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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Edward S. Ebert, Richard C. Culyer
Edward S. Ebert II worked as a classroom teacher for eight years with the Texas City Independent School District. Since leaving Texas to pursue his doctorate, he has worked extensively with college students and classroom teachers on the study of creative thinking as it applies to cognitive processing and its application to the classroom setting. He is a member of the South Carolina Science Council, National Science Teachers Association, Association for Educators of Teachers of Science, and the International Organization for Science and Technology Education. He and his wife, Dr. Christine Ebert, collaborate on projects involving science education and creative thinking.Edward S. Ebert is the author of 'DVD for Ebert/Culyer's School: An Introduction to Education', published 2007 under ISBN 9780495500995 and ISBN 0495500992.
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