A group of educational researchers at Florida State University are drawing widespread attention after their paper measuring the superior results of a more “student-centered” approach to teaching science was published in the pre-eminent journal Science. …
“By many measures, the United States is not making much, if any, progress in science and math learning,” said Granger, who is director of Florida State’s Office of Science Teaching Activities and co-director of FSU-Teach.
– This is sad and deeply frustrating. This person is a science teacher?! Really? At least he’s not in Florida (I hope!) Global Warming Debate: I am a Science Teacher Who Teaches Both Sides of the Issue.
The students are too smart to believe the nonsense that their uncle was a monkey swinging from the trees, he lived on green bananas, and his arms swung to his knees. While some of them did not realize until I informed them that evolutionists say we came from apes, it is good to know that the shoving of evolution down the throats of school-aged children has not worked after all; at least not in my public school district.