Skepchick Sundaylies: Suggestive Logos, Un-Christian Christians, Mom’s Purse, and the Medical Model of Disability
Sunday Funny: Chaos (via xkcd)
The Physics Philes, lesson 107: The Subjective Side of Physics
Mindy explores the physics of sound.
DBT Skills: The Benefits of Mindfulness
Olivia explains the practical benefits of practicing mindfulness.
The Birds and the Airbnbs
Beth discusses the controversy behind the new Airbnb logo.
Five Great Novelty Education Songs for When You’re Done With Word Crimes
If learning and music are your thing, these songs are for you!
Knowledge Dissemination: Is the Old New Again?
Dan thinks Renaissance-style pedagogical dialogues might be the way of the future.
The Great Didactic: All the Young of Both Sexes Should be Sent to School
Jennifer has had it with Comenius. For serious.
Is it Okay to Dance with the Devil for a Good Cause–Like Funding your Grad Students?
Peter wonders where we should draw the line in accepting research funding, knowing that it can make or break students’ finances.
KICK THOSE IMMIGRANTS OUT!
Tori takes the Christian Right to task for their un-Christian attitudes.
The Time Traveller’s Guide for Parents #2: Do NOT Swaddle Your Infant
Cerys goes into the history of swaddling and baby clothes, in this excellently-sourced piece.
Celebrity Update: What’s in Mom’s Purse?
Katie dumps out her purse and lists the contents, in the style of Us Magazine.
Why the Medical Model of Disability is Harmful
“The fact is, many disabled people feel more disabled by the attitudes and physical barriers built by non-disabled society, than the symptoms caused by their conditions.”
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