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Making Science Class The Coolest Period In School

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Making Science Class The Coolest Period In School

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Making Science Class The Coolest Period In School

Making Science Class The Coolest Period In School

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Ira Flatow and guests talk about some creative ways to make science class more fun for students and teachers, including blogging about original research, using social networks with classmates, making online video presentations and doing hands-on experiments with cockroaches.

Guests:

Harry Kroto, founder, Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering and Technology (GEOSET); founder, Vega Science Trust; winner, 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; professor of chemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fla.

Stacy Baker, high school biology teacher, Staten Island Academy, Staten Island, N.Y.

Francis Eberle, executive director, National Science Teachers Association, Arlington, Va.

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