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Online Course for Teachers: Teaching Evolution

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SESSION 6

SESSION 6: How Can You Address Student Misconceptions about Evolution?

Evaluate Part C: Analysis

You've seen many examples of students' misconceptions about evolution and two teachers' approaches to dealing with them. Use the notes you've taken throughout this session to summarize and evaluate Mr. Bingman's and Ms. Havlik's strategies.

 



 

For further information and protocols for looking at student work, visit "Looking at School Work," at the Web site of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform.

For information on assessment, go to the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education Web site. Read the Focus issue on "Assessment That Informs Practice".

 

Facilitator Note 7

 

Next: SESSION 7: How Can You Use Active Learning to Teach Evolution?

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