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ERIC Number: ED011002
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 127
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Reference Count: 0
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TEACHING HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY--A GUIDE TO WORKING WITH POTENTIAL BIOLOGISTS.
BRANDWEIN, PAUL F.; AND OTHERS
THIS VOLUME CONTAINS A COLLECTION OF PAPERS CONCERNING GIFTED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND IDENTIFIES PROCEDURES TEACHERS CAN USE TO GUIDE SUCH STUDENTS IN BIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS. THE FIRST FOUR CHAPTERS SUMMARIZE CURRENT INFORMATION ABOUT (1) TRAITS OF CREATIVE STUDENTS, (2) PROMISING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES FOR WORKING WITH CAPABLE BIOLOGY STUDENTS, (3) THE NECESSARY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND ASSISTANCE TO GIVE STUDENTS WHO ARE STARTING INVESTIGATIONS, AND (4) NEEDS OF LIBRARIES ADEQUATE FOR STUDENT RESEARCH. CHAPTER FIVE IS A BIBLIOGRAPHY CONCERNING GIFTED STUDENTS. THE APPENDIXES INCLUDE SPECIFIC INFORMATION ABOUT (1) A PROJECT ROOM EQUIPPED FOR BIOLOGY, (2) SAFETY PRACTICES, (3) ANIMAL CARE, (4) KINDS OF STUDENT PROJECTS, (5) TYPES OF STUDENT REPORTS, (6) EXAMPLES OF TEACHER PROJECTS, (7) A SAMPLE BIOLOGY SEMINAR, (8) A COMMUNITY SEMINAR PROJECT, AND (9) A NATIONAL PROJECT TO STIMULATE INDIVIDUAL WORK IN BIOLOGY. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: American Inst. of Biological Sciences, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA