Education
Guest Editors’ Introduction
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Laura Henriques, Alan Colburn, & Maureen McMahon

Using Science Notebooks To Promote
Preservice Teachers’ Understanding
of Formative Assessment
....................................................................... 5
Judith A. Morrison

Developing a Community of Teachers
through Integrated Science and Literacy
Service-Learning Experiences
............................................................. 23
Anne M. Cox-Petersen, Brenda H. Spencer, & Teresa J. Crawford

Inquiry Science, Sheltered Instruction,
and English-Language Learners:
Conflicting Pedagogies in Highly Diverse Classrooms
....................... 35
John Settlage, Anne Madsen, & Kerri Rustad

Using SIOP in Science:
Response to Settlage, Madsen, & Rustad
............................................ 59
Jana Echevarria

Using Web-Based “Snapshots of Practice”
To Explore Science Learning and Teaching
in a Course for Prospective Teachers
.................................................. 63
Emily H. van Zee

Rural School-Community Partnerships:
The Case of Science Education
............................................................ 81
Daphne D. Minner & Elisabeth Hiles

Using a Science/Technology/Society Approach
To Prepare Reform-Oriented Science Teachers:
The Case of a Secondary Science Methods Course
............................. 95
Pradeep M. Dass

Book Review
School of Dreams
............................................................................... 109
Reviewed by Maureen McMahon & Gwen Kaven

 

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