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Thinking Differently about How We Teach Science: Why Should NIH Care, and What Can NIH Do

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Air date: Thursday, September 27, 2012, 3:00:00 PM
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Views: Total views: 177, (2 Live, 175 On-demand)
Category: Science Education
Runtime: 01:16:04
Description: The Office of Science Education (OSE), ORIP, DPCPSI is hosting a new seminar series for everyone at NIH with an interest in science education, The NIH Science Education Conversations Series. This series will include topics ranging from learning about what the future holds for tomorrow's science classroom to how to implement findings from research about the science of education.

World-renowned science education expert Rodger Bybee, Director Emeritus of Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, will present the inaugural talk in this new series: “Thinking Differently about How We Teach Science: Why Should NIH Care, and What Can NIH Do?” NIH can be a valuable contributor to the conversations surrounding science education. A goal of the series is to promote thinking and discussion on the NIH campus about current science education topics.

Dr. Bruce Fuchs, Director of OSE, was inspired to organize these seminars by the 5-year strategic plan for science education currently being drafted by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. “This is a way to let the NIH community know what is happening with the plan and how different agencies are moving forward. We plan to tap into other agencies such as NASA and NSF, as well as various think tanks and universities to get their perspectives on how to reform science education,” says Dr. Fuchs.
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NLM Title: Thinking differently about how we teach science : why should NIH care, and what can NIH do / Rodger Bybee.
Series: NIH science education conversations series
Author: Bybee, Rodger W.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of Science Education,
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Other Title(s): NIH science education conversations series
Abstract: (CIT): World-renowned science education expert Rodger Bybee, Director Emeritus of Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, will present the inaugural talk in this new series: "Thinking Differently about How We Teach Science: Why Should NIH Care, and What Can NIH Do?" NIH can be a valuable contributor to the conversations surrounding science education. A goal of the series is to promote thinking and discussion on the NIH campus about current science education topics.
Subjects: Curriculum
Science--education
Teaching--methods
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: Q 181
NLM ID: 101595173
CIT Live ID: 11000
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