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Great selection of science blogs

December 28, 2009

I’m recently enamored with the blog from ASSETT (Arts & Sciences Support of Education through Technology) at the University of Colorado — they have great short posts on different technology tid-bits for use in the classroom. Recently, they’ve had a selection of science blogs, along with detailed synposes of what you’ll find on each blog. […]

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New blog! A Schooner of Science debunks the myths about lemmings

June 8, 2009

I came across a new science blog recently — A Schooner of Science — and really enjoyed Sarah’s fresh and funny writing style about all sorts of things that this blog doesn’t tend to cover — namely, biology and chemistry.  (I write about them when I can, but, well, it does all come down to […]

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Why physics teachers should read blogs

November 21, 2008

I just had a short article published in The Physics Teacher (in Websights) on useful blogs for physics teachers.  (Woo hoo!)  That article was somewhat truncated from the original, so for any of you who have found my blog through that article, here is the full article as I wrote it. PDF-of-physics-blogs (with lots of […]

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32 education blogs

November 9, 2008

Richard Hake (of Physics Education Research fame) has just posted a very nice list of 32 education blogs, fully annotated with useful descriptions of the content and author of each blogs. Includes blogs on eLearning, how people learn, mathematics education research, and more. UPDATE 12.1.08  Hake has now posted an updated list of 60 education […]

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