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Re: [EASCI] Exercise #4 - Change Over Time

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  • Don Deresz
    Yeah, someone suggested that I research the National Science Education Standards; I did and the document offers the three main sciences as: Life, Physical,
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 21, 2006
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      Yeah, someone suggested that I research the National Science Education Standards;  I did and the document offers the three main sciences as: Life, Physical, and Earth/Space.  Thank you.
      Best,
      Don
      Miami
       
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      Seems to me I remeber reading somewhere that the "Big three" were Life, Earth and Physical science.  An example from each might be cell reproduction, erosion, and a pendulum swinging.  I don't think I can discuss too much more detailed than this.

      deresz_d@... wrote:

      Also, regarding this Exercise 4 content, another candidate
      thinks that the three major sciences that may be addressed
      are life sciences, physical sciences, and earth/space
      science after I suggested that traditionally the big three
      sciences are thought of as: biology, chemistry, and physics.

      So whad'ya think?  What does it mean by "mechanisms involved
      in changes over time" and what are the "three major
      sciences?"

      Thanks,
      Don Deresz
      Miami, FL

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    • Peg Brody
      Mechanisms can be agents of change, such as wind for erosion or variables that affect growth of some sort.
      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 24, 2006
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        Re: [EASCI] Exercise #4 - Change Over Time Mechanisms can be agents of change, such as wind for erosion or variables that affect growth of some sort.   
      • Peg Brody
        I also think the big 3 sciences are life, physical (which includes chemistry),and Earth/Space. That is how they are broken up in the NSTA book.
        Message 3 of 6 , Mar 24, 2006
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          Re: [EASCI] Exercise #4 - Change Over Time I also think the big 3 sciences are life, physical (which includes chemistry),and Earth/Space.

          That is how they are broken up in the NSTA book.
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