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Required Readings, 1 October 2013

Hello, everyone! Good morning, and here are some articles for you to peruse today:   -Teresa MacBain, minister-turned-atheist, loses teaching job after it was discovered she was inflating her credentials. -Anti-evolution group files lawsuit against Kansas State Board of Education to try to prevent Kansas from using the new science …

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Required Readings, 17 September 2013

Good morning! Here is a grab-bag of articles for today’s Required Readings: -Atheists in London set up a “godless congregation,” expand to broadcast services in other cities. -Rachel Held Evans tells atheists that she won’t think Richard Dawkins speaks for all atheists… so long as atheists don’t think that Pat …

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Required Readings, 15 September 2013

Homeopathy colleges, colleges and veils and measles’ spread in the US. Good morning everyone, hope you have a nice day, enjoy reading and don’t let indignation get you! Stand Up for Science – don’t let children be brainwashed. 2 Jewish groups get state violation notices for slaughtering chickens – there’s …

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Required Readings, 5 September 2013

The mystery of women…in science. Jury sides with deaf medical student. Social media informing college choice. Good morning, teachers and learners! Here are today’s required readings. Mystery of the Missing Women in Science – Natalie Angier examines the stereotypes and barriers to having more girls enter the science fields. Deaf …

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Required Readings, 27 August 2013

 Good morning, everyone! Here are some Required Readings for you to peruse: -Author Thomas Hager speaks about the decline of scientific journalism. -Should scientific skeptics care about their own history? -Ahead of President Obama’s talk in Buffalo, residents discuss college costs and whether obtaining a higher education is worth it. …

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Required Readings, 25 August 2013

God smites Creation Museum worker (he was probably gay), religious education doesn’t make children more intelligent and other news today in your Required Readings. Good morning everyone, have a nice read and enjoy your Sunday! TURKEY: Is it possible to manifest religion or belief in teaching and education? – it would …

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Required Readings, 20 August 2013

Good morning, everyone! Here are your Tuesday Required Readings: -The U.S. is failing to explore how other nations deal with student loan debt. -Ken Ham says that evolution can’t be debunked with reason. -A lawsuit says that, among other things, Palm Beach County schools are not teaching evolution properly. -Women, …

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Critical Thinking

Et tu, Radiolab?

It’s time for my morning jog and I spend a few minutes looking over my list of podcasts to choose my educational listenings for the next hour or so. Scrolling through my podcasts I find my trusted running companion, Radiolab. A new episode. Thanks, loyal friend. If you are not …

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Required Readings, 11 August 2013

Good morning, everyone! I’m currently attending a conference on STEM education in D.C., hence my taking over the Sunday Required Readings. I’ll be back to posting on Tuesday next week. In honor of this conference, today’s Required Readings links are all focused on science education. I hope you will find …

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Required Readings, 6 August 2013

Good morning, fellow skeptics and educators! Here are some required readings to get you through the day:   -Mississippi lags behind the rest of the country when it comes to science teaching and education. -On being an open atheist in the Arab world. -A study indicates that professors will delay …

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