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Teaching evolution in a climate of science denial, Part 2

What challenges do biology teachers face from creationists? How do you respond to students asking the "10 questions"? What are the different flavors of creationist belief? NCSE programs and policy director Steve Newton explores this and other issues before an audience of high school teachers from across the country. Where: UC Berkeley. When: 8/5/2011

TAGGED: EDUCATION, EVOLUTION


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