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Math and Science Across Cultures: Activities and Investigations from the Exploratorium Paperback – Feb 13 2003
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Maurice Bazin has taught physics at Princeton University and codirected the Exploratorium's Teacher Institute. Modesto Tamez develops science curricula at the Exploratorium. Founded in 1969, the Exploratorium is San Francisco's innovative hands-on museum of science, art, and human perception, visited by over six hundred thousand visitors a year.
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For what it really is, the book is definitely aimed at middle school levels and has a bibliography at the end of each chapter to look at the projects/activities in more depth. If you're going to spend any more than a school day on a particular project/activity, I would say you should definitely look at the further resources. Each chapter is probably at most 8-10 pages.
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