Glenn Orlando Blough, American author, educator. Recipient Distinguished Service to Science Education citation National Science Teachers Association, 1971; Special Recognition for contribution to science education Council Elementary Science International, 1971; award for contribution to literature of natural history American Nature Study Society, 1980.
Teacher secondary schools, Michigan, 1925-1927, 29-31. Instructor State Teachers College, Ypsilanti, 1932-1936, assistant professor science education Greeley, Colorado, 1937-1938. Instructor University Chicago, 1939-1942.
Specialist science United States Office Education, Department of Health, Washington, 1947-1955. Professor education University Maryland, from 1956. Education consultant National Geography Society, since 1970.
- Elementary School Science and How to Teach It
- A broad review of science and ways of teaching science, emphasizing science, technology, and society, including extensive treatment of ecology, environment, and energy.
- Discovering cycles,
- Text and suggested projects explore some of the cycles found in nature, such as day and night, the seasons, the water cycle, the cycle of growth, and others.
- After the Sun Goes Down
- "But not al the animals in The Big Woods go to sleep when the sun sets.
- Elementary School Science & How to Teach It by Blough,Glenn O.; Schwartz,Julius. [1990,8th Edition.] Hardcover
- Elementary School Science & How to Teach It by Blough,Glenn O.
Served as lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, World World War World War II. Member National Education Association, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Association Childhood Education, American Association of University Professors, National Council Elementary Science (president 1947), National Science Teachers Association (president 1957-1958, adviser educational policies commission), Elementary Principals Association, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Sigma.
Born September 5, 1907
1925 - 1927
1932 - 1936
1939 - 1942
1947 - 1955
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