Resources Catalog

What Can a Student Teacher Learn from Undergraduate Research?
Many K–12 teachers are enthusiastic about teaching, but remain removed from research, due in part to the stereotype that research is associated with the sciences and is the domain of universities, and is less pertinent to K–12 general education. This article explains, however, that teacher inquiry will improve teaching, and that both prospective and current teachers should consider how data are collected and analyzed to inform today’s educational community.
Author(s):
Abby Klingel and Stella Erbes
Source:
KDP Record
Edition:
July–September 2012
Pages:
4
File:
RJuly12_Klingel.pdf
Price:
Members-Only
*Login to see discounted pricing
Discounts Available:
FREE