God and Evolution

Many years ago I had a hard-working student who started by loving the introductory biology course I was teaching. We had started off with the section on unity, which emphasized the similarities in life forms from the point of view of cell structures and basic biochemistry. He had no issues with that. The next part... Continue Reading →

Science Education in High Schools

Teaching is a craft; what works wonders for one instructor and group of students may have mediocre results in a different class. So many variables affect success that it's difficult to objectively assess the impact of one particular teaching technique, let alone an entire educational philosophy. Even success has its shades of grey. Long-term goals should be prioritized, but... Continue Reading →

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