UNESCO, New UNESCO Source Book for Science Teaching, Paris: Unipub, Inc., P.O. Box 433, Murray Hill Station, New York, N.Y. 10016, 1972,270 pages, $8.50. The New UNESCO Source Book for Science Teaching has been prepared with t h e intention of bringing the UNESCO Source Book for Science Teaching up to date. It provides a broader coverage of scientific material apt to be studied in introductory science courses. The first edition of the UNESCO Source Book f o r Science Teaching was published in 1956. A second edition was reprinted 24 times, translated into 30 languages, and to date almost 750,000 copies have been sold. This New UNESCO Source Book f o r Science Teaching differs from the first ones by including an expanded section in the biological sciences and a great deal of new material in the earth and space sciences. The physical science section also contains considerable more chemistry teaching material than was found in the second edition. The material of the book has been grouped into four major chapter headings: Resources, Facilities and Techniques for Science Teaching; Physical Sciences; Biological Sciences; and Earth and Space Sciences. As in the original books, much help is given
Science Education – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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