The issue is first and foremost a confrontation between educational idealism and evolutionary dogmatism.
Maitland, FL (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Within the pages of Randall Hedtke’s new book, How to Teach Evolution as a Theory: A guide for legislators, educators, parents and teachers ($14.99, paperback, 978-1-62509-091-1; $7.49, e-book, 978-1-62509-092-8) readers will discover the truth about Darwin’s theory of evolution. The point of the book is to introduce open-mindedness into the typical dogmatic evolution curriculum. The author continues on to recommend that schools take a different approach to teaching the “theory,” which, according to the book’s supporting evidence, is actually doctrine.
“The issue is first and foremost a confrontation between educational idealism and evolutionary dogmatism,” states the author. “The curriculum has to be reformatted to comply with educational ethics. The confrontation originated because Darwin failed to follow investigative protocol; the science establishment is content to overlook that fault.”
Randall Hedtke has an MS in curriculum and instruction. The author has developed and taught a scientifically objective evolution curriculum for many years.
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