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by Juliana Texley,Terry Kwan
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  • Author:
    Juliana Texley,Terry Kwan
  • ISBN:
    0873552008
  • ISBN13:
    978-0873552004
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  • Publisher:
    National Science Teachers Association (April 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    126 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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By Terry Kwan and Juliana Texley. Go to page viii to learn more about this new educational resource. Exploring Safely: A Guide for Elementary Teachers NSTA Stock Number: PB166X1 ISBN: 0-87355-200-8 Library of Congress Control Number: 2001098898 Printed in Canada by Webcom Printed on recycled paper. Permission is granted in advance for reproduction for purpose of classroom or workshop instruction.

By: Terry Kwan and Juliana Texley. Take the fear factor out of science lessons. This easy-to-digest book relieves many of the safety worries that come with teaching science in elementary school. The emphasis is on positive options for heading off potential hazards, from handling special equipment to conducting field studies.

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by Terry Kwan (Author), Juliana V. Texley (Author). Extra benefits of this book are the student contracts, safety precautions, "chemicals to go"list, and the American Chemical Society Safety Guidelines. If your seeking a book to calm your fears about conducting experiments with elementary students, this book is it! Exploring Safely contains a plethora of information to keep your science lessons student-centered and still safe. I personally like the sections title "A Savvy Science Teacher" because they're real-life examples of classroom ideas for science.

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Take the fear out of science lessons. This easy-to-digest book relieves many of the safety worries that come with teaching science in elementary school. The emphasis is on positive options for heading off potential hazzards, from handling special equipment to conducting field studies.

Chapters cover: making safe work habits second nature to students; equipping your classroom for safety and convenience, including organizational systems for preparation, setup, and cleanup; choosing and culturing live plants and animals for classroom study; and working safely with electricitiy, chemicals, and volunteers.

A special added ingredient: model forms that can be adapted for your needs, including permission slips and student contracts. Best of all, a wealth of anecdotes about what works, and what doesn't, in real-life classrooms makes Exploring Safely enjoyable to read as well as to reference.