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CCST 9026 Scientific Revolutions and their Impact on Modern Societies

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6 sharing(s) available for this course
Average Rating:

5.33


Anonymous shared this review at 6:43am 3 August 2015
  • Professor: Akom
  • Language: English
Rating:

8.00

Course Description
no need to care about the tutorials
Assessment
essay, poster, project, exam
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Anonymous shared this review at 4:50am 4 August 2015
  • Professor: Q.A Parker
  • Language: English
Rating:

7.00

Course Description
A history of the major revolutions in scientific history.
Assessment
40% in-class test, 60% presentation and posters.
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Anonymous shared this review at 8:17pm 15 August 2017
  • Professor: Prof. Q. A. Parker
  • Language: English
Rating:

10.00

Course Description
The course is very interesting and informative both for science and non-science students. By taking this course one could certainly expect to understand how science is logically hypothesized, rigorously formalized, philosophically reasoned and experimentally proved. Besides, it successfully teaches the basic philosophies, common practices, charismatic personalities and curious viewpoints that form the main crux of science and scientists. Further, it removes the stereotypical blanket of obscurity, strangeness, and peculiarity that usually shrouds the great minds of science and the seemingly difficult and abstract pieces of work they produce. In all, it shows the human side of people of science and helps restore in the participants' minds the beauty, joy, and simplicity,  the very concepts science truly represents.
Assessment
For 2017-18(Sem1)
In-class test: 50%
Individual mini project essay: 15%
Group presentation: 15%
Reading assignments: 20%

For 2016-17(Sem 1)
In class end of term test:  60%
Assignments(2 short essays):  20%
Presentation(group work)(with the aid of simple poster):  20%
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megaman shared this review at 11:18pm 3 August 2015
  • Professor: Dr. J.C.S. Pun
  • Language: English
Rating:

7.00

Course Description
scientific revolution and Kuhn's theory
Assessment
exam 60%
assignments 20%
presentation 20%
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Ronney shared this review at 10:43pm 10 November 2016
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Rating:

0.00

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lawyuenwing shared this review at 9:40am 13 September 2016
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