Some sixty teachers of college courses in the physical and biological sciences met at Harvard University on the 9th and 10th of July to discuss their aims, methods, and problems in teaching the natural sciences to nonscientists. The five two‐hour sessions were devoted respectively to discussions of the methods of science and whether they can be taught, the history of science, methods of instruction, the relationship of natural sciences to the social sciences, and the problem of obtaining suitable teachers.

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