https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fpermalink.php%3Fstory_fbid%3D980549355418923%26id%3D402441646563033%26substory_index%3D0&width=500 The Ongoing Battle Between Science Teachers And Fake News NPR-Ed posted an article this morning about how science teachers encounter young minds already signed onto misconceptions and falsehoods. This touched a hard nerve with me, as for years I’ve done my best to straddle the dangerous tightrope between critical thinking skills and teachings of… Read More Saving Summer: Flat-lining.
Recently a post on social media got to me to thinking: (well, overthinking? *shrug*) After a thread and reflection, I am trying to answer some questions: Does context play a role in teaching (anymore)? Just about “everything” can be “Googled” – how do we navigate and help students find the correct information? What is the… Read More Saving Summer: Googling.
https://giphy.com/embed/3VSM58Eu7kR4A via GIPHY (Northwestern me in the summer…) For summer, between walks and mini extensional crisis, I shall produce a series of posts designed to curate some of the key and critical ideas. First up: Fake News. A few weeks ago, I fell trap to a fake news story. As my husband says, the… Read More Saving Summer: Fake News (Revised)