Monthly Archives: July 2014

Galileo and Heliocentrism

Matthew and I recently attended the Oklahoma State Department of Education conference, Vision 2020, hoping to listen and learn from K-12 educators about how they educate. In the process we met several wonderful educators and had many exciting conversations. By the end … Continue reading

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Form a Galileo discussion group?

by Kerry Magruder Want a painless way to learn a little more about Galileo and his world? One accessible starting point is Stillman Drake, Galileo: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford). Why not create a weekly brownbag or discussion group to … Continue reading

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OU Lynx Educator Workplace

It’s here! The OU Lynx Educator Workplace is now open! This will be the primary space for collecting, adapting, and creating educational resources for the University of Oklahoma’s, History of Science Special Collection’s projects. We are looking forward to collaborating with you, and … Continue reading

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