5 edition of Biotechnology in Schools found in the catalog.
Biotechnology in Schools
May 1991 by Open Univ Pr .
Written in English
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Tommie S. Hata received his B.A. in Biology and Secondary Education from Washington University in Saint Louis and his M.A.
in Biotechnology from Columbia University. He taught at The Pingry School in Martinsville, New Jersey from to He started and developed the curriculum for the course "Introduction to Science Research" 1/5(1). This overview of the significance and scope of biotechnology aims to give teachers a guide to the way in which biotechnology fits into the National Curriculum and its relevance to the everyday world.
The book contains suggestions for practical work, case studies and a guide to resources. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: s.: illustrations: Contents: Part 1 Biotechnology in context: what is biotechnology.
- the development of biotechnology, the attractions of biotechnology, what is the future for biotechnology?; biotechnology and the school curriculum - the curriculum debate, curriculum. Biotechnology Books for College & University Students, Textbook & CD. Biotechnology: An Introduction (with InfoTrac) by Susan R.
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