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Wildflower Stories: Part 2 (Tall Bluebell)

See that Tall Bluebell (Campanulastrum americanum) flower? Is it red or is it blue?

Believe it or not, it’s kind of both!

The color pigment in plants that makes red is called anthocyanin. 97 more words


Students' and Teachers' Conceptions of the Nature of Science: A Review of the Research

While I always feel a little weird about summaries works that are themselves already summaries of other works of research, there’s no denying that it’s time-efficient.  3,381 more words


Are you a recent education graduate? Go teach abroad!

Graduating from college in the United States with an education degree, it can be challenging to find a job. I’ve had friends that have applied for at least 20 jobs, without hearing back from any one of those employers. 655 more words


Thank You

To all the readers who make this blog worth writing: Thank you. 336 more words

Global Warming

hypergeometric reblogged this on Hypergeometric and commented:

And thanks, Tamino!

The context of inquiry

I’m collecting some material for an article that would like to show the importance  that some debates in philosophy of science would actually have for science education. 506 more words


Guest Post: Ailsa Wild

I first came to Bendigo Discovery Centre as part of a tiny independent theatre duo, Teacup Tumble. We had a touring show called It’s Not Circus, It’s Science… 473 more words


Exciting news: stretch target!

Thanks to the support of people like you, dear reader, the #saveDiscovery crowdfunding campaign has been doing well! As I type this post, we’ve passed the $26,000 mark, out of the $30,000 we needed to help Discovery survive:  376 more words