ERIC Number: ED445919
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
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Edmund's Idea and Research Report on the General Pattern of the Scientific Method. A Challenge to America To Recognize and Teach the Basic Method by Which We Refine, Extend, and Apply Knowledge in All Fields. SM-14. Second Edition.
Edmund, Norman W.
This booklet introduces a new and general approach to the scientific method for everyone. Teaching the scientific method to all students allows them to develop their own talents and is necessary to prevent the loss of jobs. Many job areas that require scientific methodology are listed. Harmful results that may occur because of not teaching the scientific method are also discussed. Chapters include: (1) "Explanation of the General Pattern of the Scientific Method"; (2) "The Advantages of Teaching and Learning the Scientific Method"; (3) "Management Science and Scientific Management"; (4) "Ideas and Recommendations for Teaching the Scientific Method"; (5) "More Information about "The Scientific Method""; (6) "Misunderstandings, Misinterpretations and Controversies Concerning "The Scientific Method""; and (7) "Conclusion". (YDS)
Descriptors: Case Method (Teaching Technique), Creativity, Information Technology, Innovation, Problem Solving, Science Education, Scientific Literacy, Scientific Methodology, Thinking Skills, Vocabulary
Norman W. Edmund, 407 NE 3rd Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301; phone: 305-525-7327; FAX: 305-525-7459.
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
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