John D. Mays [In celebration of our 10 Year Anniversary, John reflects back on the events that made Novare Science & Math a reality.] No one can possibly be more amazed than I am at where the Lord has brought us over the past 10 years. Ten years ago, the last things on my mind Read More…
Your hang-up is ruining your kid’s science experiments by Jeffrey Mays Let’s face it. Many homeschooling parents (and classroom teachers) are consummate rule followers. After all, stable society is built on rules, right? The rule of law, and so on? Without rules, we descend into beasts. And we exemplify rule following if for no other Read More…
Lab Experiments and the Goals of Science Education by John D. Mays Most science educators agree that labs are an essential part of any science course. However, the goals of the laboratory work differ significantly between the different scientific disciplines.
by Jeffrey Mays Part 3. Reconciling violence among the animal kingdom with the goodness of God’s Creation. It’s not because of sin.
by Jeffrey Mays Part 2. Is Creation suitable for children? Three big words and what they tell us about the world God made.
by Jeffrey Mays Part 1. Seeing the freaky aspects of nature as revelatory of aspects of the Creator we are not as familiar with. God as proto-artist.
Putting Homework in its Place Uniform Standards for Upper School Science and Mathematics
What Makes Your Math Classes Distinctive? The New Catalog
Articulating a New Paradigm What a Summer!
In Science the Past is not Ancient History