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Even More Brain-Powered Science Teaching and Learning with Discrepant Events by Thomas O'Brien

Even More Brain-Powered Science Teaching and Learning with Discrepant Events

RRP £21.50


Even More Brain-Powered Science Teaching and Learning with Discrepant Events by Thomas O'Brien

The hands-on activities serve as visual participatory analogies for science education principles. Whether you are new to the Brain-Powered Science books or are a brain-powered professional, this book is sure to create shared entertaining educational experiences for teachers and students.

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Publication date

15th October 2009


Thomas O'Brien

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National Science Teachers Association


330 pages


Primary & middle schools



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