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Articles tagged scientific method

Baby Steps to Science (Part 3): Collecting Observations

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: May 8, 2012   So far in this series, we have discussed counting and drawing as ways of engaging in science. In this article we are...
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Five Great Reasons for Studying Science through Researching the Lives of Great Scientists: Spotlight on the Challenge B Research Strand

The research strand in Challenge B fall semester is bursting with a wonderful science education. This article explores why that is so by highlighting five reasons for studying science through researching prominent scientists. Each reason focuses on an underlying...
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The Mathematical Difference between Wisdom and Science

by Jonathan
Monday, 18 March, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the disturbing trends of the modern era is the blind delegation of all reality-focused ideas to science. The presumption is that if something is real—if one can taste it, touch it, or smell it—then science is the best approach to dealing with that subject. This...
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Top Four Things You Can Learn from the Science Fair

Image this: an episode of “The Twilight Zone.” The main character: a parent who did a horrible job on her junior high science fair project. [Fast-forward to the present day.] The plot: the parent is now trapped in an endless cycle of producing science fair projects...
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The Core Chapter 9: The Core of a Classical Education: Science

The Core Chapter 9: The Core of a Classical Education: Science by Jennifer Courtney I was the helper in my five-year-old daughter’s Foundations class this week when her tutor demonstrated Newton’s First Law of Motion with a tennis ball and a super bouncy ball--very...
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