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Towards Answering, What Do We Know about Elementary Pre-Service Teachers’ Noticing Skills in Science? A Pre-Requisite to Prepare Them to Teach Responsively in Science Classrooms  [PDF]
Tejaswini Dalvi, Anna Hofmann
Creative Education (CE) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2019.102027
Abstract: A teachers’ ability to notice and analyse the substance of student thinking, is an important feature of effective science teaching. To prepare new science teachers to attend to students’ thinking, it is important for teacher educators to first understand what novice teachers notice in science classrooms, what they associate with the idea of noticing and in what ways their noticing skills can progress. To study novice teachers’ noticing abilities, our study employs two different assessment tools, an open noticing assignment and a focused noticing task as pre and post assessments during a semester long science methods course. We report on a variety of noticing themes that highlight a wide variation in what the novice teachers perceive as important to notice in science classrooms. Pre-post analysis of these noticing themes suggests a shift in noticing from general classroom aspects towards noticing science specific aspects as science topics or concepts being discussed and students’ ideas about those. Using a mixed methods analysis lens for both tools, we present various sophistication levels of teacher noticing. These levels not just serve as an indicator of the PSTs’ noticing skills but also as a framework for educators to help PSTs develop responsive teaching strategies in elementary science classrooms.
SURYA NAMASKAR AN HOLISTIC EXERCISE
Rajani Dalvi
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Surya means Sun in Sanskrit word and Namaskar is the Hindi word for Salutation or greeting. It comes from the root 'Nam' meaing to bow. So Namaskar essentially means Salute, Salutation or greeting. Sun salutation can be found in the Indian Vedas, which are the oldest spiritual scriptures known. Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation is a common sequence of Hatha Yoga Asana. Its origins lie in a worship of Surya the Indian.
The ′Lost′ frontier of clinical medicine: Have we reached a point of no return?
Dalvi Bharat
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2009,
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Are we shy of clinical research in India?
Dalvi Bharat
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2009,
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Patients, doctors and the medical industry
Dalvi Bharat
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2010,
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Drug trials in children: Doubts and dilemmas
Dalvi Bharat
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2008,
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Evidence-based medicine: How evident is it ?
Dalvi Bharat
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2010,
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Editors′ note
Dalvi Bharat,Kumar Raman
Annals of Pediatric Cardiology , 2008,
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Newer concepts in drug therapy of hypertension.
Dalvi B,Vora A
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1993,
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Modernism in secondary school didactic books: the fundamental themes and texts and the education of the schooled reader
Maria Amélia Dalvi
Educa??o : Teoria e Prática , 2011,
Abstract: Based on a cultural perspective, this article presents the results of a bibliographical and documentary research about the Brazilian modernism in contemporary didactic books – the fundamental themes and texts and the education of the schooled reader. It first brings a brief syntheses on research made on the didactic book and its interrelationship with the formation of the schooled reader in Brazil. It then goes on to present a short consideration on what is understood by “modern” and by “modernism”, by examining the institutionalization of the term and by considering European, Latin American and Brazilian vanguardism of the 20thcentury. Finally, it organizes data on the themes and sub themes related to Brazilian modernism presented in four contemporary didactic books used in Portuguese language and literature classes for secondary level students, published by leading editorial groups. It also includes the texts and authors presented (especially those by Oswald de Andrade, Mario de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira and Carlos Drummond de Andrade). To conclude, an analysis on how the set of themes and sub themes, authors and texts circulating in pedagogical books serve in the process of educating schooled readers is presented. It will defend the notion that a less predictable didactic book may perhaps be a form of criticizing anything that reproduces a model of identity – and of education, truth and formation – stagnant and essentialist.
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