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Mike Walley

The Princeton Field Guide To Dinosaurs - An Excellent Reference Book

We had known about the launch of this book for sometime, after all, it came out last year and I recall reading the review out of Prehistoric Times magazine to...

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Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

The Wholeness and the Implicate Order, Book by Professor David Bohm

Professor David Joseph Bohm, FRS (20 December 1917 - 27 October 1992) was an American quantum physicist who became a British citizen later. He contributed to...

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Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

Professor David Joseph Bohm, FRS (20 December 1917 - 27 October 1992) was an American quantum physicist who became a British citizen later. He contributed to theoretical physics, philosophy of mind,

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jun 08, 2012

One cannot undermine the importance of reading in a child's education. That's why educational books are important as they help increase a child's vocabulary and awaken his interest to learn more.

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012

Parents take a lot of pleasure and delight when selecting children's books for their kids especially if they are classic books. Parents are like walking down memory lane as they go through piles of

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012

Architecture is the art and science of designing a structure, a process that combines planning, designing and constructing a building. A well designed building is often seen as a symbol of culture

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012

The act of speaking or writing about any building after due analysis is popularly known as architecture criticism. Most commonly, buildings that are historically important, have revolutionary designs

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012

Keith Folse's A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners is an aptly-named resource for teachers who seek to become more comfortable assessing the English-language skills of students

By: Christine Bonnie Ghattas l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012
Craig L Olson

Scientists seek to explain all natural phenomena in terms of familiar forces. They say the present is the key to the past. But the natural forces that caused the ice age are nowhere in evidence

By: Craig L Olson l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Feb 25, 2012
Jonathan Hilton

How an Aquarium Will Make Kids Smarter - First a teaching aquarium in the classroom energizes learning, it prods learners to get involved because the tank is not an inanimate object it is a living,

By: Jonathan Hilton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 24, 2012
Mike Walley

We had known about the launch of this book for sometime, after all, it came out last year and I recall reading the review out of Prehistoric Times magazine to colleagues at one of our Friday

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 09, 2012

Demand for quality international education directly translates in increased demand for international accommodation for students. Since more and more students are enrolling themselves in international

By: Piyush Kumar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 03, 2012

Chemical engineering books provide a rare insight into this form of engineering. Electronics engineering is another popular and lucrative profession. Civil engineering involves different skill sets,

By: Glen Mike Gonsalves l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 01, 2012
Cedric P Loiselle

Online CNA Training Course has become one of the popular choices of aspiring nurse assistants considering the only prerequisite to be one is a high school diploma or basic GED. Offering basic

By: Cedric P Loiselle l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 30, 2011
Maggie Dail

In the 1930s and 1940s Dr. Temple Fay gathered some younger professionals to form the Institute for the Achievement of Human Potentials in Philadelphia: Dr. Robert Doman (physiatrist) and Glenn Doman

By: Maggie Dail l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 24, 2011

Solar energy from the sun's heat radiation is just one of the many renewable energy sources that are the subject of current global technological research and development. The harmful effects of the

By: Gary Davies l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 24, 2011
Iola Bonggay

Geoinformatics is the science and technology of developing and using information service sciences in addressing the issues linked to geography, geosciences as well as other branches associated to

By: Iola Bonggay l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 08, 2011
Scott Leger

Are you following the modern trends in the age- old subjects like biology? Modern trends mean applying engineering, technology, genetics and medicine in the study of biology. The whole trend is

By: Scott Leger l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 02, 2011

Introduction to Electrodynamics is a great course in electromagnetism written by great David J. Griffiths. He writes about electromagnetism in a concise, easy style, and, as a rule, tries to create a

By: James M Shelton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 21, 2011
Tyler Tichelaar

Kurt Eby provides a creative way to use the memory so readers can remember information from long lists, historical dates and periodical charts for tests. He teaches readers how to overcome years of

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 17, 2011
Donielle Schipper

Are you a homeschooler wondering what a lap book is? We just started our first one and here's what we think!

