Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Physical Science (Merck Course)
This tape contains 5 final assets. See more details below. Michael Griffin’s classroom segments: mck05_vid_mgpedagogy mck05_vid_mgenergy mck05_vid_mggoals mck05_vid_mgballramp1 mck05_vid_mgballramp2 mck05_vid_mgpedagogy Teaching About Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces HPS - Session 5 - APPLICATION - Subpart:PCK Know It When You See It mck05_vid_mgenergy Energy Assessment HPS - Session 6: APPLICATION Subpart: One Teacher’s Approach to Potential and Kinetic Energy mck05_vid_mggoals Michael Griffin: Goals for Lesson Design HPS - Session 7 - EXPLORATION - Subpart:Lesson Planning in Action mck05_vid_mgballramp1 Roller Coaster Ride HPS - Session 8: EXPLORATION Subpart: Comparing Classroom Environments mck05_vid_mgballramp2 Ramps and Ball Bearings HPS - Session 8 - PRACTICE Subpart: Refining the Learning Environment
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- Teachers' Domain Professional Development
- High School Physical Science (Merck Course)
- Series Description
Teaching Elementary Life Science is a graduate-level professional development course designed to enhance your understanding and teaching of life science. In eight sessions, you will investigate life science topics using hands-on activities and online resources including video segments, interactive activities, readings, and other multimedia materials. These resources are drawn from Teachers' Domain, WGBH's digital library service. Series release date: 2004
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Teaching High School Physical Science is a graduate-level professional development course. It is designed to enhance your understanding of inquiry-based approaches to teaching standards-based physical science at the high school level. In eight sessions, you will investigate physical science topics, such as atomic structure, chemical reactions, motions and forces and the electromagnetic spectrum. Suggested teaching methodologies use a wide range of online resources, including video segments, interactive activities and readings. These resources are drawn from Teachers' Domain, WGBH's digital library service. The course provides an opportunity to explore novel learning environments and pedagogy applications that foster student interest, involve students in the research process, advance critical thinking/problem-solving skills, and develop conceptual understanding of physical science topics.
Also used in Teachers' Domain In Action Promo: All of these are assets that have “Michael Griffin” as the teacher name in the description field. barcode: 134065-134070 ; Order numbers: 1166894 – 1166899
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- Chicago: “Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Physical Science (Merck Course),” 01/23/2006, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed August 24, 2017, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_A57D50E91D314F2697A6B6B6587DECEE.
- MLA: “Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Physical Science (Merck Course).” 01/23/2006. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. August 24, 2017. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_A57D50E91D314F2697A6B6B6587DECEE>.
- APA: Teachers' Domain Professional Development; High School Physical Science (Merck Course). Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_A57D50E91D314F2697A6B6B6587DECEE