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The Child's World of Science and Technology: A Book For Teachers

by Ron Weeks

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0205266371, Paperback)

An entirely new text that accurately reflects current thinking and issues in elementary school science and technology education. The only Canadian elementary science methods text to provide thorough coverage of both science methods and activities. Author's fundamental view is that technology should be incorporated into the elementary science methods curriculum as a separate but related topic. Focus is on technology as a broad area of human endeavor, not a particular skill for use with a particular product.

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