Student Scientist Partnerships: Shrewd Maneuvers

  title={Student Scientist Partnerships: Shrewd Maneuvers},
  author={R. Tinker},
  journal={Journal of Science Education and Technology},
  • R. Tinker
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Science Education and Technology
It is the very strangeness of nature that makes science engrossing, that keeps bright people at it, and that ought to be at the center of science teaching. I believe that the worst thing that has happened to science education is that the great fun has gone out of it—Very few see science as the high adventure it really is, the wildest of all explorations ever taken by human beings, the chance to catch close views of things never seen before, the shrewdest maneuver for discovering how the world… Expand
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