4 edition of Vital connections: Children, science, and books found in the catalog.
Vital connections: Children, science, and books
1991 by Library of Congress .
Written in English
|Contributions||Sybille A. Jagusch (Editor), Wendy Saul (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
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This monograph outlines important issues that surround the topic of children's science books. In the introduction, the role of books in hands-on science curricula is discussed. In the title essay of the collection, F. Rutherford argues against the reliance on textbooks in elementary school science, but yet feels that books are an essential part of science ://?id=ED Vital connections: children, science and books / F.
James Rutherford --Gaps and emphases / Lazer Goldberg --The heart of the matter / Patricia Lauber --The thinking gap / Laurence Pringle --Thoughts on writing science books / Seymour Simon --The value of a "good read" / Vicki Cobb --Science is stories / Jean Craighead George --Reflections on Get this from a library.
Vital connections: children, science, and books: papers from a symposium sponsored by the Children's Literature Center. [Wendy Saul; Sybille A Jagusch; Children's Literature Center (Library of Congress);] Vital connections: children, science, and books: papers from a symposium sponsored by the Children's Literature Center / By Sybille A.
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