The essential skill we must develop to live a rewarding life is curiosity. Whether it is noticing the timing of the tulips starting to break
Anti-Icons: The Conflict Between Science and Religion
Each day seems to bring news stories where a religious group disavows science or a scientist attacks religion. What is one to think? Which is
Visual Communication of Science Concepts-Felice Frankel
One of the many challenges educators face daily is how to communicate ideas to learners with a wide range of background knowledge, learning style, interest/motivation
Nature, Science, Poetry-The Work of Keith Taylor
Michigan based poet Keith Taylor has been an astute and sympathetic observer of nature and the human condition for decades. His dedication to teaching,
Creativity in Art and Science from UCLA
Every day in the classroom, it feels like the challenge to inspire and motivate our students to think critically and creatively is just getting harder.
3-d Printing Outreach at University of New Hampshire.
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