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06 JUNE 2017

Sowing Climate Doubt Among Schoolteachers Through Unscientific Propaganda

"The book [Why Scientists Disagree about Global Warming] is unscientific propaganda from authors with connections to the disinformation-machinery of the Heartland Institute. In a recent letter to his members, David L. Evans, executive director of the National Science Teachers Association, said that 'labeling propaganda as science does not make it so.' He called the institute’s mass mailing of the book an 'unprecedented attack' on science education.

Judging from the responses of educators I know who have received 'Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming' in recent weeks, most copies of it are likely to be ignored or discarded. But if only a small percentage of teachers use it as intended, they could still mislead tens of thousands of students with it year after year."

(Curt Stager, 27 April 2017, The New York Times)

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2015 • 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference • Breitbart • climate changeclimate change casualty • climate change denialists • climate change propaganda • climate change scepticismclimate contrarians • climate crisis • climate experts • climate reconstructions • climate science skeptics • climate scientists • conservative think tank • creationism • creationist perspectives • dishonesty • Energy Makes America Great • explanation of phenomena • fake science • false assertions • false premise • fossil fuel emissions • global warming • human-driven climate change • ice cores • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change • IPCC • Joseph Bast • lake sediments • Marita Noon • misrepresentationNew York Times • paleoclimatology • propagandaresponsibility • school teachers • science education • science educators • scientific consensus • scientific evidence • solar activity • The Heartland Institute • the role of human activity on climate change • tree ringsunnatural phenomenon • volcanism

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Simon Perkins
16 OCTOBER 2014

Circuit Scribe: rollerball pen that writes with conductive silver ink

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2014 • Analisa Russo • Arduino • Bok Yeop Ahn • breadboard • Brett Walker • circuit • circuit building • circuit diagram • Circuit Scribe • clear box (engineering) • colloidal silver ink • conductive ink • conductive silver ink • DIY electronics • electronic circuitry • electronic components • electronics • Electroninks Incorporated • Eric Rosenbaum • KickstarterMaKey MaKeypen and inkprinted circuit board • rollerball pen • schematic diagram • schematic sketches • science educationUniversity of Illinoiswomen in technology • working prototype • working prototypes

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Simon Perkins
11 MARCH 2014

7th grade student: Welcome to My PLE!

"Seventh grade life science student gives a tour of her personal learning environment. Design based research project was conducted for Networked Student dissertation."

(Wendy Drexler, 2009)

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2009 • 7th grade • autonomy • box jellyfish • connectivism • design based research project • e-learning 2.0e-pedagogyeducational technologyelearning • Evernote • FacebookGlogster EDUGoogle Docs • iGoogle • learner responsibility • learning teachnology • leopard gecko • life science • Netvibes • networked student • PageFlakes • paperless • peer-reviewed • personal learning centres • Personal Learning EnvironmentPLE • Pocket Tanks • reflective bloggingscience education • seventh grade • Skype • structured enquiry • studentSymbalooEDUteaching science • Wendy Drexler

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
04 FEBRUARY 2014

This Thing Called Science: videos to explain scientific concepts

"TechNyou is a free information service to help raise awareness about emerging technologies and associated issues, for example GM foods, stem cells, gene therapy, cloning, synthetic biology and nanotechnologies."

The series includes: This Thing Called Science Part 1: Call me skeptical; This Thing Called Science Part 2: Testing, testing 1–2–3; This Thing Called Science Part 3: Blinded by Science; This Thing Called Science Part 4: Confidently Uncertain; This Thing Called Science Part 5: Do the right thing; This Thing Called Science Part 6: Citizen Science.

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Liam Birtles
06 NOVEMBER 2012

Videolectures: science video lectures open access repository

"VideoLectures.NET is an award–winning free and open access educational video lectures repository. The lectures are given by distinguished scholars and scientists at the most important and prominent events like conferences, summer schools, workshops and science promotional events from many fields of Science. The portal is aimed at promoting science, exchanging ideas and fostering knowledge sharing by providing high quality didactic contents not only to the scientific community but also to the general public. All lectures, accompanying documents, information and links are systematically selected and classified through the editorial process taking into account also users' comments."

(Videolectures.net)

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conferences • distinguished scholars • editorial process • educational video lectures repository • exchanging ideas • free materials • high quality didactic content • Internet portal • Jozef Stefan Institute • knowledge sharinglearning resourceopen accessOpen Educational Resources (OER) • promoting science • sciencescience and technologyscience education • science promotional events • scientific communityscientific insightsscientific knowledgescientific understandingscientists • summer schools • systematically selected and classified • video lecturesvideo repository • Videolectures.net • workshops

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Simon Perkins
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