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Analysing Scientific Experiments - An essential student guide to interpreting and drawing conclusions from experiment results

ISBN: 9781776554331
Code: 51030
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Students will find their logical next steps in Analysing Scientific Experiments, from which they can experience the satisfaction of getting real meaning from experimental results. Through these activities they will develop the range of analytical and statistical skills they need to interpret their results and use their understanding of scientific principles to reach sound conclusions. After completing simple scaffolding activities to practise various statistical and analytical techniques in isolation, students gain many opportunities to apply those techniques to both results supplied in the resource and results they gain from their own experiments.

Pages: 59 | Ages: 12-15

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About the Author

Through her study at Otago University,New Zealand, Julia Burton gained a BSc with a major in chemistry and a BA with a major in English. She then gained her Postgraduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) from Teachers’ College at Victoria University. She taught science and chemistry at Upper Hutt College and is now taking a break to look after her son.
New Zealand

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