Category Archives: Exemplary Science Teaching

Out of this WORLD Science Teaching!

What kinds of teachers make a difference everyday? What kinds of teachers take chances for the betterment of their students? Below I will discuss some of the many qualities that makes teachers extraordinarily, exemplary. Characteristics of Exemplary Teaching ~ Instruction … Continue reading

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Exemplary Teaching in Science?

Many people have heard of “exemplary teaching” but what does it really mean and how does one achieve it? Top tips to be an exemplary science teacher: Move around Teaching isn’t always just the teacher standing at the front of … Continue reading

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The Extinction of Average Teaching

The time for endless worksheets, solely lecture based classes, and teaching within the pretty painted lines that the textbooks lay out has come to an end. An extinction event has occurred. Although scary, extinction of these traditional views on education … Continue reading

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Reaching Average Science Teaching to Exemplary

“Exemplary teachers illuminate the path to achievement, believing the best way to predict a child’s future is to help create it.” -Robert John Meehan Author Robert John Meehan has affectionately been known as “the voice of the American teachers” and … Continue reading

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A Note to the Teacher: Exemplary Science Teaching

What does means to be an exemplary science teacher? Exemplary science teachers are those who utilize other means than what we see in a traditional classroom. They strive to reach equilibrium with both assessment and inquiry – this can be … Continue reading

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The Foundations of an Exemplary Science Teacher

“Exemplary teachers will always care more about the people their students will become than the scores on the tests they take” Robert John Meehan Source: https://www.benjerry.com/whats-new/2016/student-voting-questions But what exactly makes up an exemplary teacher? You could ask many different teachers … Continue reading

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Science Teaching 2.0: From Average to Exemplary

What was your favorite activity you ever did in a science class at school? It could have been building bottle rockets, exploring a local creek, hatching a chicken egg, or a myriad of other activities that were unique, fun, and … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Teaching Science in an Exemplary Manner

“They allow their students to have wonderful ideas, to make connections for themselves, to build their repertoire of understanding, and to discover solutions to their own questions.” (The Voices of Exemplary Science Teachers, p. 38). To be an exemplary science … Continue reading

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Redefining teaching: Being an Exemplary Science Teacher

I’m sure everyone has a teacher that you probably will remember for the rest of your life – be it your English teacher, your soccer coach or a band instructor. Usually, the teachers that you remember are the ones that … Continue reading

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Exemplary Science Teachers: the Art of Teaching Science

I bet if you asked 100 students about their favorite part of science class, you wouldn’t hear about their favorite worksheet, or the lecture on cell structure. However, you might here about the time they took a trip to the … Continue reading

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