Monthly Archives: June 2014
The National Center for Science Education has a free excerpt of my book available at their website. Check it out and help me spread the word by sharing the link, please! Thanks.
Archived audio of my interview with radio station WGCU’s Gulf Coast Live radio show is now available for your listening pleasure. Let me know how you think I did. A new book published by the University Press of Florida entitled, … Continue reading
I’ll be on radio station WGCU’s Gulf Coast Live call-in radio show tomorrow (Wednesday, June 25) starting at about 9 a.m. I believe you can listen live online if you’re not in the listening area. The show will then be … Continue reading
Florida State University physics professor Paul Cottle has an opinion piece in today’s Tallahassee Democrat: Science education takes a downward slide. It might give some state Department of Education folks a bit of heartburn. A series of decisions at the … Continue reading
FSU physics professor Paul Cottle says: Why do I push so hard to keep students who took Algebra 1 in middle school moving through the science and engineering pipeline by taking the right math and science courses? Because I know … Continue reading
I was interviewed about Going Ape: Florida’s Battles over Evolution in the Classroom for the June edition of the journal Evolution: Education & Outreach. You can download a free PDF of the relevant pages here or click on the “view … Continue reading