Archives for September 7, 2011

Edward Tenner: Unintended consequences

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I like to pass books about science on to the teachers in my daughter’s school for them to have in the classroom (or to pass on to the library, as they wish). Now that you’ve heard this idea, you will want to do it to! Here’s a few suggestions of recent titles that could be…

And if you have your own favorites, please add links to them in the comments. Below the fold to not crash your flash.

In support of biology teachers …

A few essays. You are not alone. These are previously posted items, just follow the links to read them in their entirety.

An alligator in Wisconsin?

This is the claim being made: Oh, I can’t believe she’s never going camping again because she saw an alligator! Personally, I like running across this sort of animal. I hope there is an actual scientific investigation of this. I’d love to know if this creature could possibly have wintered over. This is a rather…

Here are a few books that those in the education biz should have on hand. If you are a parent with a kid in school, consider giving a copy of one or more of these books to your school’s life science teacher and a key administrator or two.