Category Archives: Equity in science education

Judging science fairs: 10/10 Privilege, 0/10 Ability

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Strategies for Hearing Impaired Students, Educators, and Colleagues and The Bigger Picture

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The Biggest Sci-Ed Stories of 2013

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Insights into Coping with Hearing Impairment within Post-Secondary Education

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Pardon Me? How to Enable Successful Communication with the Hearing Impaired

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Hobbies: idle pastimes or keys to science engagement?

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Science fairs: rewarding talent or privilege?

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