Inventing science education for the new millennium

This text discusses late 20th-Century science education and addresses the teaching of science in the new millennium. It asks such questions as: how has society moved from an industrial age to a "knowledge-intensive" era?; and how will science education develop as we move past the year 2000?

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Author(s)Paul DeHart Hurd
Age11-14, 14-16
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Shelf referenceA 507.1073 HUR
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