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50 Science Things To Make And Do

Author : Georgina Andrews
ISBN : 1409582922
Genre : Science
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This handy book contains 50 stimulating activities -- make your own foaming monsters, hanging crystals, kaleidoscopes and more. A fresh approach to the practical world of science, combining creative craft activities with the basics of physics, chemistry and biology. Each activity that is accompanied by illustrated, step-by-step instructions. A great introduction to science for young children.
Category: Science

Big Book Of Science Things To Make And Do

Author : Leonie Pratt
ISBN : 1474903274
Genre :
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Library Friendly Edition of original- Over 50 fun projects that fly, fling, spin, swim, whoosh, zoom and ooze.
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Fifty Science Things To Make And Do

Author : Georgina Andrews
ISBN : 079452379X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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These simple step-by-step activities combine hands-on fun and scientific investigation.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Using Stories To Teach Science Ages 9 To 11

Author : Steve Way
ISBN : 9781909102613
Genre : Education
File Size : 71.82 MB
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This great new science title contains 12 stories, 2 for each of the six units of study from the Science Scheme of Work. The book also contains background information for the teacher, lesson plans and resources sheets. Planning tools and ideas for differentiation are included. A brilliant way to motivate science investigations!
Category: Education

Evolution

Author : Donald R. Prothero
ISBN : 9780231511421
Genre : Science
File Size : 30.62 MB
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Over the past twenty years, paleontologists have made tremendous fossil discoveries, including fossils that mark the growth of whales, manatees, and seals from land mammals and the origins of elephants, horses, and rhinos. Today there exists an amazing diversity of fossil humans, suggesting we walked upright long before we acquired large brains, and new evidence from molecules that enable scientists to decipher the tree of life as never before. The fossil record is now one of the strongest lines of evidence for evolution. In this engaging and richly illustrated book, Donald R. Prothero weaves an entertaining though intellectually rigorous history out of the transitional forms and series that dot the fossil record. Beginning with a brief discussion of the nature of science and the "monkey business of creationism," Prothero tackles subjects ranging from flood geology and rock dating to neo-Darwinism and macroevolution. He covers the ingredients of the primordial soup, the effects of communal living, invertebrate transitions, the development of the backbone, the reign of the dinosaurs, the mammalian explosion, and the leap from chimpanzee to human. Prothero pays particular attention to the recent discovery of "missing links" that complete the fossil timeline and details the debate between biologists over the mechanisms driving the evolutionary process. Evolution is an absorbing combination of firsthand observation, scientific discovery, and trenchant analysis. With the teaching of evolution still an issue, there couldn't be a better moment for a book clarifying the nature and value of fossil evidence. Widely recognized as a leading expert in his field, Prothero demonstrates that the transformation of life on this planet is far more awe inspiring than the narrow view of extremists.
Category: Science

Good Science Bad Science Pseudoscience And Just Plain Bunk

Author : Peter Daempfle
ISBN : 9781442217263
Genre : Education
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We are constantly bombarded with breaking scientific news in the media, but we are almost never provided with enough information to assess the truth of these claims. This book teaches readers how to think like a scientist to question claims like these more critically.
Category: Education

The Science Of Social Intelligence 45 Methods To Captivate People Make A Powerful Impression And Subconsciously Trigger Social Status And Value

Author : Patrick King
ISBN : PKEY:6610000261055
Genre : Psychology
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Scientifically-proven methods to create connection with anyone you meet. This is your blueprint for social success. Humans are spectacularly predictable. Through decades of research, scientists have shown consistent patterns in human behavior and thought that can lead us to very predictable outcomes. In other words, there are genuine ways to forge better relationships that take advantage of human psychology and behavioral patterns. And now, you are going to learn some major ones. Learn the elements of magnetic presence and charisma. Create unconscious social value and status. In The Science of Social Intelligence, you'll have over 40 studies, new and old, broken down in a way that answers the question, “How can I use this information to improve my everyday social life?” You can rely on real findings from the fields of psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, and behavioral economics, rather than one person’s anecdotal advice. Learn why conventional socializing advice is flat-out wrong or incomplete. This book is an in-depth look at the concept of being socially intelligent, maximizing the social opportunities you are given, and leveraging your unique strengths to have the relationships you want. In a time where most advice takes the form of “make more eye contact” and “smile more,” this book stands out. This book pairs human behavioral data and findings with the insight and emotional intelligence of Patrick King, sought-after social skills coach and internationally bestselling author. The result is half textbook, half field guide for whatever your social goals may be.
Category: Psychology

Proceedings Of The 2010 Academy Of Marketing Science Ams Annual Conference

Author : Dawn R. Deeter-Schmelz
ISBN : 9783319117973
Genre : Business & Economics
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Founded in 1971, the Academy of Marketing Science is an international organization dedicated to promoting timely explorations of phenomena related to the science of marketing in theory, research, and practice. Among its services to members and the community at large, the Academy offers conferences, congresses and symposia that attract delegates from around the world. Presentations from these events are published in this Proceedings series, which offers a comprehensive archive of volumes reflecting the evolution of the field. Volumes deliver cutting-edge research and insights, complimenting the Academy’s flagship journals, the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (JAMS) and AMS Review. Volumes are edited by leading scholars and practitioners across a wide range of subject areas in marketing science. This volume includes the full proceedings from the 2010 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference held in Portland, Oregon.
Category: Business & Economics

Making A Computer Game

Author : Anna-Maria Crum
ISBN : 1591987180
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 80.67 MB
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It takes a whole team of people working together to make a computer game-and what they do is only possible because of science and technology! Book jacket.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Handbook Of Demonstrations And Activities In The Teaching Of Psychology Second Edition

Author : Mark E. Ware
ISBN : 9781317759416
Genre : Psychology
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For those who teach students in psychology, education, and the social sciences, the Handbook of Demonstrations and Activities in the Teaching of Psychology, Second Edition provides practical applications and rich sources of ideas. Revised to include a wealth of new material (56% of the articles are new), these invaluable reference books contain the collective experience of teachers who have successfully dealt with students' difficulty in mastering important concepts about human behavior. Each volume features a table that lists the articles and identifies the primary and secondary courses in which readers can use each demonstration. Additionally, the subject index facilitates retrieval of articles according to topical headings, and the appendix notes the source as it originally appeared in Teaching of Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division Two of the American Psychological Association. Volume I consists of 97 articles about strategies for teaching introductory psychology, statistics, research methods, and the history of psychology classes. Divided into four sections (one for each specialty), the book suggests ways to stimulate interest, promote participation, grasp psychological terminology, and master necessary scientific skills.
Category: Psychology