Helps students organize information for better comprehension. Appeals to different learning styles. Includes essential tools from concept maps to Venn diagrams.
The aim of Continuing Life Processes is to present material in a way that meets the needs of all groups of students, allowing them to understand the important principles of biology and how the scientific process works. The companion Workbook gives students extensive practice in answering biology questions from multiple choice... read more
Do the words "awe", "wonder" and "fascination" sum up your pupils' response to Science lessons? If not then this is the book for you. Through a refreshing blend of theory and practice it provides stimulating material to develop creative approaches to Science in the classroom. It includes: a range of teaching approaches that r... read more
This unique book presents the Earth's geological history as a visual narrative. Each double-page artwork gives a snapshot from a key time period, plus a short piece of descriptive text to place the scene in context, both visually and historically. The text is short, light in tone and unobtrusive, allowing the reader to abso... read more
Meet Volcanica, the feisty reporter at Magmatic Press who presents hot facts about volcano science in New Zealand. Discover the four main types of volcano found in this country: stratovolcanoes, shield, caldera and volcanic fields and explore the characteristics of each as demonstrated in data panels and aerial photographs o... read more
|Author:||Richard A. Jones|
Insects are the most extreme organisms on Earth and, despite their diminutive size, they wield inordinate power. With the exception of the polar icecaps, every terrestrial ecosystem on earth is colonized by them, and they account for almost three-quarters of all named animals -- that's one million species at the last count! ... read more
|Series:||Science at the Edge S.|
This series investigates scientific developments and theories that give rise to concern and controversy. Each book introduces the interest groups, features details of the development or discovery, explains the underlying science and techniques and reviews the issues and opinions involved.
|Series:||Science at the Edge S.|
This series investigates scientific developments and theories that give rise to popular and widespread interest, concern and controversy. Each book looks at a different source of controversy and: - introduces the personalities and interest groups - features details of the development or discovery - explains the underlying sci... read more
One of the most hotly debated subjects of modern politics is the growing environmental hazards created by industry. According to scientists, global warming is a sign of eventual destruction. Yet, developing countries are putting more and more toxins into the atmosphere. Nova explores the boundaries of this fierce issue in its... read more
|Author:||G K Moriarty|
A complete guide to the requirements for NCEA Horticulture Level 1 using targeted language, clear line drawings and photographs. Practical and NCEA oriented exercises are used throughout the book.
|Series:||Heinemann Science Links S.|
Heinemann Science Links 1-4 VELS edition is designed to specifically support the Victorian Essential Learning Standards. The new VELS editions build on the outstanding qualities of the existing Science Links series.
|Series:||Just the Facts S.|
There is no longer any need to spend hours researching on the Internet or overloading your arms with heavy library books just to find out some basic fundamnetal facts and figures about a given topic. Here, at last, is a series of books with the facthunter in mind. Every fact imaginable combine to create one definitive and aut... read more
Bringing together the accounts of five influential and groundbreaking learning in science projects, this text serves as a comparison between the projects, their differing methods, findings and implications for teaching science in primary schools.