With today's popular television programs about criminal justice and crime scene investigation and the surge of detective movies and books, students often have a passion for exploring forensic science. Now you can guide that excitement into a profitable learning experience with the help of the innovative, new FORENSIC SCIENCE: FUNDAMENTALS AND INVESTIGATIONS, 2012 UPDATE. This dynamic, visually powerful text has been carefully crafted to ensure solid scientific content and an approach that delivers precisely what you need for your high school course. Now an established best-seller, FORENSIC SCIENCE: FUNDAMENTALS AND INVESTIGATIONS, 2012 UPDATE offers a truly experiential approach that engages students in active learning and emphasizes the application of integrated science in your course. Student materials combine math, chemistry, biology, physics, and earth science with content aligned to the National Science Education Standards, clearly identified by icons. This book balances extensive scientific concepts with hands-on classroom and lab activities, readings, intriguing case studies, and chapter-opening scenarios. The book's exclusive Gale Forensic Science eCollection™ database provides instant access to hundreds of journals and Internet resources that spark the interest of today's high school students. The updated edition includes ten new capstone projects that integrate the concepts learned throughout the text. Comprehensive, time-saving teacher support and lab activities deliver exactly what you need to ensure that students receive a solid, integrated science education that keeps readers at all learning levels enthused about science. FORENSIC SCIENCE: FUNDAMENTALS AND INVESTIGATIONS, 2012 UPDATE sets the standard in high school forensic science . . . case closed.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
Mr. Anthony J. Bertino has taught biology for more than thirty-nine years, having a special interest in forensics. Since 1975, he has had a wide range of teaching and professional experiences related to science education. He taught at Canandaigua Academy (in New York) for thirty-four years before retiring in 2001. Currently a clinical supervisor responsible for supervising student teachers with the University of Albany Graduate School of Education in New York, Mr. Bertino also teaches AP Biology at College Board Summer Institutes. He has received many awards and honors. He has written articles for THE SCIENCE TEACHER and has created many activities related to crime scene investigation. Bertino teaches Forensic Science teacher preparation seminars, AP Summer Institutes, and is a frequent national and state workshop presenter. His professional affiliations have included NABT, NSTA, Director of the Outstanding Biology Teachers Award for New York State, STANYS, CTA, NYSUT, NEA, United University Professors, Rochester Alliance Promoting Science, and the New York State Regional Biology mentor network.Review:
"Wow! I love it when you guys exceed my expectations. I very much enjoyed reading about these capstone projects. I like the variety of projects to consider. The projects range in size (small to large), difficulty (easy to more involved), ability level (basic to advanced), individual versus group projects, single versus multidisciplinary, and projects that are lab-based versus those more traditional pen and paper. The project instructions are easy to follow, and where appropriate, you have provided the necessary forms to fill out. I like how you have provided documentation and citations for where the background information is located in the chapter. Having ten different projects to choose from is great!" -- Jeff Roth-Vinson, Cottage Grove High School, Oregon
"The capstone projects are excellent resources for instructors. Project 4: Dumpster Diving is a valuable exercise that is not commonly explored in a classroom setting. Project 5 requires students to conduct research outside of the textbook case studies. Research and public speaking need to be incorporated more into classroom settings. I also like the focus on the physical evidence. Each group of students can be assigned a different type of physical evidence. I also like the incorporation of peer review and the evaluation/reflection from student comments. Good idea to include a debate in project 10: students are properly guided through the process of the argument." -- Karen Cruse, Summit Country Day School, Cincinnati, OH
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Cengage Learning, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. BOOK IS IN NEW CONDITION. MAY HAVE MINOR SHELF WEAR.MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE. FAST SHIPPING. WE OFFER FREE TRACKING NUMBER UPON FAST SHIPMENT OF YOUR ORDER. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AND WE WILL GET BACK TO YOU ASAP. Thank you for your interest. Bookseller Inventory # 0538731559
Book Description South-Western Educational Pub, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110538731559
Book Description South-Western Educational Pub, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB0538731559
Book Description South-Western Pub, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 001 edition. 608 pages. 11.00x8.50x1.00 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0538731559
Book Description South-Western Educational Pub. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0538731559 New US Edition Textbook, Ships with Emailed Tracking from USA. Bookseller Inventory # Z0538731559ZN