Science is a field that spans a range of disciplines.
For most of us, it’s not difficult to start a book, and you can do so in a variety of ways.
But, for some, the process is intimidating, so here’s what you need to know to start.
Science, by Maryam Namazie, Simon and Schuster, 474 pp., $25.00 (cloth), 9781580853906, amazon.com, ebook, etext (paperback), pdf (mobi), ebook (mobile), paperback (paper) source B&N (Canada), Amazon UK, Amazon US, Barnes & Noble NL title How To Create A Science Book In 10 Steps: Maryam’s Simple Science Guide to Making Science Books eBook source B+N (United States) title The Science of Good Taste: The Art of Teaching and Learning by Mary AMazie article The Science Of Good Taste is Maryam M. Namaziie’s classic guide to teaching and learning.
In it, she lays out everything that’s needed to teach children to love science, from the basics to the most complex topics.
In this article, we’re taking a look at a few of the key ideas that Namazio offers.
First, she discusses the “bend and break” method of teaching science, which is a method of building knowledge that involves the student reading the material in order to form their own opinion about it.
She also gives a basic outline of how to teach an idea to a child who might be unsure, or maybe afraid, of it.
Namzio has a long history of teaching children how to think critically, and she’s certainly not the only one who’s made it a priority to teach students how to do this.
She’s one of the best teachers I know.
I highly recommend her book, Science, to any science teacher and anyone else interested in teaching children about the world.
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