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Chryle Elieff
Enthusiastic College Psychology Instructor
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Another great one for those who teach writing!

Correct comma placement is crucial to getting your meaning across ;-)

Thanks to +Laura Gibbs for sharing this!

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Too funny not to share for those who teaching writing!

My kind of island, so thanks to +Laura Gibbs for posting this!
mwahahaha I am absolutely adding this to the spelling files: yummmm! :-)
thanks to +Marisa Arjones for this one
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+Joanne Manaster's ABCs of science communication-- definitely worth a read!
I wrote a post for the +National Science Teachers Association blog about science communication.

There are so many other terms I could have chosen to highlight, so for any I didn't address, feel free to add some below in the comments.

"Science communication is a broad and many-faceted field with unique terminology and methods. Science educator Joanne Manaster breaks down the ABCs of science communication in this can't miss NSTA blog post."
#scicommABC

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Such a moving, powerful story. I'm so impressed by the love and courage of the younger woman as she advocates for her sister.

As the parent of an only child who has special needs that will limit his independence, I often think about the issues raised in this blog post.

Thanks to +Mz Maau for posting this.
So here's a thing, about "E is for Edna". It's a long read, but worth it, I think.

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This is interesting!

I used to volunteer for the art teacher of a public school. She was a delightful, passionate teacher who earned a Fulbright one summer and used it to explore some famous art and architectural sites abroad. Upon her return, she told me about this theft that happened to her and someone explaining that she needed to make a "trade" with the little thief!

Thanks to +John Hummel for sharing the post and for the philosophical interpretation of the findings :-)

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Congratulations to all of the recent college students who are graduating!

This was neat to see this morning at the University of Minnesota CLA graduation ceremony. I was one of the faculty on stage and could see the envelop on the podium a split second before Bamford let on about what she was doing ... and was thinking, "is she about to very generously reduce the debt of a graduating student ?!?"
https://twitter.com/mariabamfoo/status/863811377135276034?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet

Bamford gave a witty speech about resiliency, by the way.

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For my research methods students

Thanks to +Chad Haney for posting this.

Reliable Science News
Where are you getting your science news? The analysis summarized by Nature.com paints a sad picture for what I'll call general science news. Of course many of us get news specific to our fields via specialized journals, conferences, and colleagues. For the general audience, scientists and science enthusiasts, there are some poor choices out there.

I think it's great they didn't mention IFLS, which is on par with Food Babe. I am curious why Mosaic wasn't mentioned.
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