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ContentsProspectus: Learning to Teach Science: Building Patterns of PracticeGeneral InformationNature and PurposesAudienceCompetitionTimeline for WritingChapter and CD-ROM DescriptionsChapter DescriptionsContents of CD-ROMChapter 1: Learning to Teach Science as Personal Transformation and Professional SocializationTeacher CandidatesMentors and SchoolsTeacher EducatorsBuilding Patterns of PracticeConclusionChapter 2: Our Program and AspirationsOverview of the MSU Teacher Preparation ProgramSequence of CoursesReadings and AssignmentsGeneral Comments on the ProgramDevelopment: Building a Pattern of PracticeWhat is a Pattern of Practice?Developmental TrendsSocialization: Our Aspirations and MethodsOur Core Values and ConcernsScience Content and Learning GoalsStudents and AssessmentTeaching strategiesProfessional resources and relationshipsConclusionReferencesProspectus: Learning to Teach Science: Building Patterns ofPracticeBy Charles W. Anderson and Gail Richmond, Michigan State UniversityContentsContents.........................................................................................................................................................................1Prospectus: Learning to Teach Science: Building Patterns of Practice...................................................................2General Information..................................................................................................................................................2Nature and Purposes.................................................................................................................................................2Audience....................................................................................................................................................................3Competition................................................................................................................................................................3Timeline for Writing...................................................................................................................................................3Chapter and CD-ROM Descriptions.........................................................................................................................3Chapter Descriptions.............................................................................................................................................3Contents of CD-ROM............................................................................................................................................9Chapter 1: Learning to Teach Science as Personal Transformation and Professional Socialization..................10Teacher Candidates.................................................................................................................................................11Mentors and Schools................................................................................................................................................12Teacher Educators...................................................................................................................................................13Building Patterns of Practice...................................................................................................................................14Conclusion...............................................................................................................................................................18Chapter 2: Our Program and Aspirations...............................................................................................................19Overview of the MSU Teacher Preparation Program..............................................................................................19Sequence of Courses...........................................................................................................................................19Readings and Assignments..................................................................................................................................21General Comments on the Program....................................................................................................................23Development: Building a Pattern of Practice..........................................................................................................23What is a Pattern of Practice?.............................................................................................................................23Developmental Trends.........................................................................................................................................25Socialization: Our Aspirations and Methods...........................................................................................................25Our Core Values and Concerns...........................................................................................................................26Science Content and Learning Goals..................................................................................................................26Students and Assessment.....................................................................................................................................29Teaching strategies..............................................................................................................................................33Professional resources and relationships.............................................................................................................37Conclusion...............................................................................................................................................................39References....................................................................................................................................................................40!//#, Page 2Prospectus: Learning to Teach Science: Building Patterns ofPracticeGeneral InformationWorking Title: Learning to Teach Science: Building Patterns of PracticeAuthors: Charles W. Anderson and Gail Richmond, Michigan State University, with the assistance of Shinho Jang, Kelly Grindstaff, In-Young Cho, and Ajay SharmaThis work was supported in part by grants from the Knowles Foundation and the United


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