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The nature of Science


The nature of Science

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Understanding how science works allows one to easily distinguish science from non-science. Thus, to understand biological evolution, or any other science, it is essential to begin with the nature of science.
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Date Added to MERLOT: April 09, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 18, 2012
Keywords: Nature of Science


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Avatar for Jordan Anderson
3 years ago

Jordan Anderson (Student)

I like the home page of your resource and it's discussion of the roadblocks and potential pitfalls as an educator teaching evolution.

Avatar for Jacky Flint
3 years ago

Jacky Flint (Student)

Free lesson plans are very helpful.