Presentation Guidelines - References

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Guidelines for Great Presentations

References

Books:

Trowbridge, L. & Bybee, R. W. (1986). Becoming a Secondary School Science Teacher, Fourth Edition. Columbus: Merrill Publishing Co.

Reports:

American Association for the Advancement of Science. (1989). "Science for All Americans, a Project 2061 Report on Literacy Goals in Science, Mathematics, and Technology." Washington, D.C.

Periodicals:

Attkinson, R. C. (1990). "Supply and Demand for Scientists and Engineers: A National Crisis in the Making" Association Affairs, 248: 425-432.

Holden C. (1989). "Wanted: 675,000 Future Scientists and Engineers." News & Comment, 244: 1536-1538.

Pool R. (1990). "Who Will Do Science in the 1990s?" Science: News & Comment, 248: 433-435.

Internet Sources:

Bower, James M. "Scientists and Science Education Reform: Myths, Methods, and Madness." National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 2002. www.nas.edu/rise/backg2a.htm

Riel, Margaret. (1999) "Tele-Mentoring over the Net: The real power of the Internet is the energy generated by human interaction." www.iearn.org/circles/mentors.html

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