Book Reviews

Pedretti, R., & Bellomo, K.  (2014).  Explorations in secondary school science: Practice and theory, 7–12. Toronto: Pearson.

Northey, M., Bradley, J.G. (2012). Making sense in education: A student’s guide to research and writing. Oxford: Oxford University Press Canada.

Hodson, D. (1995). Teaching and learning in practical contexts. New York: Teachers College Press.

Weeks, R. (1995). Science is happening here: Science and technology for elementary school children. Toronto: Allyn & Bacon.

Tom, Alan. (1994). Redesigning teacher education. New York: State University of New York Press.

Wassermann, S., & Ivany, J.W.G. (1994). Teaching elementary science: Who’s afraid of spiders? New York: Harper & Row Publishers. Reviewed for re-issue with Teachers College Press.

Clandinin, D.J., Davies, A., Hogan, P., & Kennard, B. (1991). Learning to teach, teaching to learn: Stories of collaboration in teacher education. Teachers College Press.

Stief, V., & Williams, P. (1991). Innovations in science. (Textbook series for elementary science) Toronto: HBJ-Holt Canada.

Mitchell, S. (1990). Innovation and reform: Conflicts within educational change. This book review appeared in McGill Journal of Education, 26(3), 360.

Clift, R.T., et al. Cases in collaborative leadership. (1990). Teachers College Press.

Loucks-Horsley, S., et al. (1990). Developing and supporting teachers for science education in the middle years. Andover MA: The National Center for Improving Science Education (The NETWORK & BSCS).