Skepchick Sundaylies: Scottish Art, Student Privacy, Dating with Kids, and the Intersection of Racism and Ableism
The Physics Philes, lesson 115: The Doppler Shift
Mindy learns about Doppler shift at non-relativistic speeds.
Making a Book
Celia and Treelobsters make a book and show you how they did it!
As Others See Us – Will Scotland Be Brave?
In honor of the Scottish independence vote, Beth shares some Scottish art.
An Unfortunate Phrase
Elsa writes about using queer lived experiences as teachable moments.
College Teachers: Always the Bridesmaid
In response to some friendly internet rivalry between elementary and high school teachers, Jennifer wonders how college teachers fit in.
Student Privacy In Public Schools
A Missouri student was suspended for writing about drugs in her diary. Jodee wonders if public school students have privacy rights.
Dealing With Your Child’s Sleep Issues
Jay talks about a time when his autistic son was going through sleep issues, which coincided with the time he was dealing with a rude upstairs neighbor. (Anyone in an apartment can relate to that part!)
Taking Out the Trash: How I Managed to Date with Three Kids
Katie had three kids in the first four years of her marriage, and then she got divorced. Trying to find a decent person to go on a date with is tough enough, but especially when you have children! Read this if you are looking for some laughs.
Why Vaccines Should Be Mandatory (Hint: Food Babe, Mercola, & Google U)
Kavin makes the case that maybe we should making vaccines mandatory (unless there is a valid medical reason that a child is not getting a vaccine).
Kanye West and Fake Disability Activists
Sarah discusses the intersection of racism and ableism in regards to the recent Kanye controversy.
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