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Ch 19: Foundations for Teaching Science

About This Chapter

Your young students will love to learn about the beginnings of science. This section goes over the fundamentals of teaching science to eager minds that are ready to learn.

Foundations for Teaching Science - Chapter Summary

Discovering the basics of science can turn out to be some of the most fun your students can have in school. In this chapter, the video lessons will serve as a reminder of the science fundamentals you already know while simultaneously readying you for the exam. By studying the material inside, you will once again have the following topics at the front of your mind:

  • Inquiry-based environment for science learning
  • Scientific hypothesis development
  • Examples of the scientific method
  • Experimental design
  • Science vocabulary
  • Selecting resources for teaching science

Studying these concepts of science will be even easier with our timeline feature, which enables you to review the material at your own pace and without having to worry about missing or skipping a topic. If any of the lessons are still confusing you, or you have additional questions to ask, use the feature in your dashboard to contact an expert at Study.com who can help you.

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