Science Education - Getting Started
Finding New Ways to Think about Science Education
During the summer of 2008, Paul Grobstein, Luisana Taveras, a rising sophomore at Bryn Mawr College, and Julia Lewis, a rising senior majoring in Chemistry and Bryn Mawr College, will be thinking about science education and trying out ideas in a summer institute program with K-12 teachers. These forums are a place for ongoing thinking by the three of them, and any one else interested. To contribute your thoughts, use the forum entry form at the bottom of this and other forum pages. Postings will be checked to prevent spam and so may be delayed in appearing. An updated list of all forums in this series is available here.
Starting with what one has - what has worked/not worked in one's own life?
New directions from neurobiology?
- Education and the Brain: New Challenges and New Directions
- We Feel, Therefore We Learn: The Relevance of Affective and Social Neuroscience to Education
- Applying Neuroscientific Findings to Education: The Good, The Tough, and the Hopeful
And elsewhere ...