Creative Science

Author: Rosemary Feasey
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136612203
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Through a refreshing blend of theory and practice this book provides stimulating material to develop creative approaches to science in the classroom. It includes: a range of teaching approaches that relate directly to the topic under discussion examples of pupils' work that portray how theory can be translated into practice quick off-the-shelf example model lesson plans which can be adapted. User-friendly and clearly laid out this book is a core text for primary teachers, NQTs and students who want to inject some creativity into their teaching and put that "WOW" factor back into their science lessons.

Creative And Sexual Science

Author: Orson Squire Fowler
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Creative Science

Author: Daniel Russell Hodgdon
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Live Better Creative Science

Author: Hilton Hotema
Editor: Health Research Books
ISBN: 9780787304225
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1962 There is no such thing as healing. the body repairs itself; and the principal agencies used in the work are pure air, good water, sunshine, exercise and natural food. Content: Ancient Little Known Knowledge of Health and Long Life; Key to Vital.

Creative Science Activities For Active Learners

Author: Robert Hoehn
Editor: Teaching and Learning Company
ISBN: 1429117982
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Challenge your students to learn more about the scientific world around them. This book contains over 50 activities designed to be completed in 15 minutes or less and can be used as lead-in exercises for classroom discussion, homework, or extra credit assignments. The activities help strengthen students understanding of key scientific concepts and examine thought-provoking issues such as pollution, space fragments, and parasites. Life Science, Environmental Science, and Earth/Space Science are explored as students answer questions, complete Extra Challenges, and solve problems. Creative Science Activities for Active Learners is a valuable tool that should be used in any science classroom!

Co Creative Science

Author: Machaelle Small Wright
Editor: Perelandra, Limited
ISBN: 9780927978255
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A Basis For Creative Science Teaching

Author: Ainslie H. Drummond
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Creativity In Science

Author: Dean Keith Simonton
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521543699
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Atoms Energy And Machines

Author: Jack McCormick
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Chemistry Today And Tomorrow

Author: Ronald Breslow
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763704636
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This highly readable book, written in nontechnical language, surveys the vast field of chemistry by looking at the practical contributions that chemistry makes to civilized life and by explaining how chemists make these contributions. Its eight chapters discuss broad disciplines of chemistry, such as medicinal, environmental, or industrial chemistry, but always with an eye for the interesting detail and for the human activity that lies behind these fields. Written in a lively question-and-answer format by award-winning teacher and researcher Ronald Breslow, recipient of the U.S. National Medal of Science in 1991, this book examines chemistry as it exists today but also identifies the primary challenges and problems that remain for the future. Young people thinking about scientific careers, parents and guidance counselors, or any readers curious about how chemistry affects the world they live in will benefit from this insightful book.

Creating Lifelong Math Science Learners

Author: Mary Taylor Overton
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1420899295
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The purpose of this volume is to "unseal" or reveal the mysteries in the prophecy of Daniel. The book of Daniel is the ONLY example in the entire bible of a prophecy that was "shut up" and/or "sealed" in antiquity. This is a mysterious phrase and is the reason the book is NOT well understood to the present time. The "shutting up" or "sealing" of the book must mean that the full and complete MEANING of the prophecy would NOT be revealed to the understanding of men. That is, until the arrival of a time period called "the time of the end." (See Dan. 12:9) This appears to be the exact case because there are things in the prophecy that clearly have NOT been correctly understood to this very day. Examples of these misunderstood things in the prophecy include: (1) The meaning of the phrase, "the time of the end." (2) The historical identity of the "willful king" of Dan. 11:36. (3) The true meaning of the word "indignation" in 8:19 & 11:36. (4) The historical connection between the "sale of the land" in 11:39 AND the "willful king" of 11:36. (5) The separation of the prophecy between ancient and modern. This approximate1900 years time span is seen between 11:39 and 40. . The first mention of "sealing" is seen in 8:26, where the Archangel Gabriel instructs Daniel to "shut thou up the vision, for it shall be for many days." Gabriel is referring to Daniel's vision of chapter 8. It seems the "shutting up" of that vision contributes to the later "sealing" of the entire book. In 12: 4, the Archangel Gabriel instructed Daniel to "shut up the words and seal the, BOOK ( even) to the time of the end." (KJV) Note: The word "even" is a suppled word as it does not appear in the original. The Septuagint (LXX) uses the word "to" instead of "even." Gabriel instructed Daniel to seal the book in 12:4, but he tells Daniel in 12:9 to-- : "Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end." Gabriel must have assumed that Daniel had effectively "sealed" the book according to his previous instructions. The mysterious phrase "the time of the end' is mentioned 5 times in the prophecy. Some writers have said this is a short period of several decades time that will occur just before the end of human history on earth. However, one must assume from these verses that the TRUE MEANING of the prophecy would then be fully understood at or during the "time of the end." Most writers have assumed the existence of only ONE "time of the end" in the book. However, it is easily proved there are two such periods and they are parallels of each other. The first period occurred at the end of the Jewish "era." The second period will occur at the end of the Gentile "era." The present volume is a calculated attempt to "unseal" the prophecy. One reason for this idea is that the world now "lives" in the last "time of the end." After all, the prophecy states that it would be "sealed to the time of the end." The clear inference is that it would be "unsealed" at (or during( that time period. Because of a decades long, prayerful and diligent historical search, every mystery in the prophecy has now been revealed in the present volume. The prophecy can now be fully understood for the first time since the archangel Gabriel (and Daniel) "sealed" it over 2000 years ago.

