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What Questions Do You Have? In Defense of General Questions: A Response to Croom


by Joanne K. Olson & Michael P. Clough — August 15, 2004


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 15, 2004
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11659, Date Accessed: 10/24/2017 5:38:34 AM

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  • Joanne Olson
    Iowa State University
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    Joanne Olson is an assistant professor in the Center for Excellence in Science & Mathematics Education at Iowa State University where she teaches elementary science methods, advanced pedagogy, and conducts research on science teacher preparation. A former elementary and middle school science teacher in South Central Los Angeles, she has received numerous awards for her teaching and research. Her research interests include elementary teachers’ classroom decision-making and implications of the nature of science for elementary science teaching.
  • Michael Clough
    Iowa State University
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    Michael Clough is an assistant professor in the Center for Excellence in Science & Mathematics Education at Iowa State University where he teaches secondary science methods, the nature of science and science education, and supervises science student teachers. He is an award-winning teacher of high school biology and chemistry who taught in Illinois and Wisconsin, and he has been nationally recognized for his work in science teacher education. His numerous publications and presentations focus on effective science teaching practices and the nature of science and its implications for science teaching.
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