Monthly Archives: August 2013

Plagued by graphing mistaks

I was excited to find the following graphs in a WHO report on global surveillance of potential epidemic infectious diseases because in the plague chapter is this awesome chart that I plan to have students grapple with (What can you … Continue reading

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Oh how little difference there is between the bad habits of a student and those of a teacher sometimes! ¬†For an upcoming AAAS conference on science education this week I am finally getting around to reading the research papers sent … Continue reading

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