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by Peter Riley


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Peter Riley was a science teacher for 25 years, 17 of them as Head of Science. His first book was published in 1981, and he has been a full-time author since 1996, with over 200 books published for children, students and teachers.

Peter Riley was a science teacher for 25 years, 17 of them as Head of Science. He is the winner of the prestigious Schoolbook Award for Science in 2000, as well as being shortlisted for the Aventis Science Prize 2004 and nominated for the Educational Resources Award in 2009. Series: Making sense of science (Book 10). Hardcover: 32 pages. Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd (February 10, 2005).

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Forces and Movement looks at the different forces from gravity to friction and the effects they have on objects and their movement. The Earth and Space explores how the Earth moves around the Sun and its position in space as a whole

Forces and Movement looks at the different forces from gravity to friction and the effects they have on objects and their movement. The Earth and Space explores how the Earth moves around the Sun and its position in space as a whole. Both books consider how the ancient Greeks explained these phenomena and why the work of people like Newton and Galileo led their ideas to be reinterpreted.

Sensemaking or sense-making is the process by which people give meaning to their collective experiences. It has been defined as "the ongoing retrospective development of plausible images that rationalize what people are doing" (Weick, Sutcliffe, & Obstfeld, 2005, p. 409). The concept was introduced to organizational studies by Karl E. Weick in the 1970s and has affected both theory and practice.

Key topics are explained through an original combination of science, history and practical investigations

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Sense about Science publishes guides to different areas of science in partnership with experts. Chris Peters, Scientific Affairs Manager at Sense About Science, has said, 'If you ask people for evidence then they expect to be asked for evidence in the future'

Sense about Science publishes guides to different areas of science in partnership with experts. These include: Making Sense of Uncertainty, Making Sense of Allergies, Making Sense of Drug Safety Science, Making Sense of Crime, Making Sense of Statistics, Making Sense of Screening and Making Sense of G. .Chris Peters, Scientific Affairs Manager at Sense About Science, has said, 'If you ask people for evidence then they expect to be asked for evidence in the future'. This can lead to a cultural shift in the organisation; they make sure they have the evidence from the start and are more evidence-based. Keep Libel Laws Out of Science.

Long-held assumptions that generated the discipline of science are released, revealing what they eclipsed: intent – a mysterious but essential component of reality. To describe intent is to describe how thought produces concepts, how our senses give rise to what we perceive (sound, color, distance, et., and what exactly I signifies. With this, a curious question arises, Do I choose to be who I am? This is a journey to the source of being.

Indeed, all this makes clear that the best we can hope for with mirrors is an imperfect glimpse into minds like our own.

The sense of self is unmistakable. It is so much a part of being human that we often fail to notice it. Yet self-awareness is one of the biggest mysteries of the mind. Fast-forward a few weeks of practice, and they passed the face-mark test with flying colours. Indeed, all this makes clear that the best we can hope for with mirrors is an imperfect glimpse into minds like our own.

Forces and Movement looks at the different forces from gravity to friction and the effects they have on objects and their movement. The Earth and Space explores how the Earth moves around the Sun and its position in space as a whole. Both books consider how the ancient Greeks explained these phenomena and why the work of people like Newton and Galileo led their ideas to be reinterpreted.

Comments: (2)

Granirad
I used this, along with several of Peter Riley's other books in this series, to teach beginning physics to my elementary-aged homeschooled children. The explanations were easy to understand, and we enjoyed the demonstrations for each topic that were easily done with common household objects.
Usaxma
This book (along with others in the Straightforward Science Series) is incredibly informative and exciting. On every other page, there are practical ways to bring the subject matter to life. Unlike other books, the content is presented in a way that you read straight through. Many books have a paragraph here and there and seem unconnected, not so with this book. The books are very colorful, interesting and informative. Best science series that I've read.
Forces and Movement (Making Sense of Science) download epub
Science Nature & How It Works
Author: Peter Riley
ISBN: 0749655259
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: Watts Pub Group (August 31, 2004)
Pages: 32 pages