Category Archives: science education

Geobloggers for DonorsChoose: Deep Sea News

During Earth Science Week, your friendly Highly Allochthonous Bloggers are supporting the

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Geobloggers for Donorschoose: Maitri Erwin

Continuing our campaign to promote geoscience education during Earth Science Week, today we give you Maitri Erwin, who has thrown herself enthusiastically into this years DonorsChoose Science Bloggers for Students challenge as part of the Ocean and Geobloggers Collective. As … Continue reading

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Geobloggers for DonorsChoose: Jacquelyn Gill

It’s a good week to promote geoscience education. Not only is it Earth Science Week, but science bloggers everywhere are involved in their annual drive to provide much needed educational resources to US schoolteachers through DonorsChoose. Forcing schools to beg … Continue reading

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Wisdom from the Geoblogosphere School of Learning & Doing (Accretionary Wedge #38)

Welcome to the Geoblogosphere School of Learning & Doing. Let’s begin with a story by one of our students, Michael Klaas of Uncovered Earth. He writes… “On a warm evening in May of 2008 I sat upon a cinder cone … Continue reading

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Stay broad! Why you should fight the intellectual narrows

For this month’s Accretionary wedge, my co-blogger Anne is asking us to mark the beginning of a new teaching year by pondering the nature of education in the geoscience. As a post-doc, I may not be in the best position … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, geology, ranting, science education