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How Psychologists Destroyed Public Education

NOVEMBER / A high school in Arizona

Back in the classroom after lunch, I can relax. The TA for the period is using one of the computers. 556 more words



“Tuzo’s dead.” That was the first time I’d ever heard of Tuzo. It was April 1993 and I wondered who – or what – Tuzo was. 1,380 more words


Institutes for Research in Science in North India

Prepare yourself according to the requirement of the respective institutes in case you wish to choose one of them to pursue higher education in any of the science subjects . 126 more words

Vector Graph Racer

I love vectors. I mean, they’re pretty awesome. They have a magnitude and a direction. Two for the price of one. They are also quite helpful when doing physics. 353 more words


Reflections on an Undergraduate Science Education: Part Three

Proselytising. One does not tend to associate that word with science, I think, in part, because science prides itself in encouraging open enquiry (generally speaking – there will always be entrenched ideas which need overthrown and those who are not willing for the shovelling to be done). 568 more words


OMG, Karen, you can't just ask people why they're white!

A very exciting thing happened to me yesterday – I found out I’m from Africa. I know what you all are thinking… 618 more words


What does everybody get wrong about science?

In the past two weeks I have been working as a moderator for I’m A Scientist Get Me Out of Here – the UK’s largest science communication program. 872 more words