3 edition of Probes found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bruno Zucconi and Martin Clifford.|
|Series||Gernsback library, book, no. 54|
|Contributions||Clifford, Martin, 1910- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TK7870 .Z8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||54013280|
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Cited by: Probes, by Boston College philosophy professor Peter Kreeft is a series of questions and insights regarding the Gospel of John in the New Testament. Often the key to understanding something is asking the right questions, and this book does indeed ask many of the right questions.5/5(3).
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The Book of Probes is an exciting new publication that brings together for the first time a collection of his most prescient aphorisms and excerpts from his prolific life’s work. It is a revolutionary book that distills the wisdom and wit of the brilliant man who was first to understand and articulate thoughts on media, privacy invasion, the.
ment. Probes from this book that can be used with grades K–2 include: • “Magnets in Water” • “Moonlight” Uncovering Student Ideas in Physical Science, Volume 1 (Keeley and Harrington ) The fifth book in the series, and the first in a planned four-book series of physical science probes, contains 45 force and motion formativeFile Size: 2MB.
The Book of Probes is to McLuhanism as The Analects is to Confucianism. It embodies McLuhanism. If thinking takes space, the book offers that space prodigiously. If ideas emerge from the resonating interval between other ideas, the book maximizes such intervals.
The fairly limited number of words on each page gives them a sense of iconicity--to. I read this book all wrong - I started at the beginning and read sequentially until I reached the end. Carson's artwork pairs excellently with the hardened little jewels of McLuhan's probes.
I'm going to have to buy this so I can read it correctly - randomly flip it open, contemplate a single probe or two in depth, and then leave the book on a /5(5).
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The probe thereby hybridizes to single. The probes in this book are not limited to one grade level as summative assessments are. Rather, they provide insights into the knowl-edge and thinking that your students may have related to a topic as they progress from one grade span to the next.
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