Towards More Creative Science

Author: Donald William Hutchings
Editor: Pergamon
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This conference, composed of science teachers, university scientists and representatives from industry, considered how far the claims for a more technological approach are justified. Are they made on purely "educational" grounds or are they motivated primarily by economic or social consideration? Also, in changing to a more technological approach, what practical difficulties are encountered. And how might they be overcome?

Creative Science Curriculum With Stem Literacy And Arts

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Essays On Creativity In The Sciences

Author: Myron A. Coler
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Creative Science For Young Children

Author: Betty Foster
Editor: Childs World Incorporated
ISBN: 9780895654151
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Creative Science for Young Children is a reinforced, library bound book in The Child's World series Around the Year Books For Young Children.

Science Of Life Its Principles Faculties Organs Temperaments Combinations Conditions Teachings As Taught By Phrenology And Physiology Embellished With Numerous Appropriate Illustrations

Author: Orson Squire FOWLER
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Creative Science Fiction Series

Author: Eve Bunting
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Creative Science Experiences For The Young Child

Author: Imogene Forte
Editor: Incentive Publications
ISBN: 9780865304741
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Recreative Science

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15 Minute Stem Book 2

Author: Emily Hunt
Editor: Crown House Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785835254
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Emily Hunt's 15-Minute STEM Book 2: More quick, creative science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities for 5-11-year-olds offers a stimulating selection of easy-to-resource STEM activities designed to engage and inspire young learners. Like most teachers and parents, you probably recognise STEM as being an important priority area for modern education. You may, however, be wondering: What does STEM education look like for young learners? How do I get children excited about STEM education? How can children learn STEM skills in just 15 minutes? What equipment do I need to teach STEM activities? Enter 15-minute STEM with the answers! Full of engaging and practical ideas, this innovative resource builds on the success of Emily's 15-Minute STEM (ISBN 978-178583335-9) and reassures teachers and parents that they don't need to be experts to deliver high-quality STEM education. Each of the 40 activities includes step-by-step instructions, takes just 15 minutes to complete and can be resourced from everyday materials found in the classroom or at home. This means that, with minimal preparation, teachers and parents can slot these cross-curricular activities into an otherwise busy day - simultaneously broadening children's learning and piquing their curiosity about the world around them. Accompanying instructions are phrased in a way that encourages the children to lead the learning and exploration, and opportunities for further investigation are provided in order to broaden the learning focus. Hand-drawn illustrations and full colour photographs are also included alongside each activity to give an idea of what the end results might look like. The activities make connections to real-world scenarios and have been linked to conceptually similar STEM-related careers - all of which are individually profiled in a glossary at the back of the book. The practical, problem-solving element of each activity offers a great way for children to develop important soft skills such as creativity, critical thinking and spatial awareness. Suitable for both educators and parents of young children.