Scott Foresman Science (2010 Diamond Edition)

Scott Foresman Science (2010 Diamond Edition)
 
 

Authors

The authors of Scott Foresman Science are nationally recognized experts, practitioners, and researchers. Their research continues to help identify the critical components that are essential for teaching children Science.

Dr. Timothy Cooney
Professor of Earth Science and Science Education University of Northern Iowa (UNI) Cedar Falls, Iowa

Barbara Foots
Science Education Consultant Houston, Texas

 

Dr. James Flood
Distinguished Professor of Literacy and Language School of Teacher Education San Diego State University San Diego, California

Dr. M. Jenice Goldston
Associate Professor Science Education Department of Elementary Education Programs University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama

 

Dr. Shirley Gholston Key
Associate Professor Science Education Department of Elementary Education Programs Instruction and Curriculum Leadership Department College of Education University of Memphis Memphis, Tennessee

Dr. Diane Lapp
Distinguished Professor of Reading and Language Arts in Teacher Education San Diego State University San Diego, California

 

Sheryl Alicia Mercier, Ma.Ed.
Classroom Teacher Dunlap Elementary School Dunlap, California

Dr. Karen Ostlund
Director UTeach | Dell Center for New Teacher Success University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas

 

Dr. Nancy Romance
Professor of Science Education NSF/IERI Science IDEAS Project Charles E. Schmidt College of Science Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, Florida

Dr. William Tate
Chair and Professor of Education and Applied Statistics Department of Education Washington University St. Louis, Missouri

 

Dr. Kathryn C. Thornton
Professor School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia

Dr. Leon Ukens
Professor of Science Education Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Geosciences Towson University Towson, Maryland

 

Steve Weinberg
Consultant Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology East Hartford, Connecticut

Dr. Jim Cummins
Professor Modern Language Center & Curriculum Department Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Toronto, Canada

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