This is the first of six resources in the series: ‘Drawing for Science, Invention & Discovery Even If You Can’t Draw‘ by Paul Carney, educational consultant and author. The projects enable teachers of both art and science to approach drawing from a new perspective. You can see all of the resources here.
Introduction: This activity demonstrates why scientists need to record and catalogue large amounts of complex information. It also shows you how and why drawing can help us to better understand the objects we are studying and the importance of organising and sorting information.
Notes for Teachers
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