By: Donielle Schipper l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 13, 2011
Jordan Reeves Walker Ed.D

A classroom that behaves, listens and learns is one of the ultimate goals of every educator concerned with rendering effective service on the job. In reality, effective strategy for building

By: Jordan Reeves Walker Ed.D l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Aug 29, 2011
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Mike Walley

We had known about the launch of this book for sometime, after all, it came out last year and I recall reading the review out of Prehistoric Times magazine to colleagues at one of our Friday

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 82 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

Professor David Joseph Bohm, FRS (20 December 1917 - 27 October 1992) was an American quantum physicist who became a British citizen later. He contributed to theoretical physics, philosophy of mind,

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Craig L Olson

Scientists seek to explain all natural phenomena in terms of familiar forces. They say the present is the key to the past. But the natural forces that caused the ice age are nowhere in evidence

By: Craig L Olson l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0
Jonathan Hilton

How an Aquarium Will Make Kids Smarter - First a teaching aquarium in the classroom energizes learning, it prods learners to get involved because the tank is not an inanimate object it is a living,

By: Jonathan Hilton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 24, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

Chemical engineering books provide a rare insight into this form of engineering. Electronics engineering is another popular and lucrative profession. Civil engineering involves different skill sets,

By: Glen Mike Gonsalves l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Maggie Dail

In the 1930s and 1940s Dr. Temple Fay gathered some younger professionals to form the Institute for the Achievement of Human Potentials in Philadelphia: Dr. Robert Doman (physiatrist) and Glenn Doman

By: Maggie Dail l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 24, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

Architecture is the art and science of designing a structure, a process that combines planning, designing and constructing a building. A well designed building is often seen as a symbol of culture

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Solar energy from the sun's heat radiation is just one of the many renewable energy sources that are the subject of current global technological research and development. The harmful effects of the

By: Gary Davies l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 24, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Demand for quality international education directly translates in increased demand for international accommodation for students. Since more and more students are enrolling themselves in international

By: Piyush Kumar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 03, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Cedric P Loiselle

Online CNA Training Course has become one of the popular choices of aspiring nurse assistants considering the only prerequisite to be one is a high school diploma or basic GED. Offering basic

By: Cedric P Loiselle l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 30, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Donielle Schipper

Are you a homeschooler wondering what a lap book is? We just started our first one and here's what we think!

By: Donielle Schipper l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 13, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

The act of speaking or writing about any building after due analysis is popularly known as architecture criticism. Most commonly, buildings that are historically important, have revolutionary designs

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Keith Folse's A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners is an aptly-named resource for teachers who seek to become more comfortable assessing the English-language skills of students

By: Christine Bonnie Ghattas l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

Introduction to Electrodynamics is a great course in electromagnetism written by great David J. Griffiths. He writes about electromagnetism in a concise, easy style, and, as a rule, tries to create a

By: James M Shelton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 21, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Jordan Reeves Walker Ed.D

A classroom that behaves, listens and learns is one of the ultimate goals of every educator concerned with rendering effective service on the job. In reality, effective strategy for building

By: Jordan Reeves Walker Ed.D l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Aug 29, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Scott Leger

Are you following the modern trends in the age- old subjects like biology? Modern trends mean applying engineering, technology, genetics and medicine in the study of biology. The whole trend is

By: Scott Leger l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 02, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

One cannot undermine the importance of reading in a child's education. That's why educational books are important as they help increase a child's vocabulary and awaken his interest to learn more.

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

Parents take a lot of pleasure and delight when selecting children's books for their kids especially if they are classic books. Parents are like walking down memory lane as they go through piles of

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Iola Bonggay

Geoinformatics is the science and technology of developing and using information service sciences in addressing the issues linked to geography, geosciences as well as other branches associated to

By: Iola Bonggay l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 08, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

Kurt Eby provides a creative way to use the memory so readers can remember information from long lists, historical dates and periodical charts for tests. He teaches readers how to overcome years of

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 17, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
1 2|  

One cannot undermine the importance of reading in a child's education. That's why educational books are important as they help increase a child's vocabulary and awaken his interest to learn more.

