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We want your suggestions for Summer Reading 2016
- What June looks like in an NYS School District
- What June looks like in the schools of most other states.
- Sydney B. keeps a list of things that she does over the course of the year.
- David S. is doing some hard work with his department members.
- David K. points here as the basis of his teaching philosophy.
- Chris W. learned that Chuck and Josh of “Stuff You Should Know” didn’t know that Paul Andersen == Bozeman Science.
- Our show on CRISPR
- David gets a lot of mileage out of tracking spreadsheets and starring files in Google Drive.
- Paul has gotten a lot of mileage out of the Next Generation Science Assessments - Task Portal
The Featured Patreon Patron: Valerie May
This Week's Topic: What we are reading
- Paul is reading “Failure: Why Science is So Successful” by Stuart Firestein
- David is reading “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, “Why Students Don’t Like School” by Daniel Willingham, and
“What should we be worried about?”
- Bill Gates book recommendations
- “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman
- “Fuzzy Nation” by John Scalzi