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Fundamentals of General Science
The 'Introduction to General Science' is a free interactive course that allows the learner to grapple with scientific knowledge in interesting, engaging and easy way. It educates the learner on how scientific experiments are set up and conducted, how hypotheses are formed and how conclusions are drawn.
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After completing this course you will be able to effectively observe in a science laboratory and form your opinion on an experiment. You will gain a good knowledge of scientific experiments, including how to design experiments, create hypothesis testing, repeat experiments and reach a conclusion.
|Observation and Inferences|
|Safety Rules in the Science Laboratory|
|Test Tube Safety in the Science Laboratory|
|Using the Bunsen Burner|
|General Safety in the Science Laboratory|
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|Course Title||Fundamentals of General Science|
|Content Origin||Australian School Curriculum|
|Course Description||The 'Introduction to General Science' is a free interactive course that allows the learner to grapple with scientific knowledge in interesting, engaging and easy way. It educates the learner on how scientific experiments are set up and conducted, how hypotheses are formed and how conclusions are drawn. This course is suitable for science students who wish to revise before exams, those working in laboratories who wish to reacquaint themselves with laboratory procedures or those who wish to familiarise themselves with the fundamentals of science.|
|Release Date||07 September 2012|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner)||2-3 Hours|
|Age appropriateness||14+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level||Lower High/ Secondary School|
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