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NARST Conference, April, 2005

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Paper 1: Patterns of Teaching Practice with Respect to Science Content, By In-Young Cho and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 2: Situated Choices of Teacher Candidates: Roles and Relationships with Students, By Kelly Grindstaff, Gail Richmond, and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 3: Developing Classroom Learning Environments and Teaching Strategies: The Student Agency Perspective, By Ajay Sharma and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 4: Professional Identity and Teacher Candidates' Instructional Decisions and Aspirations, By Gail Richmond and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

NARST Conference, April, 2004

Overview and synthesis: What Kind of Teacher Will I Be? Science Teacher Candidates’ Teaching Practices and Learning, by Charles W. Anderson, Gail Richmond, Kelly Grindstaff, Ajay Sharma, In-Young Cho, and Shinho Jang, Michigan State University

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Paper 1: Prospective Teachers’ Understanding of Science Content for Teaching, By In-Young Cho and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 2: Understanding Students and Assessing their Learning, By Kelly Grindstaff, Gail Richmond, and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 3: Science Teacher Candidates’ Classrooms: Psychological Safety, Participation, and Communication about Science, By Ajay Sharma and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Paper 4: Prospective science teachers’ learning from professional resources and relationships, By Gail Richmond, Shinho Jang, and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Early career teachers' approaches to problems of practice, by Chan-Jong Kim, Seoul National University, and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Different ways of coping with scientific knowledge in elementary science classrooms, by Shinho Jang and Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

Knowles Fellows, November, 2003

Powerpoint slides on problems of practice and Newton's Laws

Newton's law questions

Carbon cycle questions

NARST Conference, March, 2003

Transforming Scientists’ Science into School Science, by Ajay Sharma and Charles W. Anderson

The nature of tensions between educator and teacher candidate beliefs about science teaching practice, by Gail Richmond & Charles W. Anderson

Tensions between Values and Practices in Learning to Teach Elementary Science, by Shinho Jang, Gail Richmond, and Charles W. Anderson

Learning from Field Experiences: Teacher Candidates’ Goals and Practices, by Kelly Grindstaff, In-Young Cho, and Charles W. Anderson

PowerPoint Slide Presentation

AETS Conference, January, 2003

Case Materials
PowerPoint Slide Presentation
Graphic: Core values and problems of practice