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Innovation in Astronomy Education - 2138985925

574,95 zł

Innovation in Astronomy Education Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astronomia ogólna

Innovation in Astronomy Education Autor: Edited by Jay M. Pasachoff, Rosa M. Ros, Naomi PasachoffAstronomy leads to an understanding of the history and nature of science, and attracts many young people to education in science and technology. But while in many countries astronomy is not part of the standard curriculum, many scientific and educational societies and government agencies have produced materials and educational resources in astronomy for all educational levels. This volume highlights the general strategies for effective teaching and introduces innovative points of view regarding methods of teaching and learning, particularly those using new technologies. Technology is used in astronomy both for obtaining observations and for teaching. The book also presents ideas for how astronomy can be connected to environmental issues and other topics of public interest. This valuable overview is based on papers and posters presented by many of the world's leading astronomy educators at a Special Session of the International Astronomical Union General Assembly in Prague in 2006. Spis treści: Preface Part I. General Strategies for Effective Teaching: Introduction 1. Main objectives of SpS2 2. Learning astronomy by doing astronomy 3. Hands-on Universe-Europe 4. Life on Earth in the atmosphere of the Sun 5. A model of teaching astronomy to pre-service teachers 6. How to teach, learn about, and enjoy astronomy 7. Clickers: a new teaching tool of exceptional promise 8. Educational opportunities in pro-am collaboration 9. Teaching history of astronomy to second-year engineering students 10. Teaching the evolution of stellar and Milky Way concepts through the ages 11. Educational efforts of the International Astronomical Union 12. Astronomy in culture 13. Light pollution: a tool for astronomy education 14. Astronomy by distance learning 15. Edible astronomy demonstrations 16. Amateur astronomers as public outreach partners 17. Does the Sun rotate around Earth or Earth rotate around the Sun? 18. Using sounds and sonifications for astronomy outreach 19. Teaching astronomy and the crisis in science education 20. Astronomy for all as part of a general education Poster abstracts Part II. Connecting Astronomy with the Public: Introduction 21. A status report from the Division XII working group 22. Outreach using media 23. Astronomy podcasting 24. IAU's communication strategy, hands-on science communication, and the communication of the planet definition discussion 25. Getting a word in edgeways: the survival of discourse in audiovisual astronomy 26. Critical evaluation of the new Hall of Astronomy 27. Revitalizing astronomy teaching through research on student understanding Poster abstracts Part III. Effective Use of Instruction and Information Technology: Introduction 28. ESO's astronomy education program 29. U.S. student astronomy research and remote observing projects 30. Global network of autonomous observatories dedicated to student research 31. Remote telescopes in education: report of an Australian study 32. Visualizing large astronomical data holdings Poster abstracts Part IV. Practical Issues Connected with the Implementation of the 2003 IAU Resolution: Introduction 33. Stellar evolution for students of Moscow University 34. Astronomy for everybody: An approach from the CASAO/NAUH view 35. Toward a new program in astronomy education in secondary schools in Turkey 36. Universe awareness for young children 37. Education in Egypt and Egyptian responses to eclipses 38. Astronomy in the cultural heritage of African societies 39. Education at the Pierre Auger Observatory: the cinema as a tool in science education 40. Freshman seminars: interdisciplinary engagements in astronomy 41. Astronomy for teachers Poster abstracts Conclusion.dla: academic researchers, graduate students, professionals isbn9780521880152stron384Data publikacji24/07/2008100 b/w illus.Hardback247 x 174 mm

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Innovation in Astronomy Education - 2138986655

148,00 zł

Innovation in Astronomy Education Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astronomia ogólna

Innovation in Astronomy Education Autor: Edited by Jay M. Pasachoff , Rosa M. Ros , Naomi PasachoffAstronomy leads to an understanding of the history and nature of science, and attracts many young people to education in science and technology. But while in many countries astronomy is not part of the standard curriculum, many scientific and educational societies and government agencies have produced materials and educational resources in astronomy for all educational levels. This volume highlights the general strategies for effective teaching and introduces innovative points of view regarding methods of teaching and learning, particularly those using new technologies. Technology is used in astronomy both for obtaining observations and for teaching. The book also presents ideas for how astronomy can be connected to environmental issues and other topics of public interest. This valuable overview is based on papers and posters presented by many of the world's leading astronomy educators at a Special Session of the International Astronomical Union General Assembly in Prague in 2006. Spis tre?ci: Preface Part I. General Strategies for Effective Teaching: Introduction 1. Main objectives of SpS2 2. Learning astronomy by doing astronomy 3. Hands-on Universe-Europe 4. Life on Earth in the atmosphere of the Sun 5. A model of teaching astronomy to pre-service teachers 6. How to teach, learn about, and enjoy astronomy 7. Clickers: a new teaching tool of exceptional promise 8. Educational opportunities in pro-am collaboration 9. Teaching history of astronomy to second-year engineering students 10. Teaching the evolution of stellar and Milky Way concepts through the ages 11. Educational efforts of the International Astronomical Union 12. Astronomy in culture 13. Light pollution: a tool for astronomy education 14. Astronomy by distance learning 15. Edible astronomy demonstrations 16. Amateur astronomers as public outreach partners 17. Does the Sun rotate around Earth or Earth rotate around the Sun? 18. Using sounds and sonifications for astronomy outreach 19. Teaching astronomy and the crisis in science education 20. Astronomy for all as part of a general education Poster abstracts Part II. Connecting Astronomy with the Public: Introduction 21. A status report from the Division XII working group 22. Outreach using media 23. Astronomy podcasting 24. IAU's communication strategy, hands-on science communication, and the communication of the planet definition discussion 25. Getting a word in edgeways: the survival of discourse in audiovisual astronomy 26. Critical evaluation of the new Hall of Astronomy 27. Revitalizing astronomy teaching through research on student understanding Poster abstracts Part III. Effective Use of Instruction and Information Technology: Introduction 28. ESO's astronomy education program 29. US student astronomy research and remote observing projects 30. Global network of autonomous observatories dedicated to student research 31. Remote telescopes in education: report of an Australian study 32. Visualizing large astronomical data holdings Poster abstracts Part IV. Practical Issues Connected with the Implementation of the 2003 IAU Resolution: Introduction 33. Stellar evolution for students of Moscow University 34. Astronomy for everybody: An approach from the CASAO/NAUH view 35. Toward a new program in astronomy education in secondary schools in Turkey 36. Universe awareness for young children 37. Education in Egypt and Egyptian responses to eclipses 38. Astronomy in the cultural heritage of African societies 39. Education at the Pierre Auger Observatory: the cinema as a tool in science education 40. Freshman seminars: interdisciplinary engagements in astronomy 41. Astronomy for teachers Poster abstracts Conclusion.dla: academic researchers, graduate students, professionals isbn9781107412873stron350Data publikacji17/01/2013Paperback244 x 170 mm

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Communicating Partners - 2827101667

152,12 zł

Communicating Partners JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Children with autism and their life partners - their parents, families, peers and educators - who are not on the autism spectrum can feel as though they live in separate and even incompatible worlds. "Communicating Partners", the result of over 30 years of clinical practice, research and professional teaching, offers an innovative approach to working with children with ASDs that focuses on developing these relationships through mutual understanding. With extended case studies illustrating each stage of development and practical strategies for parents, teachers and professionals that help them to understand their child's world, "Communicating Partners" should be a useful resource for those interacting and working with children with autism.

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