Teaching Science: A Guide for College and Professional School Instructors

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Oryx Press, 1991 - Science - 133 pages
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Offers information on the techniques of teaching science classes. This book aims to guide the reader though each step of improving teaching skills and provides resource lists on books, periodicals and organizations of value to science teachers.

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Contents

Giving Lectures
7
Designing and Using Teaching Aids
31
Teaching in Small Groups and OneonOne
55
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Barbara Gastel is professor of journalism at Texas A & M University. She majored in biology at Yale, and earned an MD degree and a Masters in Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. She is active in the American Medical Writers Association and the Council of Biology Editors. Gastel is also the author of Presenting Science to the Public.

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