I’ve been catching up with Sean Musselman’s blog about science education. (Clicking “follow” is so easy. Actually reading content, not so much. I’m repeatedly rediscovering bloggers in my network that are overdue for the harvest. Musselman’s blog is a case in point.) His recent post about the use of texts in science classes is useful, includingContinue reading “Summer Reading & The “I Wonder Circle””
Ideas and facts aren’t bad just because we acquire them via social media. As a parent and self-teaching nature club guide* I’ll take what I can get from the Internet. Here’s an example. So am I a host or a parasite in the digital food chain? *I’ve been calling myself a “leader” of the clubContinue reading “The Host-Parasite Thing, with Many Digressions”
Yet more shilling for the Harvard Museum of Natural History…seriously, these look like terrific programs. Kids’ classes, clubs, and programs – Harvard Museum of Natural History.