“Understanding science helps us to become more involved in the world around us. It helps us live better lives, ask better questions and be better world citizens.” so states Dia L Michels in his introduction to 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science. And who wouldn’t want to be any of these things?
Amusing, light-hearted, fun experiments set out in a question and answer format. Endorsed by numerous scientific publications, such as NSTA Recommends, Science Magazine, Carnegie Academy for Science Education, etc.
The main thrust of this publication is to provide your students with a resource that can be used as a springboard for a project, a fun game that can bridge the gap between adults and children and to help understand science in a clear, simple, fun and concise manner.
Imagine being able to discuss science as naturally as discussing the latest sports fixtures? This is not an Utopian dream, but an absolute possibility.
• 160 pp, soft cover, 2006 edition
Item code: N536900