Here’s a presentation I did on science as a tool to wonder with for the Scheller Teacher Education Program (STEP) lab lunch in April 2017. Enjoy! Tools to wonder with….
My water pitcher has been my muse again! This time it’s because I left it out on the counter and came back to find bubbles. So I wondered – what would happen to the bubbles if I put the pitcher back into the frig? Would they dissolve? Think about this for a moment…. what is… Continue reading Bubbles in water
It started last December. I put some orange wedges and cranberries into a glass pitcher of water and put it into the refrigerator for a special Christmas lunch. Their dad dropped the boys off, and when the three of us sat down to eat, something miraculous happened. My boys bypassed juice options to drink the fancy… Continue reading Swimming citrus
Generally we think of trees as passive, as silent giants at the mercy of our axes and chainsaws. I have reason to think differently, and here’s why. I’m lucky enough to live by a big 2000 acre woods near a reservoir, and I’m in there walking all the time. There are many paths for walking,… Continue reading Civil disobedience in trees
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