Category Archives: Science Museums

Teaching entomology in a world afraid of bugs

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Star Wars: Identities, or “Learn psychology, you will. Hrmmmm.”

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Spidernauts: when thousands of kids followed a spider’s journey into space

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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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Can you worry about an animal you’ve never seen? The role of the zoo in education and conservation.

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Selling memories: the line between museum education and consumerism

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Informal Science Education in Museums – Learning by Accident

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A moa walks into a mall

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