Tagged: science education

Describing science - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Feb 19, 2013

Michael has a post just up with a lovely definition of science, in part authored by Alison (see the comments that follows Michael’s post). To extend on what Michael has started, here’s a graphical description of how science works that I saw recently: (Source: www.understandingscience.org. Copyright: 2008, The … Read More

What do Kids Want in Science Education? Why not ask them? - Molecular Matters

Michael Edmonds Apr 29, 2012

I came across this interesting article by Marie-Claire Shanahan on her blog describing a panel discussion (and other activities) at LogiCon, a Edmonton science and critical thinking based outreach programme. The panel discussion involved asking a panel of 10 – 13 year old science enthusiasts for their opinion of science education – what a fantastic idea. The conversation, as … Read More

TOSP Episode 17: January 16th 2012 - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Jan 16, 2012

[Original post on the Sciblogs The Official Sciblogs Podcast site] Greetings, listeners! This week, aimee was away in Melbourne at the inagural AdaCamp barcamp.  So Elf brought in his good friend Haritina Mogosanu, who works with KiwiSpace and World Space Week, to co-host with him. They talked about the number of planets in our galaxy, [...] … Read More

Science Communication: Education or Appreciation? - Molecular Matters

Michael Edmonds Jun 17, 2011

One of the things I enjoy most about science is learning how different things work. I like to learn the details, the interesting and esoteric facts about a topic, and I like to learn about how it fits into the “bigger picture.” Science truly fascinates me. When communicating science there is sometimes the tendency to assume that everyone else is … Read More

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