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A while ago someone posted a link here to a great looking science curriculum for elementary school.  It really seemed to emphasize the method and thinking of science, and it wasn't one of the big, well known ones.  It was a secular curriculum.

 

Does anyone know or remember what it might be?


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Bernard Nebel's "Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding"?

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Bernard Nebel's "Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding"?



YES!  This is it!  Thanks!


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I bought it and am checking it out right now.  I really like it (and I was a science major).

 

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Just an FYI you can get the Ebook of Building Foundations for Scientific Understanding from the publishers website for $5! I just bought it the other day. http://outskirtspress.com/webpage.php?ISBN=9781432706104


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Dang, I ordered it from Amazon.  Oh well.  I am really enjoying it, I think it's a great looking program.


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My kids enjoyed setting things on fire today to demonstrate the release of stored energy for lesson C-1!

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Just an FYI you can get the Ebook of Building Foundations for Scientific Understanding from the publishers website for $5! I just bought it the other day. http://outskirtspress.com/webpage.php?ISBN=9781432706104

Thank you! I was about to buy it on Amazon!

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