Category Archives: science education

Anne is wading into streams and science education

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the lovely Bethany Brookshire for her Eureka!Lab blog at Student Science, part of Society for Science and the Public. You can check out the interview on Eureka!Lab or scroll down to … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, hydrology, science education

The Up-Goer Five Challenge: now at Scientific American

Anne and I have continued to be blown away by the magnitude of the response to Anne’s original challenge to explain your scientific research using only a list of the thousand most commonly used English words. Ten Hundred Words of … Continue reading

Categories: public science, science education

Explaining geoscience using only the 10 hundred most common words

Take the challenge and join the growing list of scientists explaining their discipline using only 1000 common words. Continue reading

Categories: academic life, public science, science education

Inspiration for Earth Science education

Today is the second day of the 2012 DonorsChoose Science Bloggers for Students challenge. It’s also Earth Science Week, with this year’s theme “Discovering Careers in the Earth Sciences.” Today, in particular, is “No Child Left Inside Day.” Finally, it’s … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, science education

Inspiring future scientists with DonorsChoose: the challenge begins!

Today marks the start of the 2012 DonorsChoose Science Bloggers For Students Challenge. From today until the 5th November, science bloggers far and wide are joining together to help teachers give their students the science education they deserve. Over the … Continue reading

Categories: science education