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DI Gets It Wrong Yet Again: Definitions v. Behavior, Hallucinating Text, and Impersonating an ESL Student

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Sat, 2020-01-04 05:30
[Sometimes life slides by for a while. The following text has been languishing in ‘drafts’. I apparently wrote a good
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K. C. Busch

K. C. Busch Paul Oh Fri, 01/03/2020 - 15:46 Short Bio

K. C. Busch is an Assistant Professor of STEM Education and faculty in the Leadership in Public Science interdisciplinary cluster at North Carolina State University.

kbusch@ncsu.edu
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Mandatory climate change education bill introduced in New Hampshire

Mandatory climate change education bill introduced in New Hampshire Paul Oh Thu, 01/02/2020 - 10:32
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Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators

Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators Paul Oh Mon, 12/30/2019 - 12:38
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RNCSE 40:1 now online

RNCSE 40:1 now online Paul Oh Thu, 12/26/2019 - 08:19
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Michigan: A Christmas Walk

W.R. Elsberry's The Austringer - Wed, 2019-12-25 23:50
Diane and I have been advised to increase our exercise. We decided to start with half-hour walks daily, something we
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Making Evolution Digestible

Making Evolution Digestible Paul Oh Mon, 12/23/2019 - 13:16
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Why trust science in a post-truth age?

Why trust science in a post-truth age? Paul Oh Mon, 12/23/2019 - 11:12
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Trouble resurfaces for climate change education in Idaho

Trouble resurfaces for climate change education in Idaho Paul Oh Mon, 12/23/2019 - 10:04
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Majority of Americans attribute global warming to human activity

Majority of Americans attribute global warming to human activity Paul Oh Tue, 12/17/2019 - 14:14
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NCSE's Branch reviews the state of U.S. climate change education

NCSE's Branch reviews the state of U.S. climate change education Paul Oh Mon, 12/16/2019 - 13:30
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Annie Stoeth

Annie Stoeth Earth and Environmental Sciences NCSE Staff Sat, 12/14/2019 - 16:14 City University of New York's Graduate Center New York City New York

Annie Stoeth is a second year doctoral student in Earth and Environmental Sciences at the City University of New York Graduate Center. She returned to pursue a graduate degree in science after years of working as an environmental educator in New York City and Latin America. Her research focuses on the role of anthropogenic waste in soil ecosystems. She is particularly interested in assessing and quantifying the role of soil fauna in these interactions and hopes to discover potential for bioremediation among edaphic organisms. Her dream is to write science curriculum for students, adults, and families across New York City that brings science education and academic scientific processes into closer accordance.

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Zachary Compton

Zachary Compton Evolutionary Biology NCSE Staff Sat, 12/14/2019 - 16:12 Arizona State University Tempe Arizona

Zachary Compton received his bachelor’s degree in genetics and is currently pursuing his doctorate in evolutionary biology at Arizona State University as part of the Arizona Cancer Evolution Center. He is interested in all the intersections evolutionary theory makes with cancer biology, with a particular focus on comparative oncology—the study of cancer across the tree of life. His current research focuses on how body size, lifespan, and other life histories shape species-level cancer risk throughout the animal kingdom. Zach is passionate about bringing evolution into the cancer clinic, as well as the classroom.

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Dieuwertje "DJ" Kast

Dieuwertje "DJ" Kast STEM Programs Manager / STEM Education NCSE Staff Sat, 12/14/2019 - 16:05 University of Southern California Los Angeles California

Dieuwertje "DJ" Kast is the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Programs Manager for the University of Southern California’s (USC) Joint Educational Project. She has provided STEM instruction to over 23,000 underserved students, 600 educators, 20 school principals, and countless community members. She is a current doctoral student in education, focusing on Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies in STEM at USC. She received her master's degree in education and biology teaching credential from the USC Rossier School of Education and she received her bachelor’s degree in Biology and Master of Science in Marine Environmental Biology in 2011 from USC. Her mission is to level the playing field for underserved students in STEM. Her education philosophy is focused on hands-on, inquiry-based and authentic STEM learning experiences. When she isn't working, she loves traveling on science-themed trips with her husband Roee around the world.

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Keighley Reisenauer

Keighley Reisenauer Biology NCSE Staff Sat, 12/14/2019 - 16:00 Baylor University Waco Texas

Cancer biologist, PhD candidate, and science communication (scicomm) champion, Keighley Reisenauer blends her love of research with a forward-thinking approach to improving the way research is communicated by the STEM field. Keighley holds a BSc in Genetics, a second major in Spanish, and Honors in Research from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She is a driven and creative thinker with the ability to quickly transition ideas to impactful action, evidenced by her work with the outreach group she founded, connecting her local Waco, TX community with STEM graduate students at her home institution, Baylor University. Leveraging her time as a 2020 Fellow, Keighley aims to further these efforts and dive deeper into the science of scicomm.

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Science Teachers in the Hot Seat

Science Teachers in the Hot Seat Paul Oh Fri, 12/13/2019 - 09:33 Link to Article https://www.aft.org/ae/winter2019-2020/branch Publication American Federation of Teachers Type of Article Read Article Date of Article Fri, 12/13/2019 - 12:00
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Teaching climate change a tricky endeavor in politically charged world

Teaching climate change a tricky endeavor in politically charged world Paul Oh Thu, 12/12/2019 - 13:30 Link to Article https://durangoherald.com/articles/306183-teaching-climate-change-a-tricky-endeavor-in-politically-charged-world Publication Durango Herald Type of Article Read Article Date of Article Wed, 12/11/2019 - 12:00
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NCSE's Reid discusses climate change education in Durango, Colorado

NCSE's Reid discusses climate change education in Durango, Colorado Paul Oh Thu, 12/12/2019 - 11:58
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Climate Parents: An NCSE ally in the effort to defend climate change education

Climate Parents: An NCSE ally in the effort to defend climate change education Paul Oh Mon, 12/09/2019 - 14:12
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2019: More Ambassadors, More Fellows, More Monitoring, More Great Work!

2019: More Ambassadors, More Fellows, More Monitoring, More Great Work! Paul Oh Mon, 12/09/2019 - 11:54
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