'I'm very impressed. A really exciting set of tools ... to bring out the gifted in everyone.'
Professor Joseph Renzulli, The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented'Every science teacher, from K to College should have this book!'
Ron Perkins, retired science teacher
The Private Eye is a book about the drama and wonder of looking closely at the world, thinking by analogy
, and changing scale
. It's also about theorizing
. Designed to develop higher order thinking skills, creativity and scientific literacy - across subjects, The Private Eye is based on a simple set of 'tools' that produce 'gifted' results. Uses everyday objects, a jeweler's loupe (sold separately), and simple questions. Accelerates science, writing, art, math and social studies, as well as vocational and technological education. It builds communication, problems solving, and concentration skills. For K-16 through life, all levels, the Private Eye develops 'the interdisciplinary mind'. Includes hundreds of lesson plan ideas, 240 pages.
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