The Language of Measurement

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Designed to help teachers become confident about the special terminology associated with practical investigations, when it should be used, and what specific terms mean.

The Language of Measurement is designed to help teachers become confident about the special terminology associated with practical investigations, when it should be used, and what specific terms mean.

The aim of this booklet is to enable teachers, publishers, awarding bodies and others to achieve a common understanding of important terms that arise from practical work in secondary science, consistent with the terminology used by professional scientists.

The booklet is in three parts:

– an introduction giving a rationale for the approach taken

– a glossary of key terms

– investigations illustrating the use of the terms in context.

The investigations include examples from school biology, chemistry and physics. The Language of Measurement is also applicable to evaluating aspects of scientific claims made in the public domain.

A joint project of the Nuffield Foundation and Association for Science Education.

 

Authors:

Peter Campbell, Richard Boohan
John Charlesworth, Ian Galloway, Robin Millar, Richard Needham & Ros Roberts
Age Range: 11-16
Format: Paperback

Additional information

Weight0.14 kg
Dimensions29.7 × 21 × 0.4 cm
Format

Books

Price Range

£6.00 – £20.00

Subject

Secondary

Publisher

Association for Science Education

Age Range

11-16

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