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

Parents take a lot of pleasure and delight when selecting children's books for their kids especially if they are classic books. Parents are like walking down memory lane as they go through piles of

By: Galvin Dsilva l Book Reviews > Educational Science l May 04, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

A student taking their first course in business mathematics might wonder how necessary a textbook for such a course may be. After all, don't most students already know basic mathematics by the time

By: Jeremy P Stanfords l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Aug 11, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Jonathan Hilton

How an Aquarium Will Make Kids Smarter - First a teaching aquarium in the classroom energizes learning, it prods learners to get involved because the tank is not an inanimate object it is a living,

By: Jonathan Hilton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 24, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

We had known about the launch of this book for sometime, after all, it came out last year and I recall reading the review out of Prehistoric Times magazine to colleagues at one of our Friday

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 82 lComments: 0

Demand for quality international education directly translates in increased demand for international accommodation for students. Since more and more students are enrolling themselves in international

By: Piyush Kumar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 03, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Chemical engineering books provide a rare insight into this form of engineering. Electronics engineering is another popular and lucrative profession. Civil engineering involves different skill sets,

By: Glen Mike Gonsalves l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Cedric P Loiselle

Online CNA Training Course has become one of the popular choices of aspiring nurse assistants considering the only prerequisite to be one is a high school diploma or basic GED. Offering basic

By: Cedric P Loiselle l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 30, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Maggie Dail

In the 1930s and 1940s Dr. Temple Fay gathered some younger professionals to form the Institute for the Achievement of Human Potentials in Philadelphia: Dr. Robert Doman (physiatrist) and Glenn Doman

By: Maggie Dail l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Nov 24, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

Solar energy from the sun's heat radiation is just one of the many renewable energy sources that are the subject of current global technological research and development. The harmful effects of the

By: Gary Davies l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 24, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Iola Bonggay

Geoinformatics is the science and technology of developing and using information service sciences in addressing the issues linked to geography, geosciences as well as other branches associated to

By: Iola Bonggay l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 08, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Scott Leger

Are you following the modern trends in the age- old subjects like biology? Modern trends mean applying engineering, technology, genetics and medicine in the study of biology. The whole trend is

By: Scott Leger l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Oct 02, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

Introduction to Electrodynamics is a great course in electromagnetism written by great David J. Griffiths. He writes about electromagnetism in a concise, easy style, and, as a rule, tries to create a

By: James M Shelton l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 21, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

Kurt Eby provides a creative way to use the memory so readers can remember information from long lists, historical dates and periodical charts for tests. He teaches readers how to overcome years of

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Sep 17, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Gwen Nicodemus

Getting Science by Brian Clegg targets an audience of elementary school teachers who feel less than confident about teaching science in their classrooms. It's a good book, and after reading this it,

By: Gwen Nicodemus l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Aug 18, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Craig L Olson

Scientists seek to explain all natural phenomena in terms of familiar forces. They say the present is the key to the past. But the natural forces that caused the ice age are nowhere in evidence

By: Craig L Olson l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

Architecture is the art and science of designing a structure, a process that combines planning, designing and constructing a building. A well designed building is often seen as a symbol of culture

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

The act of speaking or writing about any building after due analysis is popularly known as architecture criticism. Most commonly, buildings that are historically important, have revolutionary designs

By: Stefan Collini l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

Professor David Joseph Bohm, FRS (20 December 1917 - 27 October 1992) was an American quantum physicist who became a British citizen later. He contributed to theoretical physics, philosophy of mind,

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

From time immemorial, the study of Science and Philosophy are going together, each supporting the other. Great Scientists are great Philosophers and vice versa. Newton's Theory of Gravity and

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Educational Science l Aug 26, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
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