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Lecture music

by Matthew Cobb

I was reading the Times Higher Education this morning, and my attention was drawn to a set of articles about how to deal with sullen students… 215 more words


Teaching Evolution!

I received this email a few days ago and I think is interesting and an idea worth of sharing. Here it goes!

“TIES is a new project of the… 201 more words


Teaching Evolution: Three More Thoughts

Here’s a link to my post about the Evolution Treasure Hunt. I’ve kept thinking about all that, and my thoughts right now have been shaped partly by my father’s very last journey, in process as I write. 1,328 more words

Teaching Life

Teaching Evolution

Last year I attended an excellent lecture at the IOE by Professor Martie Sanders on teaching evolution to young children. I’ve been meaning to share this. 1,454 more words

Evolution to be taught in primary schools

The British Humanist Association (BHA) have run a campaign with two goals; they announced yesterday that their aims have been achieved. The first was that no state–funded school should teach creationism or intelligent design as scientific theories and the second was for evolution to be included in the National Curriculum for 10 and 11 year olds. 631 more words


"Your Inner Fish"-- TV version-- has begun

by Greg Mayer

Jerry noted in February that friend-of-the-site Neil Shubin will be presenting a three-part series on PBS this month based on his bestselling… 204 more words


My TAM interview, part 2, and a book on secularization

Here’s the second of three installments of my interview at TAM with Joel Guttormson of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science.

In this short clip I raise my favorite thesis, which a while I thought was largely mine, but have discovered that it’s been a going hypothesis in sociology for a long time. 491 more words