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Secondary Science

A guide for students in any secondary science teacher education program with information on using library materials and science education resources in both class and practical applications.

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More Books About Teaching Secondary Science

To search online using the Milner Library Catalog for a relevant secondary science teacher resource book you will need to:

  1. Choose the row with your science subject area in the table below.
  2. Decide if you want to see all materials about teaching that discipline to secondary students, or if you would like to see only textbooks or only activity books.
  3. Select the hyperlinked text in the correct column of your row based on what you are looking for. This will take you to a basic search in the catalog with materials relevant to your needs.
All Materials Textbooks Activity Books
Teaching Biology Biology Textbooks Biology Activity Books
Teaching Chemistry Chemistry Textbooks Chemistry Activity Books
Teaching Earth Sciences Earth Sciences Textbooks Earth Sciences Activity Books
Teaching Engineering Engineering Textbooks Engineering Activity Books
Teaching Physics Physics Textbooks Physics Activity Books
Teaching Physical Sciences Physical Sciences Textbooks Physical Sciences Activity Books
Teaching Science (unspecific) Science (unspecific) Textbooks Science (unspecific) Activity Books

Subjects are assigned to every library material to quickly communicate the main ideas or topics a book addresses. These subjects are standardized, so that the same subject is assigned for items talking about the same idea. When looking for materials about teaching secondary science there are multiple subjects that are likely to be helpful, but the best follow the same structure. This subject structure is: [Teaching discipline] -- study and teaching (secondary). Teaching discipline is then replaced with a term that communicates the subject area for teaching such as biology, physics, etc. The linked searches above partially rely on using subjects such as this.