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.
Do Christian and mainstream science have to look different? A review of Old-Earth or Evolutionary Creation? Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos By Rebekah Mays
Special Edition: Introducing Kevin Nelstead, author of Earth Science: God’s World, Our Home
By Jeffrey Mays Biology. Chemistry. Physics. It is by far the most common sequence of science courses in high schools, and has been the default program in American high school education for several decades. But the B-C-P sequence has been the subject of criticism from many educators and scientists for over a century. In our time when Read More…
1) Implementation Tips for Novare Textbooks – Are you maximizing the benefits of the text? Here’s some tips you’ll want to know. 2) What is the thinking behind the structure of Novare Physical Science? – Much consideration went into the structure of this text.
Two Articles: 1) Assessing Students at Home – What can homeschooling parents do when trying to grade their student’s advanced science assignments 2) Retrospective – A view of Novare’s first 3 years