SCISP Part Three: Interactions and Change
The whole of Part three of the Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP) sample scheme emphasised this concept of interaction. In the language of SCISP, if A has any effect on B, then A is said to interact with B. A and B are often be two or more building blocks; for example, air molecules interact, a chair and the floor interact, a satellite and the Earth interact, an organism can interact with its environment.
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- Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP)
- SCISP Part Three: Interactions and Change