To facilitate the broad conversations, involving scientists and non-scientists as well as academics and non-academics, which are essential to continuing explorations of:

• the natural world and humanity's place in it
• the nature of education

the generation, synthesis, and evaluation of information

• technology and its potentials

• the relationships among forms of creativity and understanding

New Discussion Groups
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Xinformatics Working Group - a new discussion group composed of faculty, students, and staff interested in combining computation with other disciplines.

Stories of Teaching and Learning: A Conversation: - a new discussion group

Explorations of Teaching: What, Why, How, and Who

The Universe Bar

Faculty News & Publications

Singapore/Science Connection - Al Albano's experiences this fall semester teaching at Singapore Management University in Singapore.

Susan White in Togo - Summer, 2005 - Susan White's experience returning to Togo.

Journal of Research Practice, a new international, interdisciplinary journal.

Serendip web site

[move to separate archive page of yearly accomplishments -- Paul?]

Education and Technology: 1994-2004

Theory and Practice of Extra-Classroom Teaching: A Handbook

K-16 Initiatives

Summer Institutes for K-12 Teachers

Minisymposium on K16 Collaborations

K-16 Collaborations in Science and Mathematics Education, a new bicollege program

Undergraduate Opportunities

New undergraduate internship opportunities supported by HHMI, including Science in Society Undergraduate Fellowships
General Initiatives

Science As Story Telling in Action

Site Map - move?

Director: Paul Grobstein - | Faculty Steering Committee | Secretary: Selene Platt -
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