What makes a good science teacher?

Janice CrowleyPhoto by: Courtesy College Board

What are the essential ingredients of good science teaching?

Janice Crowley, chair of the science department at Wichita Collegiate School in Kansas, faced that question last year when she had to choose between two candidates for a vacancy in earth science.

One held a Ph.D. in the discipline, while the other had a strong passion for the subject as well as his students.

“Both candidates were way beyond [qualified] what they would be teaching,” she said.

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