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From page 205...
... We want to thank the following individuals for their insightful comments on this early draft of the book: Rick Bonney, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Chris Gentile, Oatland Island Education; Julie Johnson, Science Museum of Minnesota; Martiza MacDonald, American Museum of Natural History; Jennifer Martin, Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose, California; Ellen McCallie, Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education, Association of Science-Technology Centers; Dale McCreedy, Gender and Family Learning Programs, Franklin Institute Science Museum; Kathy 205
From page 206...
... Four of these reviewers had also provided feedback on the early draft: Rick Bonney, Chris Gentile, Thea Sahr, and Gretchen Walker. Three additional individu als participated in the review of the final draft: Bronwyn Bevan, Informal Learning and Schools, Exploratorium, San Francisco, California; Lynn D

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