A new study, published in Evolution: Education & Outreach, finds that “understanding of the nature of science” was the single most important… Read more »
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In all the sound and fury over the teaching of evolution in the United States, teacher professional development has been ignored. Until now.
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In Montmartre, Paris honors an evolutionist!
Interested in bringing cutting-edge evolutionary science to your school and community? Apply to be a stop on NESCent’s 2014… Read more »
(Uploaded on behalf of Dr. Adam M. Goldstein) Since this is the EE&O blog, it makes sense to look at recent papers appearing… Read more »
(Uploaded on behalf of Dr. Adam M. Goldstein) Welcome to the new blog! Springer has changed its blogging platform. It’s… Read more »
The power of words and operational definitions: Of cutting hair and trimming beards, Bonobos making fire, and falling asleep
(Uploaded on behalf of Gisela Susanne Bahr) One the hardest things to learn for a scientific investigator (or perhaps a human) is… Read more »