Cosmos in the Classroom 2000
Learn how to create an engaging astronomy course for college or high school students. These papers, handouts, and resource guides from a national symposium on teaching introductory astronomy held in 2000 showcase the experience and ideas of dozens of outstanding teachers from around the country. The 334 loose-leaf pages include information on getting out of lecture mode, creating demonstrations and lab exercises, accessing websites for instructors, and even help in addressing creationists and astrology believers. edited by Andrew Fraknoi. 3-hole punched, loose-leaf paper, 8.5"x 11", 334 pages.