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Even today, the current National Science Education Standards (NRC, 1996) include an explicit section on the history and nature of science primarily to illustrate the role played by humans, the nature of scientific knowledge and historical perspectives of science. The Standards make the specific proposal that HOS may be useful in this regard with the recommendation that Through the use of short stories, films, video, and other examples, elementary teachers can introduce interesting historical examples of men and women (including minorities and people with disabilities) who have made contributions to science.
However, two points are worth making: 1. In the derivation of (1ƍ), Laplace used the assumption that the attractive forces between the caloric atmospheres of molecules and the surrounding molecules are very weak. As we have seen, he took it that the total force that the molecule m is subjected to when the attractive force between the caloric of m and the molecule mƍ is taken into account is repulsive. This means that the attractive forces between the caloric of a molecule and the surrounding molecules are very weak, and in fact negligible compared to the repulsive forces between caloric atmospheres —hence, practically they do nothing to modify or weaken these repulsive forces.
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Adapting Historical Knowledge Production to the Classroom by Michael R. Matthews (auth.), P. V. Kokkotas, K. S Malamitsa, A. A. Rizaki (eds.)