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Doing What Scientists Do: Children Learn to…

Doing What Scientists Do: Children Learn to Investigate Their World

by Ellen Doris

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0435083090, Paperback)

Teachers and administrators wanting to make elementary science programs work will find out how in these pages. This book translates the theory of "discovery science" into a method that teachers can use. It shows: how to begin and how to keep going how to organize space and materials how to manage the classroom in a way that encourages focus and interest how to inspire curiosity and help satisfy it

Rich with examples of children's work and classroom dialogue, this is a practical book, meant to help teachers implement its ideas.

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