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The impact of a feather

Socrates could be talking about anything here, and I’m sure we could apply this statement to anything. Today, we’re going to apply it to knowledge- specifically the knowledge of students. Students don’t come into your classroom as empty vessels waiting … Continue reading

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An Interesting Perspective: Left of Center

Howdy Bloggers, Welcome back to the second installment of An interesting Perspective. This week we will be discussing the idea of teaching in the margins, and the importance behind this concept. Take a look at the pictures above. What are … Continue reading

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An Interesting Perspective

Howdy Bloggers, Today marks the official kick off of the first installment of this new series titled, “An Interesting Perspective.” Every now and again, this blog will appear to discuss different topics regarding some of the methods of science teaching. … Continue reading

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