Category Archives: Exemplary Science Teaching

Exemplary Science: An Inside look

Gone are the days of the boring science classes with rows of black lab tables, overhead projectors, and teachers who stand behind a podium spouting facts. Today’s science education should focus on DISCOVERY, INQUIRY, WONDER, and student COLLABORATION to explore … Continue reading

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Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Being An Exemplary Science Teacher

The future science educators of our cohort this year have similar worries about what their career will look like and how effective of a teacher they will become. I think that practicing being exemplary teachers today will help us put … Continue reading

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Teaching to the Moon and Back – Exemplary Science Teaching

Why it is necessary to bring wonder, imagination, and inquiry back to the classrooms! For centuries, we have been teaching with basically the same methods. The only changes have been technological advances. We now have presentations of information via PowerPoint … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be an exemplary teacher?

What makes a teacher exemplary? First of all, what does “exemplary” even mean? So, how does any teacher represent the “best of its kind”? Let’s break it down for science teachers specifically. An exemplary science teacher… 1. Does not hold … Continue reading

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Be the FUN Science Teacher! -Exemplary Teaching Guide:

How can I be Exemplary? Thinking back to your high school science experience, which lessons or teachers did you remember the most? I am sure you have forgotten the various lectures or worksheets, and maybe the content itself. How can … Continue reading

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A How-To: Exemplary Science Teaching

Out of the hundreds of thousands of science teachers in the US, each take their own approach to teaching their students. But what does it take to be exemplary? Science is most commonly taught using a lecture style class. The … Continue reading

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Exemplary Science Teaching

Being exemplary, being the best, is something that we all strive for in our careers. Athletes, musicians, CEOs are always striving to be more efficient, successful, and profitable. Teachers are the same way. But how do you measure your effectiveness … Continue reading

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“EST-ablishing” yourself as an Exemplary Science Teacher

What does it mean to be an Exemplary Science Teacher? Exemplary Science Teaching is — by it’s nature — what every science educator should strive for. Simply put, Exemplary Science Teaching involves the continual refinement of educational practices in order … Continue reading

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Going Above and Beyond – Exemplary Science Teaching

Teachers are memorable. They shape our growing minds, guide us, and walk with us through the learning process. If you asked me my favorite science teacher I’ve ever had, I could tell you right away that it was my 11th … Continue reading

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Being an Exemplary Teacher in Today’s World

With each exciting passing moment we visit each day, we cannot help but stop to worry and anticipate the future. This is especially true for our schools as they prepare people to succeed in modern society. As they look to … Continue reading

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