Category Archives: Informal Science Education

Twitter for Sci-Ed Part 3: To boldly go where no lecturer has gone before

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Twitter for Sci-Ed Part 2: Networking and connecting

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Twitter for Sci-Ed Part 1: Teaching in 140 characters or less

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Making good use of Hollywood’s bad science

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Science and Storytelling: The use of stories in science education

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Living science: the importance of science experiences in Brazil

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Can a museum object be more like a dog?

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My Top 3 Geology Education Models

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Hobbies: idle pastimes or keys to science engagement?

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