By Dhiego Cunha da Silva Unlike North or South American countries, such as Argentina, the “Paleontology culture” in Brazil it is in its developmental process. We do not have many Natural Museums around the country and because of it expositions about Paleontology are poor. Almost all museums or research institutions belong to the government and funding Read more about Teaching Paleontology to Primary Students in Brazil[…]
Topics Covered: Accessibility and advocacy for students with disabilities; Scientific writing and the challenges of teaching how science really “works”; Reaching different age groups, including the indomitable 3-5-year-olds; Digital technology and its ability to make science accessible, as long as there is internet (what to do if there isn’t? how do we reach students in Read more about Round Table Discussion 11 April 2018[…]
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