By Lisa A. Pizarro The New York TIMES bestselling science book series,Chemistry, is a new collection of new and classic science books that have been reinterpreted by a number of leading scientific thinkers and educators, as well as leading scientists.
This new collection includes classics likeThe Structure of Matter,The Fundamental Structure of Nature,andThe Structure and Dynamics of Matter.
The book covers the foundations of all of these concepts, and the most recent research is in line with the understanding of the world we live in.
The new books include books that explore topics that scientists have long wanted to address: science literacy, how we learn and understand things, how the world works, and what it means to be human.
The New York-based publisher of science books, McGraw-Hill Education, is delighted to bring these classics to students in our classrooms in 2017.
Science literacy is a key topic that has been in focus at the State of the Science Literacy Project at the University of Illinois.
In partnership with the Center for Science Education at Northwestern University, the project has been tracking students’ science literacy and their expectations about what they learn in science classes.
The survey results show that students are more than willing to discuss and share their knowledge about the basics of science.
Students are more likely to say that they can explain complex concepts to others, and are more engaged in class discussions.
Students also cite their ability to follow and follow through with their ideas as a key way to advance their careers.
This collection of books will provide teachers and science educators with a unique platform to engage students in the science of the day and to engage them in meaningful learning.
These new classics will be used in our classes and classrooms in all 50 states and in some of the more than 150 countries in which McGraw Hill Education operates.
These new books are in line in many ways with what we do at McGraw, which is to be the leading science publisher of books in the United States.
McGraw is a member of the Association of American Publishers, which includes McGraw Harcourt, McGrow, Random House, and many other leading publishers.
McGrow is also a member and supporter of the American Council on Science Education.
We are thrilled to bring our bestselling science classics to the classroom in 2017, as our students will be able to share their discoveries and ideas with students around the world.
Learn more about the State Of Science Literate: http://www.nysci.org/science/literacy-the-state-of-science-literate