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School of Doubt is looking for writers!

School of Doubt is looking for more writers! The gig requires a moderate time commitment and offers no pay, except for–should you defeat the Iron Chef–the people’s ovation and fame forever. So, what are we looking for in a candidate? At a minimum, applicants should be educators (whether as instructors or administrators in …

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Why Aren’t You Reading This?

Not you in particular, nor this post specifically, but speaking more broadly, I do wonder why skeptics in general aren’t as interested in teaching as I would have expected them to be, based on what we tend to value. Looking at the traffic on this and other “skepticism in education” …

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Holy Smokes, SoD turned two!

Our beloved alma mater turned a positively venerable two years old this week, so I’d like to take the opportunity to thank all our writers–past and present–for their hard work in getting us this far. Thanks also to you, our lovely and dedicated readers, for showing up to class and listening …

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School of Doubt is looking for writers!

School of Doubt is looking for more writers! The gig requires a moderate time commitment and offers no pay, except for (possibly) the people’s ovation and fame forever. So, what are we looking for in a candidate? At a minimum, applicants should be educators (whether as instructors or administrators in traditional institutions or …

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Teacher helps pupil with his reading, FSA (Farm Security Administration) camp for farm workers. Caldwell, Idaho. School is held at the camp because of lack of room in city schools
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School of Doubt is looking for writers!

Are you an educator or an educator-to-be? Do you work in an education-related field? Do you like science and skepticism? Most importantly, do you have something to say about it? School of Doubt is looking for contributors of all academic specialties and career stages to write for our blog. Writers …

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Pop Quiz: School is in Session!

It’s the end of summer here in the Northern Hemisphere. Well, not in terms of the weather, and we’re a month yet out from the Autumn Equinox. But classes have started here at my university, and the halls are once again full of students. My current position doesn’t leave time …

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Welcome to our new staff!

Hail and well met, gentle readers! I have the pleasure of announcing that four new writers have joined our intrepid team of terrifically talented teachers! Richard teaches art at a Catholic school, and spends most of his days coloring and pretending he is not an atheist. He likes vintage furniture …

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