PART 1. THE ART OF TEACHING SCIENCE ; 1. The Art of Teaching Science: A Reconnaissance ; 2. Science for All ; PART 2. THE GOALS AND THE CURRICULUM OF SCHOOL SCIENCE ; 3. The Goals and History of Science Education ; 4. Science in the School Curriculum ; PART 3. CONNECTING THEORY AND PRACTICE IN SCIENCE EDUCATION ; 5. How Students Learn Science ; 6. Models of Science Teaching ; 7. Designing Science Units and Courses of Study ; 8. Assessing Active Science Learning ; PART 4. STRATEGIES OF SCIENCE TEACHING ; 9. Strategies Fostering Thinking in the Science Classroom ; 10. Facilitating Learning in the Science Classroom ; 11. Science, Technology, and Society in the Science Classroom ; 12. The Internet: Moving Toward Web-Based Learning Environments ; Appendixes ; A. Science Curriculum Developers ; B. Professional Societies and Organizations ; C. Science Equipment and Computer Software Suppliers ; Index
Jack Hassard is Professor Emeritus of Science Education at Georgia State University. He is the author of many books on science education, and a leader in the development of constructivist-based teacher education programs and professional development seminars for teachers of science.