Wonder and Delight: Essays in Science Education in honour of the life and work of Eric Rogers 1902-1990
Eric Rogers was an excellent physics teacher, with a worldwide reputation for the passion, profundity, and quirkiness of his thinking. Written by a distinguished international group of contributors, Wonder and Delight honors his memory by collecting together writings about science education that have lasting relevance and on subjects about which Eric Rogers cared deeply.
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SHORTCUT TO THE FUTURE
A VULGAR SCIENCE CURRICULUM
TEACHING ABOUT THE NATURE OF SCIENCE THROUGH
CHILDREN LEARNING SCIENCE
HUMANE AND HELPFUL ASSESSMENT
EXAMINING INQUIRING MINDS?
EXPERIMENTING WITH EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS
ADDRESS TO INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION
ERIC ROGERS AND THE NUFFIELD PHYSICS PROJECT
THE KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
APPARATUS FOR THE INQUIRING MIND
ERIC ROGERS AND THE NATIONAL
ERIC ROGERS 19021990
MODELLING CLAY FOR COMPUTERS
EARLY ASTRONOMY AND PHYSICS EDUCATION
POWERFUL AGENTS FOR GOOD OR
A PERSONAL MEMORY
THE EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE DEMONSTRATED
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