- Click on any of the scientists below and reach out to them on Twitter. As you can see they are willing to reach out to students. I am moved by their willingness to contribute and tweet for the poster session at ISTE13.
- — Meg Schwamb (@megschwamb)Mon, Jun 24 2013 18:52:06
- — Andy Rivkin (@asrivkin)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:01:12
- — Angela Alexander (@thecancergeek)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:04:19
- — NSBP (@BlackPhysicists)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:05:56
- — Janet D. Stemwedel (@docfreeride)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:06:28
- — The Bug Chicks (@TheBugChicks)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:06:44
- — Janet D. Stemwedel (@docfreeride)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:08:12Students in cloning #scistuchat had interesting questions/insights abt where technical issues bumped into ethical ones (can we vs ought we)
- — Bug G. Membracid (@bug_girl)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:09:54Talking about evolution and insects with HS kids and teachers = awesomeness. And a chance to clear up some misconceptions #scistuchat
- — Bug G. Membracid (@bug_girl)Mon, Jun 24 2013 19:10:53There are so many excited student questions in #scistuchat it's a struggle to answer them all and keep up! (Or, I could just be old.)
Scientists (professionals) Opinion about Twitter chats with Students.
The tweets below were shared by scientists, by my request, about their experience and thoughts about the Twitter chats they have participated in with my high school students. We have had scientists from the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia. More info and archives at our site - sg.sg/scistuchat1
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