Scientists and Their Writings
Notable Notebooks: Scientists and Their Writings is like a trip through time that brings to life the many ways in which famous scientists, from Galileo to Jane Goodall, have used science notebooks, including to sketch their observations, imagine experiments, record data or just write their thoughts.
Written in captivating rhyme, the text is sprinkled with lively illustrations. Flip through and see – it looks a lot like the science notebook you’ll be eager to start after reading Notable Notebooks. The book gives you four steps for starting your own notebook, plus mini-biographies of the diverse array of featured scientists.
An experienced educator, speaker and author, Jessica Fries-Gaither is the Lower School Science Specialist at the Columbus School for Girls in Ohio. She says, “Every year, I wished I had a great read-aloud about scientists and their notebooks as we kicked off notebooking in my classes. I never found one, so I decided to write one myself.” After reading her one-of-a-kind book, you’ll see just how special it can be to have a place to jot down your thoughts and discoveries.
|Publish date||2017-03-30 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)|
|Key Learning Area||Science|