Eric Rogers was an excellent physics teacher, with a worldwide reputation for the passion, profundity, and quirkiness of his thinking. Written by a distinguished international group of contributors, Wonder and Delight honors his memory by collecting together writings about science education that have lasting relevance and on subjects about which Eric Rogers cared deeply.

part 1|133 pages

Essays in Science Education

chapter Chapter 1|14 pages

Shortcut to the Future

chapter Chapter 2|12 pages

A Vulgar Science Curriculum

chapter Chapter 4|18 pages

Children Learning Science

chapter Chapter 5|12 pages

Humane and Helpful Assessment

chapter Chapter 6|8 pages

Examining Inquiring Minds?

chapter Chapter 9|12 pages

Modelling Clay for Computers

chapter Chapter 10|12 pages

Early Astronomy and Physics Education

chapter Chapter 11|7 pages

Nuclear Literacy

part 2|66 pages

Eric Rogers and Physics Education

chapter Chapter 14|10 pages

Eric Rogers and the Nuffield Physics Project

chapter Chapter 15|6 pages

The Kinetic Theory of Gases

chapter Chapter 16|14 pages

Apparatus for the Inquiring Mind

chapter Chapter 17|6 pages


chapter Chapter 19|6 pages

Trials Teacher

part 3|38 pages

Remembering Eric Rogers

chapter Chapter 20|4 pages

Eric Rogers 1902-1990

chapter Chapter 21|4 pages

Remembering Eric Rogers

chapter Chapter 22|6 pages

Eric Rogers in Denmark

chapter Chapter 23|4 pages

Eric Rogers: A Personal Memory

chapter Chapter 25|6 pages

Three Medal Citations