Making Scientists by Gregory Light
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Making Scientists is a valuable contribution to the growing debate about how best to education the scientists and citizens of tomorrow.
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Gregory Light and Marina Micari reject the view that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are elite disciplines restricted to a small number with innate talent. Rich in concrete advice, Making Scientists offers a new paradigm of how scientific subjects can be taught at the college level to underrepresented groups.
 

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Gregory Light is Director of the Searle Center for Teaching Excellence at Northwestern University.Marina Micari is Associate Director of the Searle Center for Teaching Excellence at Northwestern University.Author's home: Chicago, IL
 
Published March 5, 2013 by Harvard University Press. 297 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Donald F. Calbreath on Mar 06 2013

Making Scientists is a valuable contribution to the growing debate about how best to education the scientists and citizens of tomorrow.

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