Hello world!

 Posted by DrJeff on May 14th, 2009

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Blog Launch: Tuesday, May 19, 2009

-Dr. Jeff


Wait! Before you leave, read About this Blog and explore a few of the Resource Pages in the right column. While Blog posts begin on Tuesday May 19, the library of Resource Pages is now finished and the pages are calling out ‘read me’.


On the Resource Pages you’ll find powerful essays on, e.g., the nature of our existence in the greater universe, the art of teaching, and our heritage as a species of explorers through stories from the National Air and Space Museum—the most visited museum on the planet. You’ll also find moving quotes on science, science education, human exploration, and learning. And on the Cool Resouces pages, I’ve suggested how teachers can put these essays to work with their students, and how parents can do the same with their own children. (FYI—my favorite page is the Nature of Our Existence, but The Power of Models is a close second.)


If you like what you see, think about subscribing for e-mail notification of new posts—even register with your own account! You’re also invited to become a fan on the Blog’s Twitter or Facebook page to hear about Posts I’m working on, and to suggest new posts to me and the fans. I’ll be reading along!


And please share this Blog with teachers and parents you know! We want this Blog to make a difference in children’s lives—how they view their world and themselves—and to provide powerful tools in science education for both teacher and parent.


Dr. Jeff (again)

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2 Responses to “Hello world!”

  1. Fran Says:
    May 26th, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    Thanks for making this blog! I am interested to see where it takes me!

  2. Donna James Says:
    May 28th, 2009 at 3:57 pm

    I am really going to enjoy this site. Lots of cool info and love the conversations with your son, Jordi.