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Reconceptualizing STEM education : the central role of practices / edited by Richard A. Duschl and Amber S. Bismack.

Contributor(s): Duschl, Richard A. (Richard Alan),, 1951- editor of compilation. | Bismack, Amber S., editor of compilation.
Call number: Q181 R425 2016 Material type: TextTextSeries: Teaching and learning in science.Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016Description: x, 350 pages : Illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138901049 (pbk.)Subject(s): Science -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Congresses | Technology -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Congresses | Engineering -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Congresses | Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- United States -- CongressesDDC classification: 507.1/073
Contents:
Introduction : Coordinating PreK-16 STEM Education Research and Practices for Advancing and Refining Reform Agendas / Richard A. Duschl, Amber Schultz Bismack, James Greeno and Drew Gitomer -- Thinking about a System and Systems Thinking in Engineering / Thomas A. Litzinger -- Diagnostic Instruction : Toward an Integrated System for Classroom Assessment / Jim Minstrell, Ruth Anderson, & Min Li -- Systems thinking as a design problem : A response to Litzinger and Minstrell et al. / Marcela Borge -- Improving Learning about Systems Requires Designing for Change in Educational Systems / William R. Penuel -- Modeling Authentic STEM Research : A Systems Thinking Perspective / Annmarie R. Ward -- Meeting the Standards for STEM Educations : Individual and National Needs / Spencer A. Benson -- Model-Based Reasoning : A Response / Hilda Borko -- "Where is the line?" / Brian P. Coppola -- Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics Education : Directions in Research and Practice / Heather Lynn Johnson -- Teachers Use of Data, Measurement, and Data Modeling in Quantitative Reasoning / Anthony J. Petrosino -- Response to Quantitative Reasoning Papers / Robert Mayes -- Reaction to Quantitative Reasoning : Capturing a Tension Between Structure and Variability / Rose Mary Zbiek -- Educational and Ethical Dilemmas for STEM Education in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale Gasfield Communities / Catharine Biddle & Kai A. Schafft -- Defining a Knowledge Base for Reasoning in Science : The role of procedural and epistemic knowledge / Jonathan Osborne -- Views from Above and Below : Access to Science Education / Nancy Brickhouse -- The Values of Science Literacy / Nancy Tuana -- Why People Care About Chickens and Other Lessons about Rhetoric, Public Science, and Informal Learning Environments / Stacey Pigg, William Hart-Davidson, Jeff Grabill, and Kirsten Ellenbogen -- New Environments for Professional Development : Situating Science Learning and Teaching in a Framework and NGSS World / Jean Moon -- Response to STEM Communication and Policy Outreach Papers / Edward J. Fuller -- Technology-supported Communication in Science : Conjectures on Expertise and Evaluation / Drew H. Gitomer -- Reflections on the Waterbury Summit : STEAM And Systems Thinking / Stephanie E. Vasko -- Summary : Driving Change Forward / Amber Schultz Bismack, Yann Shiou Ong, Armend Tahirsyla and Richard A. Duschl.
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Papers originally presented at the Waterbury Summit held August 7-9, 2013 at the Pennsylvania State University.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : Coordinating PreK-16 STEM Education Research and Practices for Advancing and Refining Reform Agendas / Richard A. Duschl, Amber Schultz Bismack, James Greeno and Drew Gitomer -- Thinking about a System and Systems Thinking in Engineering / Thomas A. Litzinger -- Diagnostic Instruction : Toward an Integrated System for Classroom Assessment / Jim Minstrell, Ruth Anderson, & Min Li -- Systems thinking as a design problem : A response to Litzinger and Minstrell et al. / Marcela Borge -- Improving Learning about Systems Requires Designing for Change in Educational Systems / William R. Penuel -- Modeling Authentic STEM Research : A Systems Thinking Perspective / Annmarie R. Ward -- Meeting the Standards for STEM Educations : Individual and National Needs / Spencer A. Benson -- Model-Based Reasoning : A Response / Hilda Borko -- "Where is the line?" / Brian P. Coppola -- Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics Education : Directions in Research and Practice / Heather Lynn Johnson -- Teachers Use of Data, Measurement, and Data Modeling in Quantitative Reasoning / Anthony J. Petrosino -- Response to Quantitative Reasoning Papers / Robert Mayes -- Reaction to Quantitative Reasoning : Capturing a Tension Between Structure and Variability / Rose Mary Zbiek -- Educational and Ethical Dilemmas for STEM Education in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale Gasfield Communities / Catharine Biddle & Kai A. Schafft -- Defining a Knowledge Base for Reasoning in Science : The role of procedural and epistemic knowledge / Jonathan Osborne -- Views from Above and Below : Access to Science Education / Nancy Brickhouse -- The Values of Science Literacy / Nancy Tuana -- Why People Care About Chickens and Other Lessons about Rhetoric, Public Science, and Informal Learning Environments / Stacey Pigg, William Hart-Davidson, Jeff Grabill, and Kirsten Ellenbogen -- New Environments for Professional Development : Situating Science Learning and Teaching in a Framework and NGSS World / Jean Moon -- Response to STEM Communication and Policy Outreach Papers / Edward J. Fuller -- Technology-supported Communication in Science : Conjectures on Expertise and Evaluation / Drew H. Gitomer -- Reflections on the Waterbury Summit : STEAM And Systems Thinking / Stephanie E. Vasko -- Summary : Driving Change Forward / Amber Schultz Bismack, Yann Shiou Ong, Armend Tahirsyla and Richard A. Duschl.

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