Food for thought: Cooking stirs up student interest in science

07/2/2009 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A Utah summer class introduced middle-school students to science by teaching them the principles behind roasting peanut butter, carbonating soda and curdling cheese. "It's a good chance for the kids to learn about science, but in a way that's not pressure-oriented," said Sara Young, who teaches the course. "It's very relaxed, and I think it helps them see that science can be fun."

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