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Neanderthals in the Classroom

By: Elizabeth Marie Watts(Author)
246 pages, 3 colour & 31 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
Neanderthals in the Classroom
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  • Neanderthals in the Classroom ISBN: 9781138476370 Hardback Oct 2019 Usually dispatched within 5 days
Price: £155.00
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Neanderthals in the Classroom examines the ongoing battle surrounding evolution from a cultural and historical perspective and then puts Theodosius Dobzhansky's claim that "nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution" to the ultimate test by exploring the potential evolutionary roots of this societal and educational clash over human origins. In examining the biological roots of the conflict, Watts demonstrates how understanding our inner Neanderthal allows us to consciously choose more highly evolved forms of communication as a means of alleviating societal division and creating space for more effective science education.


1. Fight or Flight
2. Religion Meets Science
3. Americans Seek Justice
4. Morphology of Misconceptions
5. Our Inner Neanderthal
6. Tend and Befriend
7. All in the Mind
8. Conscious Evolution. Education (R)evolution
9. Understanding Common Descent
10. Conclusion
11. Afterword


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Elizabeth Watts is a member of the Biology Education Research Group in the Institute for Zoology and Evolutionary Research at Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany. Her papers on science education, mindfulness, evolution and climate science have appeared in international journals such as Trends in Ecology and Evolution, The American Biology Teacher and Cultural Studies of Science Education. She has also received the Caspar Friedrich Wolff Medal for her work in the history of science.

By: Elizabeth Marie Watts(Author)
246 pages, 3 colour & 31 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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