SCISP Part Three: Interactions and Change
The whole of Part three of the Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP) sample scheme emphasised this concept of interaction. In the language of SCISP, if A has any effect on B, then A is said to interact with B. A and B are often be two or more building blocks; for example, air molecules interact, a chair and the floor interact, a satellite and the Earth interact, an organism can interact with its environment.
In the Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP) course, the explanations of change used the concept of interaction under these headings:
*A close look at a number of different changes
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