The Inventive Mind in Science: Creative Thinking Activities

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Ebert, Christine, 1946-

The inventive mind in science : creative thinking activities /
Christine Ebert, Edward S. Ebert II; illustrated by Patty Mathews.

xii, 241 p. 22x28 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 1-56308-387-6

1. Science-Study and teaching-United States. 2. Creative
thinking-Study and teaching-United States. 3. Inventions-United
States. 4. Interdisciplinary approach in education-United States.

I. Ebert, Edward S., 1953- II. Title.

LB1585.3,E24 1998

370.15'2-dc21 97-43554

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