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4 months ago
QUBES

Check out the QUBES Fall Newsletter. Updates on lots of cool projects and events, including a link to our blog post about Carina and Klara's training in video production!

Check out the QUBES Fall Newsletter https://qubeshub.org/community/newsletter
Ecological Society of America Data Nuggets

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5 months ago
Ten commandments for good data management

Thanks you to Shannon Murphy for sending around this link!

Usually when I am asked to give a few words to describe myself I say macroecologist or large-scale-ecologist. And I might on other days say biodiversity scientist or global change scientist. But a …

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5 months ago
QUBES

#Mathbio working together to improve medical knowledge http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-37630414

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5 months ago
Lobsters out of water: Scientists at film camp in Maine | BEACON

Interested in showing videos to students about scientists and their research? Read about the trip to Maine that Carina Baskett and Klara Scharnagl took to learn more about videography! Stay tuned as ... See more

This post is by MSU grad student Carina Baskett Carina and her fellow science communicator Klara Scharnagl making a stop at Niagara Falls on the way back

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5 months ago
Raising Nemo: Parental care in the clown anemonefish | Data Nuggets

Check out our newest Data Nugget on parental care in clown anemone fish, and learn how tradeoffs can be dependent on environmental conditions!

Clown anemonefish caring for their eggs. The activities are as follows: Teacher Guide Student activity, Graph Type A, Level 3 Student activity,

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6 months ago
Lobsters out of water: Scientists at film camp in Maine | BEACON

Why do plants make drugs? Might seem obvious to us scientists, but its not to everyone! That's why we need engaging science education! and Data Nuggets with videos!

This post is by MSU grad student Carina Baskett Carina and her fellow science communicator Klara Scharnagl making a stop at Niagara Falls on the way back

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6 months ago
Collaborations with K-12 teachers first inspired Data Nuggets, and continue to today | BEACON

Check out our latest BEACON blog post and hear about our history of collaborating with K-12 teachers, and how they continue to strengthen Data Nuggets today!

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6 months ago
Collaborations with K-12 teachers first inspired Data Nuggets, and continue to today | BEACON

Ever wondered the history of Data Nuggets? They're K-12 education material written by scientists using real data!
#DataNuggets #DataNugget Data Nuggets

This post is by MSU postdocs Melissa Kjelvik and Liz Schultheis Liz modeling the process of science within a Data Nugget. Back when we were biology

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6 months ago
Fortress of Tedium: What I Learned as a Substitute Teacher.

"...it’s easier to test kids on whether they can temporarily define a set of terms than it is to talk to them and find out whether they have learned anything real and thrilling about what’s out ... See more

A novelist’s education in the classroom.

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6 months ago
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A fantastic short overview of Natural Selection Theory by our friend and colleage, David Knuffke. I'll provide this link to my students as a review at the end of our formal unit on Evolutionary ... See more

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