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Título Start with a story: the case study method of teaching college scienceLibros / Impreso - Libros
Autor(es) Herreid , Clyde Freeman (Editor)
Publicación Arlington, Virginia : NSTA Press, 2007
Descripción Física xv, 466 páginas : ilustraciones ; 28 cm.
Idioma Inglés;
ISBN 9781933531069
Clasificación(es) 507.1073
Departamento de Ciencias Químicas
Materia(s) Ciencia - Enseñanza - Estados Unidos; Ciencia - Enseñanza - Estudio de casos; Formación profesional de maestros - Estudio de casos;
Nota(s) "An NSTA Press journals collection."
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
CONTENIDO: The case for cases: we need a new approach. Chicken Little, Paul Revere, and Winston Churchill look at Science Literacy -- The Maiden and the Witch: The Crippling Undergraduate Experience -- Saint Anthony and the Chicken Poop: An Essay on the Power of Storytelling in the Teaching of Science -- Storyteller's Box: Opening the doors to science case studies -- What are case studies?. Case Studies in Science: A Novel Method of Science Education -- What is a Case? Bringing to Science Education the Established Teaching Tool of Law and Medicine -- What Makes a Good Case? Some Basic Rules of Good Storytelling Help Teachers Generate Excitement in the Classroom -- The Business End of Cases -- Types of case studies. Sorting Potatoes for Miss Bonner: Bringing Order to Case-Study Methodology Through a Classification System -- How to teach with case studies: An Oerview. Can Case Studies be used to Teach Critical Thinking? -- Naming Names: The Greatest Secret in Leading a Discussion is Using Students' Names -- Opening Day: Getting Started in a Cooperative Classroom -- Using Students as Critics in Faculty Development -- Whole Class Discussion: The Classical Method. Using Novels to Teach Science: Michael Crichton's State of Fear and Global Warming -- Journal Articles as Case Studies: The New England Journal of Medicine on Breast Cancer: Promoting Critical Thinking in Science -- Bad Blood: A Case Study of the Tuskegee Syphilis Project -- Case Study Teaching in Science: A Dilemma Case on "Animal Rights" -- Is There Life on Mars? Debating the Existence of Extraterrestrial Life in a Classroom Dilemma Case -- Small Group Methods: Overview. Why Isn't Cooperative Learning Used to Teach Science? -- The Bee and the Groundhog: Lessons in Cooperative Learning Troubles With Groups -- I Never Knew Joe Paterno: An Essay on Teamwork and Love -- The Pima Experience: Three easy Pieces -- Problem-Based Learning. The Death of Problem-Based Learning? -- AIDS and the Duesberg Phenomenon.
The Petition: A Global Warming Case Study -- Interrupted Case Method. The Interrupted Case Method -- Mom Always Liked You Best: Examining the Hypothesis of Parental Favoritism -- Intimate Debate Method. The Intimate Debate Method: Should Marijuana be Legalized for Medicinal Purposes? -- Team-based learning. Larry Finally Wrote His Book: Team-Based Learning Has Its Bible -- Using Case Studies in Science-And Still "Covering Content" -- An Application of Team Learning in Dental Education -- Of Mammoths and Men: A Case Study in Extinction -- Large class methods. "Clicker" Cases: Introducing Case Study Teaching into Large Classrooms -- The Case of the Druid Dracula: A Directed "Clicker" Case Study on DNA
Fingerprinting -- Individual Case Study Methods. Dialogues as Case Studies: A Discussion on Human Cloning: Creating Drama and Controversy in the Science Classroom -- Student Paper on the Atlantic Salmon Controversy -- Hybrid Case Methods. Alien Evolution-A Futuristic Case Study: The Return of the Cambrian Explosion -- What to do about Mother: Investigating Fetal Tissue Research and the Effects of Parkinson's Disease -- The Galapagos: A Natural Laboratory for the Study of Evolution -- Structured Controversy - A Case Study Strategy: DNA Fingerprinting in the Courts -- A Word to the Wise? Advising Freshmen -- The Directed Case Method. The Directed Case Method: Teaching Concept and Process in a Content-Rich Course -- Little Mito: The Story of the Origins of the Cell -- The Death of Baby Pierre: A Genetic Mystery -- The Case of the Dividing Cell: Mitosis and Meiosis in the Cellular Court -- How Not to Teach with Case Studies. Return to Mars: How Not to teach a Case Study -- Why a Case-Based Course Failed: An Analysis of an Ill-fated Experiment -- DON'T! What Not to Do When Teaching Case Studies -- How to Write Case Studies. Case Studies and the Media -- Cooking With Betty Crocker: A Recipe for Case Study Writing.
Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right? How Much Information Should We Put Into a Case Study? -- The Way of Flesch: The Art of Writing Readable Cases -- Twixt Fact and Fiction: A Case Writer's Dilemma -- An Open or Shut Case? Contrasting Approaches to Case Study Design -- Racism and All Sorts of Politically Correct Isms in Case Studies. What Are We to Do? -- How to write case study teaching notes. And All That Jazz: An Essay Extolling the Virtues of Writing Case Teaching Notes --
How to Grade Students Using Case-Based Teaching. When Justice Peeks: Evaluating Students in Case Study Teaching -- Assessment and Evaluation of the Case Study Process. Coplas de Ciego -- Assessment of Case Study Teaching: Where Do We Go from Here? Part I -- Assessment of Case Study Teaching: Where Do We Go from Here? Part II -- The Future of Case Teaching. Paul Seymour, Assistant Professor: A Dilemma Case in Teaching -- Teaching In the Year 2061 -- E-mail from Sócrates.

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