Teaching Introductory Astronomy?
Our most recommendable guide!
A hands-on symposium on teaching introductory
Edited by Andrew
Fraknoi and William Waller
This is the most comprehensive manual
we have ever offered for the teaching of
introductory astronomy. It is the result of
a 2004 meeting of more than 200 instructors,
the largest meeting devoted specifically to “Astronomy 101”. It includes a
wide range of every aspect of the subject
and includes sample lessons, materials,
methods, lab experiences, interdisciplinary
approaches, K-12 teacher training, the new technology in
the classroom, and includes an enormous amount of reference
material and web site suggestions. 390 pages in looseleaf format.
Very highly recommended.