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Science and the educated American : a core component of liberal education / edited by Jerrold Meinwald and John G. Hildebrand.

Publication:
Cambridge, Mass. : American Academy of Arts and Sciences, ©2010.
Series:
Occasional paper (American Academy of Arts and Sciences)
[Occasional papers of the American Academy]
Format/Description:
Book
viii, 262 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Subjects:
Science -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Technical education -- United States.
Education, Humanistic.
Education, Humanistic.
Science -- Study and teaching.
Technical education.
United States.
Contents:
Science in the liberal arts curriculum / Don M. Randel
Science as a liberal art / Frank H.T. Rhodes
Science in the liberal arts and sciences / Eugene H. Levy
Scientific literacy : a modest proposal / James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen
Science education in the age of science / Chris Impey
Physics for future presidents / Richard A. Muller
Learning astronomy through writing / Martha P. Haynes
Teaching science for understanding : focusing on who, what, and why / Sally G. Hoskins
Molecules of life : a general education approach to the science of living systems / Brian N. Tse, Jon Clardy, and David R. Liu
Science for all in a core curriculum : frontiers of science at Columbia University / Darcy B. Kelley
Assessing scientific reasoning in a liberal learning curriculum / Diane Ebert-May, Elena Bray Speth, and Jennifer L. Momsen
The conceptualization and measurement of civic scientific literacy for the twenty-first century / Jon D. Miller.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Meinwald, Jerrold, 1927-2018.
Hildebrand, John G., 1942-
American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
ISBN:
0877240884
9780877240884
OCLC:
741747474
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